Apala has completed her Masters in history from Kamla Nehru College of Delhi University. She is passionate about Gender and Intellectual History. She believes that the only way forward is to put things in perspective through the lens of intersectionality, acknowledge one’s privilege and pass the mic.
Ms. Apala comes with an acute sense of observation and an eye for detail. She finds uniqueness in the mundane and everydayness of life experiences.
She has worked as a Research assistant in Reachout Foundation where she documented Stories of Inclusion when the pandemic started.
She has assisted Ms.Vibha for Project Identifying Identity which was run in two different organizations- Thoughts to Action, Jorhat, Assam, India and Ad Lucem Fondation, Poland.
She has also contributed as a content creator for WNCB ICCO, where she advanced in creating reports of the Meri Pehchan workshops.