Vaman works with BGA clients across the Asia-Pacific to help them navigate and understand the public policy and strategic communications landscape in the countries where they operate. He brings a strong background in South Asia and is responsible for ensuring that client needs are met in a comprehensive and timely manner. Based in Mumbai, India, he serves as a linchpin for engagement in Maharashtra and surrounding states.
Prior to joining BGA in its Washington, D.C. office, Vaman served as a marketing executive with the Commercial Wing of the Indian Embassy in Washington. At the embassy, he focused on U.S.-India bilateral trade issues and cultivated relationships with the South Asian business community.
Before coming to the United States, Vaman served as a policy analyst to India’s minister of state for finance. During this time, he identified investment and business opportunities in India for global executives and companies. Earlier, Vaman worked as a LAMP fellow, serving as a legislative aide to a member of Parliament on public policy issues. He is well versed with the intricacies of India’s parliamentary procedures and federal polity.
Vaman received a master’s degree from Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy in 2018. As a member of the South Asia Policy Research Institute and the Georgetown India Initiative, he organized major policy conferences and hosted South Asian dignitaries at the university. Vaman holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a post graduate degree in finance from the Institute of Charted Financial Analysts of India. He speaks Hindi, Urdu and elementary Marathi.