A technologist and feminist based in San Francisco, USA, Preeyanka is currently working as a product manager at Google. Previously, she spent two years as a fellow and staff member with Indicorps, an India based nonprofit that connects young Indian professionals with grassroots organizations to work on community centered projects. As a fellow at Adharshila Learning Centre, a school for tribal children in Madhya Pradesh, India, she worked on literacy, creativity and natural resource awareness projects at both the school and surrounding village. As a staff member, she was a mentor to 4 women fellows across Western India and led the redesign of the new Indicorps website. Preeyanka enjoys creating spaces for dialogue and creativity and co-founded Subcontinental Drift Boston, an open-mic night for people with ties to the South Asia. She is also an active member of the women technologists community and serves with organizations trying to increase the presence of underrepresented communities within the tech sector. She has a Master’s and Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering. She loves to cook, understand the stories behind culinary traditions and she is currently learning to play the piano.