An interdisciplinary, ambidextrous marketing strategist by the day; urban explorer with a deep penchant for design, architecture, art and cultural studies at all other times. 

Before Sanya found her way into the world of communications, she spent fortunate amounts of her student life at Northeastern University, gallivanting across three different continents. From producing a documentary film on the Indian minority population in London, to globalization and foreign policy study at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, thereafter researching nuclear disarmament at the United Nations in Geneva. Most recently, Sanya secured a Master's in Integrated Marketing from New York University.

In a short time, she has had the privilege of working with a wide spectrum of leading global brands: New Balance, J.P. Morgan Private Bank, Motorola, Chanel, Samsung Global, Xerox and more. Spanning iconic and innovative agencies such as VML/Young & Rubicam, R/GA, Leo Burnett Worldwide.

When she's in-between assignments or her next cross-continent move, you can find her scouring the internetscape for news around: international politics, high fashion, contemporary typography, consumer journey maps, classical Indian music and technology. 

Sanya is currently based in New York, and shortly London. She excitedly recounts her travel journeys through a carefully curated Instagram.