Sonali Lappin is a political consultant working in and around Massachusetts state politics and a graduate of Mount Holyoke College, where she studied Comparative Political Science. Beginning her career as a Legislative Aide focusing on Health Care policy, Lappin continued on to work in every branch of State Government, including the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the former Patrick-Murray Administration.
After working as an Aide to Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick, Lappin served as the Director of Constituent Services and Communications for State Senator Barry Finegold. She continued her work in political communications as Finegold’s campaign Press Secretary during his 2014 run for State Treasurer and then went on to work on the 2014 Martha Coakley Campaign for Governor helping organize Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities.
As the President of the Indian American Forum for Political, Lappin has worked to foster IAFPE’s flagship political fellowship program which expands opportunities for Indian American youth to get involved in the political process. Lappin is a trained classical Indian dancer, studying for 25 years under Neena Gulati at Triveni School of Dance. She completed her Arangetram (2007) and is a certified instructor using weekends to teach beginner and intermediate dance classes.
SPARK Boston + GA Boston Present: Switching Gears / Changing Careers
Join SPARK Boston for a discussion to help answer the millennial's burning question: What’s the best way to explore potential careers or career paths?