Eesha Pandit is co-founder of CAIP, where she brings over a decade of thought leadership and strategic communications around progressive policy. She has led policy, program, and communications work in innovative and groundbreaking ways that have fundamentally shaped national and international movements for human rights, reproductive justice, and violence against women. Eesha brings expertise and experience in hard policy analysis and the organizing and coalition-building required effect policy change. As a consultant, Eesha has worked with the National Resource Center for Domestic Violence, Provide, Women with a Vision, The International Rescue Committee, The Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence, and The Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program. Eesha is proud founding member of the Crunk Feminist Collective, a blog and online community that serves as a space of discussion, support and camaraderie for hip hop generation feminists of color. She recently served as Co-President of the board of the National Network of Abortion Funds. She is a queer, South Asian immigrant, based in Houston, Texas, and brings her expertise as a creative strategist, respected thinker, writer and social media influencer to work for CAIP’s partners.