Tanvi is a first generation Indian American who was born and raised in Maryland. She pursued bachelor's degrees in psychology and sociology and a master's degree in international relations at Boston University. During her time in Boston, Tanvi also extensively researched, presented, and published on cross-cultural perspectives of peace and governmental aggression.
Tanvi attended law school at American University's Washington College of Law, where she focused on public international law. During law school, Tanvi participated in the American University Law Review, the UNROW Human Rights Impact Litigation Clinic, the United Nations Convention Against Torture Project, and the International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition. During her last year in law school, Tanvi clerked for several committees of the United States Senate.
After graduating from law school, Tanvi moved to New York where she worked as a staff attorney at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart and Sullivan and then as an agency attorney for New York City's Department of Education. She recently moved to the Bay Area and is excited to join the immigration and asylum team at the Law Office of Robert B. Jobe. In her personal time, Tanvi is an avid animal lover, an amateur photographer, and globetrotter.