She supports local and central government, VCSEs and enterprises to radically transform services, and develop innovative solutions for social problems. She is an experienced project manager, recently leading an adult skills review for a local authority in London, and research with a major UK bank determining how lenders could help improve the private rented sector.
She is currently working as a learning partner on DLUHC’s Changing Futures programme where she supports 15 areas in the UK deliver systems change for people experiencing multiple disadvantages including homelessness, substance misuse, domestic abuse, contact with the criminal justice system and mental ill health.
Prior to working at Social Finance, Ankita spent three years as a strategy consultant at EY-Parthenon, where she conducted over 20 strategy and due diligence projects on behalf of funds, academic institutions and corporates.
Outside of work, Ankita is a published poet and performer, committed to broadening access to the arts for people from under-represented and diaspora background