Dyuti Pandya is a law major from India. Her main areas of interest and study are public policy, international relations, and security analysis. Entering law school, her interests were shaped in international affairs majorly, most specifically in understanding the scenario of Asia and the USA. She plans to continue her study in this field of academia and research in the near future. She currently serves as the academics coordinator for Students for Liberty South Asia, wherein she actively likes to engage others in creating an open and civil discourse of thoughts and ideas. In May 2020, she started her own Mumbai chapter for the Ladies of Liberty Alliance for advocating and upholding a libertarian mindset among women of all ages. In August 2020, she was selected as the Indian Policy fellow at Consumer Choice Center. In the fall of 2020, she also worked on the Ghost Gear Project, created for the Census Open Innovation Lab's Opportunity Project University Sprint as part of the Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics' STEAM program. For Spring 2021, she was the research intern and the project lead for the India team at Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program, Upenn. In her free time, she likes to read and study different cultures.