Arundati is a public health professional with more than 15 years experience. Arundati currently works with WaterAid India, and leads the organization's work on integration of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) into allied sectors of health, nutrition and education and on hygiene behaviour change. She is a passionate advocate of hygiene, and her work on this issue lies at the intersection of programs, evidence generation and policy advocacy. Her work seeks to inform policy and program directions at a national and sub-national levels, and with a range of non-Government stakeholders. She is a strong proponent of collaboration, cross learning and joint advocacy. Arundati has a Masters in Medical and Psychiatric Social Work and a Doctorate in Public Health.