Sanjana Khan, (she/they) has also worked as a stylist, bartender, server, and doula and has been in the nonprofit sector for over 10 years. She co-founded Laal in 2018. She has worked in clinical research, cooperative development, program development, and data analysis at an array of international and locally-based organizations including FIVDB in Sylhet, Bangladesh; Rahab’s Sisters in Portland, Oregon; Sapna NYC and Green Worker Cooperatives in the Bronx, NYC; and BRAC in Bangladesh. She worked closely with The Cuban Ministry of Economics and The University of Havana when she was the Cooperative Developer at GWC, where she collaborated in creating the process of transition from government-owned businesses to worker cooperatives. Sanjana holds a Bachelor of Arts in Feminism from The Evergreen State College, a Post Baccalaureate in Business Development from the University of Vermont, and a Master in Public Policy and Administration from Baruch College, City University of New York.