Mili started her professional career in 2011 as a consultant with the Urban Utilities and Governance division of PricewaterhouseCoopers in India. In her three years at PwC, she served clients including ADB, JICA, DFID, IFC and the World Bank. Her assignments included providing technical assistance to government departments, evaluation of donor funded programs, and strategic advising on sector challenges such as municipal finance, private sector participation, and service delivery to the poor. In 2014, she joined the World Bank’s global water practice. Over the next two and half years, she contributed to the design and implementation of loans for water supply and sanitation, water security and urban development in India, Sri Lanka and Ethiopia. She also undertook research projects on the economics of water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). Notable among them was the estimation of the global costs of achieving the SDG targets on WASH. Undertaken in collaboration with UNICEF and WHO, the study was published by the World Bank in January 2016 and informs donor dialogue on financing the targets. This past summer, Mili went back to the World Bank as a specialist consultant on water operations in South Asia. Mili is a budding tango dancer and serves as the president of the Princeton Tango Club. She also enjoys reading humor and mystery, and sketching cartoons.