Shreya Singh Hernández (she/her) is Aspen Digital’s Research Manager for the Tech Accountability Coalition and works at the intersection of tech, policy, and justice for underrepresented communities. In this role, Shreya partners with leaders and academics in the digital technology sector to standardize diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) data collection, provides expert support from employee engagement to product impact, amplifies best practices, and helps hold the tech industry as a whole accountable.
Shreya Singh Hernández is a data-driven strategist focused on social impact with over 8 years of cross-industry experience. Her career has taken her from the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, to Edelman Intelligence, and most recently Planned Parenthood Federation of America where she used data and technology to make community engagement, public policy, and advocacy programs more equitable, effective, and efficient. Shreya has independently trained and spoken at over 20 organizations and conferences on employing data and tech equity in organizing and community engagement. Shreya has always believed that data contains the lived experiences of diverse communities that deserve to be represented accurately and equitably to inform impactful decisions across every sector.
In addition to her career in progressive technology, Shreya is a strong champion for menstrual justice as the founder of Periods for the People, inc. where she has distributed free period products to cover close to 200K periods worldwide while saving 4K lbs of menstrual textile and plastic waste from entering the waste cycle through her work with sustainable products. Shreya is a 1.5 generation Indian immigrant raised in Marietta, GA and is a proud graduate of the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs.