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Sashwatha Sridhar was born and raised in Hyderabad, India, where she wrote her first 14 x 48 feet billboard ad overlooking a city of 6.8 million people. Sridhar graduated from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences and has been a copywriter on big accounts such as the iconic Taj Mahal Hotel Group of Hyderabad. Her ads have been published in the The Hindu, a widely circulated English-language newspaper in India.
Sashwatha has worked as a research intern for the Foundation for Democratic Reforms, a communications intern in Magic Bus India Foundation, and social media intern for ALX Creatives. From preparing case studies on the child protection policy to planning content calendars for a jewelry brand, Sridhar brings a very diverse experience to the College of Communication.
Sashwatha is currently pursuing a master’s in public relations and advertising at DePaul University, where she also acts as graduate assistant for the program. Sridhar has to her credit two award-winning advertising campaigns and one public relations campaign in PRAD graduate courses. Ask her about the multilayered tearable doormat idea or any questions that you may have.