Akhil studies spatial inequality in the context of both political and economic divides. He has worked on policy for campaigns at the local, Senate, and presidential levels, and was a fellow of the Kerry Initiative at Yale. He is currently a Confidential Assistant to the Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture, in the Biden-Harris administration.
“The Marshall Aid Scholarships are awarded each year to high-achieving American students to pursue post-graduate studies at any university in the UK in any field. It is named for former U.S. Secretary of State George C. Marshall. The scholarship program began in 1953 as a gesture of gratitude to the American people for the assistance offered to the U.K. after World War II under the Marshall Plan.”