Lilianna is excited to work with Dimagi on the implementation of the national-scale ICDS project in India. Lilianna recently completed a Fulbright-Nehru research grant in India where she studied the extent to which technology can assist Anganwadi Workers with the analysis of growth monitoring data. Prior to her Fulbright research grant Lilianna worked at Dimagi on national-level maternal and child health projects in Myanmar and India. Before joining Dimagi she also served as an American India Foundation Clinton Fellow at the technology startup SocialCops in New Delhi where she worked as a member of the Data Team. Lilianna received her BA in International Development Studies from Grinnell College and is functionally fluent in Hindi.