Sree Sinha

Denver, CO

Sree Sinha is a doctoral student at the University of Denver, pursuing a PhD in Counseling Psychology focused on intimate relationships and intersectional identities. She previously worked in community mental health, serving a chronically homeless population in Washington, DC. Sree co-founded the South Asian Sexual Health Alliance as well as Sex Week at Maryland. Her passions also include advocacy and awareness around sustainability, and particularly the intersections between personal and environmental ecologies. She was recognized for her leadership and involvement with the 2015 Wilson H. Elkins Citizenship Award as well as the Martin A. Taylor Award for Distinguished Service. In addition to her academic pursuits, Sree is a Company Dancer with Mayur, and has trained for over two decades in the classical Indian dance style of Odissi. Sree also has extensive training in the style of Kuchipudi, and has performed classical and folk dances in India, Singapore, at the Kennedy Center, and at the Smithsonian Institute.

2012 and 2014 Intern and Participant

2016 and 2018 Participant