Priyanka elicits human insights in varied contexts to expand organizational knowledge of their stakeholders and audiences at 3×3. Her work focuses on research and redevelopment in low-income communities, local economic and international development, spatial experience design, and cultural programming. She has worked in various global settings including New York City, New Delhi, Rio de Janeiro, and Istanbul. She is a member of the Urban Design Forum and was invited to be part of the community engagement working group for the 21 Visions for 2021 initiative, a bold environment agenda for New York City’s next leadership. Priyanka has visited and taught at several institutions including Parsons School of Design, The New School, Columbia University, Ansal University, and Asian University for Women. She has spoken at the Kyoorius Designyatra, Hindsight Conference, and Reinventing Dharavi conference. Priyanka wrote on innovative and scalable working solutions for Delhi’s urban poverty for URB.im, a Dallant Networks and Ford Foundation project. She holds an MS in urban planning from Columbia University where she won the Kinne Grant for research, and she holds a BArch from the Sushant School of Art and Architecture.