Yash Srivastava is a trained architect and researcher having completed a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from India and Master’s in Planning and Design from Melbourne. Yash has over 25 years of architectural practice both in India and Australia designing and project managing the construction of facilities for social and community services. He has worked with not-for-profits and managed the Infrastructure division based in Alice Springs and working in consultation with Indigenous residents of outstations and communities in 3 states since 2011. He has researched extensively on Indigenous Housing. Yash works at IEH as the Trachoma Environmental Improvement Manager and is based in Alice Springs. His role involves working across sectors with trachoma stakeholders and partners including government and non-government agencies in SA, WA and NT for improving environmental conditions leading to the sustainable elimination of trachoma.