Saloni studied an undergraduate degree in Law at the University of Oxford and is currently working as a trainee lawyer in London. She has worked in the areas of Banking and Finance, Project Finance & Development and Mergers & Acquisitions. Her pro bono clients have included Amicus, Impact Investment Exchange, Liberty, the National Centre for Domestic Violence, Women of Impact and the World Bank.
Whilst completing her Masters in Business Law and Management in 2019, she worked for the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families on the roll-out of the Mental Health Services and Schools and Colleges Link programme. Prior to this, she interned under a Bombay High Court Advocate working on public interest litigation focussed on addressing Violence Against Women, amongst other areas, and volunteered in Zambia to assist with a Sexual Health and Reproductive Rights project. She has authored papers on childhood narratives and medical ethics, and contributed to research on FGM policy and comparative education. In both formal and voluntary capacities, she has held a number of pastoral responsibilities and these thread through her life as her times of greatest learning.