Huma is a co-founder of Odetta. She also works at ideas42 where she applies her extensive experience in designing scalable solutions using behavioral science. Huma focuses on analyzing economic behavior and decision-making and finding the right solutions for empowering women. Deeply passionate about viewing social development through a gender lens, she has published book chapters and discussion papers measuring and quantifying women’s empowerment and parity in intra-household decision-making. Huma holds a Masters in Public Administration and International Development degree from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and a Bachelors degree from Sewanee, University of the South. She has a wide range of experiences from working in private, public, and non-profit sector and has worked in a number of different thematic areas including gender disparity, financial services, health policy, education, and social development. In her free time, she advises a local nonprofit organization in DC.