Kriti Sharma is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Georgetown Center on National Security. She works on researching and reporting social media regulations in India. An Indian-trained lawyer, Kriti holds a Bachelors in Law from Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University. She has pursued a Dual Masters in International Affairs and Law at Sciences Po and Georgetown University Law Center in 2020-2022. Her specializations are in Human Rights Law and Humanitarian Action, International Law and Global Health Law. Kriti is presently awaiting enrollment in the New York State Bar to realize her dream to work as a human rights lawyer in the United States.
Before pursuing her Masters, Kriti worked at the intersection of law and public policy in India at Center for Policy Research and Vidhi Center for Legal Policy. At Georgetown, she worked as a Research Assistant with TrustAfrica and the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality. It is through her interest in economic, social and cultural rights she understands the intersectionality of all human rights, especially health post-pandemic in a rapidly evolving, technologically advanced world. She aspires to bring her passion for the progressive realization of economic, social and cultural rights to her work at the Center in investigating and recommending solutions to the issues of social media governance in India and other developing economies.