Hi! I'm Shaleila

👋🏽 Hi! I'm Shaleila.

I'm a Product Manager at The Atlantic. I'm from Mumbai and Singapore, but currently live in Washington, D.C. I'm a creative at heart and love to design, create, and optimize. Design thinking, people-centric strategy, and the clever use of digital media fascinate me.

I recently graduated from Northwestern University, where I studied Learning and Organizational Change, Psychology, and Integrated Marketing Communications. I worked with and IBM Watson for Education to help develop a cognitive tutor to benefit students through the power of AI, and spent my time at Northwestern building connections with Northwestern alumni with the Department of Alumni Relations and Development. Last summer, I had a fabulous time interning with the Sales and Marketing teams at the BORN Group in NYC. I also make music in my free time, and try to keep up with the latest in cinema. Talk to me about soccer, pop culture, or John Mulaney's comedy!

Find Me Across the Web

My interests and involvement can be best expressed through my presence online, so explore below!

Ariana project

The Atlantic Crossword, which I managed and launched

Pill Pal, an Alexa skill for birth control education. Available now on the Alexa Skills store!

A Google AMP story about Amazon Dropshipping I built for The Atlantic

My Design Portfolio, chronicling my design works

amp story 2

alexa skill atl/briefing?

A page I built for The Atlantic on podcast listening instructions

A website I created for Sigma Alpha Iota, the music fraternity for women

Crimsen, an inclusive period-tracker app - a winning hackathon project

On the Wildcat Welcome Board of Directors where I served as Director for the School of Education and Social Policy

A review and track guide I wrote of ymusic's album "First"

A handbook for International Students at Northwestern that I co-wrote

One of the culture guides I helped put together for Scene+Heard, Northwestern's arts and culture publication

Takeaways from Evidence Based Living, a project I worked on as a research assistant

The deck from a talk I gave as a Nielsen intern on "How Brands Grow" by Byron Sharp