Anjali's efforts at the Bank focus on increasing the quality of jobs for low-income individuals by engaging policymakers, researchers, businesses, financial intermediaries and community groups. From 2017-2018, she participated in the Aspen Institute Job Quality Fellowship, which provided her with the opportunity to work with leaders from a variety of sectors across the country committed to improving the quality of jobs in their communities.
Prior to joining the Boston Fed in 2017, Anjali was the policy director and counsel for the Massachusetts Senate Chair of the Committee on Labor and Workforce Development. In this capacity, she worked on legislation relating to the minimum wage, unemployment insurance benefits, domestic workers' rights, earned sick time, worker safety, wage theft, pay equity, non-compete clauses, and paid family and medical leave. Earlier in her career, she represented Fortune 500 companies and small businesses in complex commercial litigation and defended individuals in criminal proceedings. Anjali received a law degree from Harvard Law School and a bachelor's degree from Stanford University.