Griha oversees the implementation of the first-ever organization-wide grant on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at the Partnership. As part of her role, she develops strategies and implements activities to build trust, increase awareness of DEI issues, and identify behavior changes in order to build a culture of belonging. Griha recently led and completed a year-long research study on what it means to be innovative in the federal government. The study, which highlights 10 characteristics of innovative workplaces and profiles five innovative government offices, is called Risk and Reward: A Framework for Federal Innovation. At the Partnership, Griha has also managed customized leadership programs, which involved working with federal agency partners and coaches to design and implement programs that aim to strengthen the government. She enjoys working at the Partnership because it allows her to combine her interest, studies and work experience in public policy and education. Her favorite public servant is Justice William Brennan, who served on the Supreme Court from 1956 to 1990.