Satish Kumar is a Fulbright-Nehru Visiting Doctoral Fellow at TCI. He is a PhD student in public policy at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. Satish’s PhD projects examine agriculture-nutrition linkages via agricultural diversification in semi-arid climates. His research interests span a wide range, including agriculture-nutrition linkages, sustainable agriculture, peri-urban agriculture, and rural development. Before joining TCI, Satish pursued a Commonwealth split-site doctoral scholarship at the University of Cambridge. He holds an MPhil degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, specializing in planning and development. He earned his master’s degree from the Centre of Studies of Regional Development at Jawaharlal Nehru University and completed his undergraduate studies at Kirori Mal College at the University of Delhi. With a decade of experience, Satish has actively contributed to various agricultural, rural development, and peri-urban agriculture projects. Notably, he played a crucial role in supporting the TIGR2ESS project in India, showcasing his commitment to addressing critical issues in the agricultural landscape.