Natalya is an undergraduate at Princeton (class of 2019) from Karachi, Pakistan. She is concentrating in the Politics department with certificates in Quantitative & Analytical Political Science, Statistics & Machine Learning, Political Economy, and Humanistic Studies. Natalya is involved with the Princeton Perspective Project and the Bobst Center for Peace and Justice on campus. She is also an R Programming and Quantitative Social Science tutor to undergraduate students. Her research interests include political behavior, the comparative political economy of development, and state capacity, with regional focus on South Asia.