Roshni Udyavar Yehuda is Head of Environmental Architecture at Rachana Sansad’s Institute of Environmental Architecture based in Mumbai, India.
The institute is Academy of Architecture Mumbai’s postgraduate center, offering academic courses including a Master of Environmental Architecture recognized by the Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU), Naskhik and the Council of Architecture (COA), India.
Through the Rachana Sansad’s Institute of Environmental Architecture, she has initiated and worked on environmental and social projects including the Dahisar River Restoration Project, Sawantwadi Ecotourism development, and Restoration of Charolette Lake in Matheran.
Roshni Udyavar Yehuda is also Editor of Evergreen Rachana, the quarterly magazine of Rachana Sansad.
She studied architecture at the Lachmandas Sewaram Raheja (LSR) School of Architecture in Mumbai (1997) and the Academy of Architecture (AoA) in Mumbai (2008).
Roshni Udyavar Yehuda worked at the International Institute for Sustainable Future, a United Nations NGO DPI affiliated organization based in Mumbai and New York (1997-2003). She has lectured at universities including, the University of Vienna, Austria; New York University (NYU); the University of Hong Kong; and the Arizona State University, Flagstaff, AZ, USA, as well as presenting papers at national and international conferences.
Roshni Udyavar Yehuda was Facilitator of the Mobile Workshop “Retrofitting brownfields” at the 4th International Holcim Forum held in Mumbai in 2013.