Isvari Mohan, a singer, Global Law Scholar, and author of the war drama, The Eyes of Mikra, is a law school student at Georgetown Law, where she is a member of the Global Law Scholars Program and a Peer Advisor. She is, as she puts it, “super-interested” in National Security and Cyber Security Law. During the summer of her first year, Isvari worked for the general counsel of Ingenico in Brussels in Data Privacy and Cyber Security.
In 2014 Isvari received her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of California at Berkeley. While there she worked at a think-tank in India, received several scholarships, and met some really great people. She also used to be in physics and math.
Her background includes research in mathematics, astronomy, astrophysics, and particle physics, in addition to having worked at Fermilab, CERN, and LBL. Isvari programs software, have read Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein for fun, enjoy Marvel Comics, and has “terrible eye-sight”, probably related.
Besides being employed as a columnist at the Washington Times, Isvari loves traveling and learning languages. When she has time for fun, writing, music, art, ice-skating, cooking, and hanging out with my sister and her absolutely adorable dog.
Find her book at: http://j.mp/1ZZsJRN and her Washington Times column at: http://j.mp/1SOS8yn