Komal Sahi graduated from Brooklyn Law School where she earned her JD. She also has a MA in Media, Culture, and Communication and a BA in Anthropology with a minor in South Asian Studies from New York University. In her academic journey, Komal focused on South Asian cultures and history as well as social justice causes. Komal is also the vice-president of Umeed-Hope, a non-profit organization to serve the South Asian community in Indiana. Serving and advocating for those who need it is something Komal has always been passionate about.
Born in Canada, she moved to Indiana with her family in 2002. Being the daughter of immigrants, and an immigrant herself and undocumented for many years, she understands the stress and struggle of the immigration system and hopes to be able to help folks like her navigate it.
After having spent close to a decade in New York City, Komal now lives in Indianapolis with her family. When she is not working, Komal enjoys cooking, travelling the world, and spending time with her friends and family.
She is fluent in English and Punjabi and conversational in Hindi and Urdu.