Diana Datta is a Programme Associate (IMWBES) with Wetlands International South Asia.
Diana has completed her B.Sc. in Environmental Science from Vivekananda College, University of Calcutta and pursued her M.Sc. in Environmental Studies and Resource Management from TERI School of Advanced Studies. Her research interest lies in the area of hydrology, impact assessment, wetland restoration and wastewater treatment.
She previously interned with Berger Paints India Ltd. where she worked on a project to assess the wastewater treatment technologies and concept of zero liquid discharge, and with National Water Mission where she got the exposure on the functioning of government organisations and worked on a study to understand the climate change impact on hydrological condition of Nainital using SWAT analysis.