Radhika leads NLADA’s civil legal services division, working with civil legal aid providers across the country. She represents the civil legal aid community in advocacy and education efforts in national conversations focused both on civil legal aid's substantive work and increasing resources to support legal assistance.
She has served on the Legal Services Corporation’s Opioid Task Force, and currently serves on the advisory board for LSC’s Evictions Study and the subcommittee for the American Bar Association Task Force on Legal Needs Arising out of the 2020 Pandemic.
Radhika also leads NLADA's Project to Advance Civil Legal Aid Collaborations, advocating for federal policies to integrate civil legal aid into cross-sector collaborations that serve low-income and vulnerable populations and advance federal objectives. She previously worked in engagement and advocacy at Equal Justice Works and as a staff attorney at the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, focusing on constitutional and civil rights litigation and advocacy.
Radhika received her B.A. from American University and her J.D. from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles.