Imrana joined USAID/India in 2016. She has expertise in program management, partnerships, and strategy development for U.S. and international organizations addressing issues ranging from inclusive economic growth, innovation, immigrant rights, HIV, and arts and culture. She brings more than twenty years of work experience, including with Atlantic Philanthropies and Asia Society in New York. Born and raised in Corning, New York, Imrana holds a B.A. in Government from Smith College and a M.A. in International Affairs from Columbia University. She volunteers as an Alumni Admission Representative with Phillips Andover Academy. In her leisure time, she enjoys travelling, visiting museums and art galleries, and chasing pet bunnies with her daughter.