7 development sector professionals we met on Tinder | India Development Review
November 12, 2018

7 of your nonprofit colleagues we met on Tinder

You'll definitely swipe right on number 5.

2 min read

We in the development sector are not the easiest to date—with our unconventional work lives and inexplicable idiosyncrasies. Here are a few Tinder profiles of people in the development sector that we are very confused whether to swipe right or left on:

Fake tinder profile fieldworker India

Fake tinder profile activist

Fake Tinder profile fundraising head

Fake tinder profile intern ngo

Fake tinder profile philanthropist

Fake tinder profile programme manager

Fake tinder profile social entrepreneur

Disclaimer: These profiles are not real, but they might as well be.

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Saahil Kejriwal Profile
Saahil Kejriwal

Saahil is a programme associate at Centre for Effective Governance of Indian States (CEGIS). Previously, he was an associate at IDR, and worked as an instructional designer at NIIT Ltd before that. Saahil has completed the Young India Fellowship, a postgraduate diploma in liberal studies, from Ashoka University, and holds a BA in economics from Hansraj College, University of Delhi. He spent his early years in Guwahati, Assam.

Ayesha Marfatia Profile
Ayesha Marfatia

Ayesha Marfatia was previously an editorial associate at India Development Review. At IDR, in addition to writing, editing, and handling research-driven reports, she also supported the team with website management and digital marketing. Her work has been featured on The Wire, Scroll.in, and Quartz India. Ayesha holds a BA in Sociology and Anthropology from St Xavier’s College, Mumbai.