Rashi Tiwary is Editor, South Asia, at the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis. She focuses on enhancing the clarity of IEEFA’s reports and ensuring that their key messages are conveyed effectively to readers.
Rashi’s last role was as an editor for a risk management firm, where she worked closely with analysts and consultants to improve the quality and readability of reports for several high-profile clients. Rashi has worked at the Times of India, where she was a chief copy editor and shift head, responsible for editing stories, designing national news pages and news selection. She has also worked at major Indian dailies, such as Hindustan Times and The Hindu.
Rashi has an honours degree in English from the University of Delhi and a postgraduate diploma in print journalism from the Asian College of Journalism. She’s currently also pursuing an MA in International Relations from O P Jindal Global University, alongside work.
Outside of work, Rashi loves to go on walks, swim and train in yoga. She is fond of animals, enjoys visiting zoos, and hopes to pat a giraffe one day. Like most editors, Rashi likes reading. Some of her favourite authors include Jonny Sun, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Anita Desai and Min Jin Lee.