Tanvi created an impact assessment framework through which G(irls)20 will be able better understand their influence on the lives of the girls and women they have invested in. She assessed their strategy for previous summits since 2010 and helped them be better prepared for programs in the future.
G(irls)20 is a unique leadership program for girls and women from each G20 country, plus a representative from the European and African Unions, the MENA region, Afghanistan and Pakistan. The organization focuses on the challenges before the G20 specific to gender and women related issues along with making strategic investments in the skill sets of young women from around the world through annual G(irls)20 summits around the G20 summits. Having been a delegate in 2010 and an Advisory Board member since 2013, Tanvi took on a different, hands on role this summer, under the leadership of the founder and her mentor, Farah Mohamed. She created a framework through which the organization will be able to assess the impact of their work on the girls and women involved in the summits over the years and help them structure their model to better cater to the needs of future delegates and form a support network for alumni. She was also involved in analyzing their strategy for the past 6 summits to understand what worked and what didn't in order to be better prepared for Beijing in August 2016 and subsequent summits thereafter.