Aasit Nanavati is an epidemiologist by training and has worked across the international development sector over the past decade. In 2012, Aasit supported work on the prevention of violence against women and children in Dharavi. As a 2013-2014 Global Health Corps Fellow, Aasit led the integration of technology tools to communicate data collected via the Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) methodology to district health leaders across Uganda. He continued his career in India by leading the growth and scale of what is now India's national campaign for tuberculosis awareness in 2015.
After returning to the United States in 2017, he worked on the USAID Health Finance and Governance Project, with Abt Associates, supporting the implementation of the National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA) in Cambodia and managed the USAID Asia Bureau portfolio for the Project.
Currently, as Director of Strategic Partnerships, Aasit has led the growth and scale of DevResults, a best-in-class monitoring and evaluation software platform used by government agencies, private sector implementing partners, and non-profit organizations across the international development and humanitarian sectors.
Aasit is also an Adjunct Professor at the Elliott School for International Affairs at George Washington University where he designed and teaches a course on the intersectionality of technology in the development space.