Ankita Bharadwaj

Radio Show Host and BIPOC Employee Retention Specialist

UW Law School | Office of Human Resources

Hometown: Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Ankita is a Radio Show Host and a Lawyer who specializes in Policy, Politics, Socio-Economic Strategy and Social Movements. She is also proficient in Content Writing, Directing and Sound Producing for Podcasts and Radio Shows.

Miss Bharadwaj’s talks can also be offered in Hindi or Urdu.

Pronouns: she/they


Effects of Political Climate on Grassroots Organizing

This talk talks about various ways to Grassroots Organize and how the current politically charged climate at every level affects ways one can employ to successfully engage voters.

How to Start Your Own Podcast or a Talk Show

This talk will talk about the basics of starting your own podcast or a talk show from scratch. From creating the theme of your podcast or your talk show to its production, this talk will explore the entire process to make it accessible and easy for anyone!

Exploring Sexuality from an Indian Immigrant Woman’s Perspective

This talk will analyze how Indian millennial immigrant women like myself experience sexuality in the US and how culture, religion, socio-economic status and life traumas influence it.

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