Aashika Damodar is a social activist, entrepreneur and a consultant. She is also an artist, anthropologist and technology fanatic. She is currently working professionally as anti-human trafficking activist. She was born in United States of America. She is an American. She has an Indian descent. Information about her birth date, place, about her father and mother has not been revealed yet. From Her childhood, she always disliked the injustice, racism and gender inequality.
She is quite busy on her work as an activist. Her personal life is far more beyond than her work. There no information on media and internet about her affair, boyfriend or even if she is married or divorced. She is a social activist so salary is not her concern. Her total net worth is also unknown. She completed her M. Phil in Development Studies from University of Cambridge in UK. She also completed her Nonprofit Management Executive Certificate course from Georgetown University in 2009. She did Bachelor of Arts in Political Science & Anthropology from University of California from 2006 to 2008.
Awarded by Zimmerman Fellowship and Freedom Award
For her fight against inequality and human trafficking activity, she was awarded various award in 2008 including Society for New Communications Research: Excellence Award in Use of New Media, Freedom Award, Anne Zimmerman Templeton Fellowship, United Nations Association: Community Human Rights Award.Edit
completed her Nonprofit Management Executive Certificate co
She also completed her Nonprofit Management Executive Certificate course from Georgetown University, Washington D.C in 2009. She did Bachelor of Arts in Political Science & Anthropology from University of California, Berkeley from 2006 to 2008. She also participated on various extra curriculum activities during her studies there.Edit
completed her M Phil in Development Studies
She completed her M. Phil in Development Studies from University of Cambridge in UK. She started studying in Trinity College of University of Cambridge from 2010 and completed in 2011. She is also a Rotary Ambassadorial scholar from the university in 2011.Edit
worked as Acting Online Community Manager
She worked as acting online community manager for Amnesty International during first six months of 2012. Her major duties includes liaison for campaigns and engagement media teams. Responsibilities include: composing action alert emails to our hundreds of thousands of online supporters, designing online mobilization.Edit
work as Consular Services Advisor
She started working as Consular Services Advisor in Berrry Appleman and Leiden LLP from may 2015. Her major duties includes Negotiate and liaise with Embassies/Consulates, clients, and stakeholders. Strategize, assemble, and submit visa application packages to foreign consulates in the U.S. and Canada.Edit