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Meghna Mohandas is currently pursuing her postgraduate degree in the MSc. City Design and Social Science program at LSE. She holds an undergraduate degree in architecture from the School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal, India. She has previously worked with two non-profit organizations (SELCO Foundation and the Indian Housing Federation) in India where she worked on developing housing solutions for low-income communities. Meghna won the third prize in the Berkeley Essay Writing Competition (by University of Berkeley, California) 2015 for her article “Vermillion of Hope”, and has worked as a contributing author for Vowels India magazine where she wrote about the intersection of architecture and informality. She has also attended various courses on architecture and planning, including a short-term program on Urban Planning at Aalto University, Finland. She is currently working as a part-time Research Assistant on the “Experiencing Density” project at LSE Cities.
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