Sanjana Shah comes from an Indian Art and Real Estate background. She has graduated with a dual degree of BA in English Literature and the WPP Communications work-study program from the Parsons - Indian School of Design & Innovation, Mumbai. She then went on to take over her family's art gallery business, Tao Art Gallery, which is an established cultural hub of Indian art in Mumbai since twenty years. In the role of Creative Director she co-curates exhibitions, writes concept notes, ideates on new potential collaborations and manages the gallery's brand image and sales. She is also working as an independent Art Curator and Consultant both in India and internationally. She is currently appointed as the India Ambassador at Arte Laguna Prize 20.21. As an extension of her role as Art Consultant she works part-time in her family company, Group Satellite, which completes 50 years this year. She oversees all the show flat interiors and aesthetics and engages with clients and interior designers for art sales post completion. Over the years she makes it a point to keep learning more whenever possible. She has finished a summer course at Christies London titled, Human Creativity Across Time & Space in 2017 and two at Sotheby's, Foundations in Contemporary Art in 2018, and Introduction to Curating in 2019. As part of her enthusiasm for education she founded the #EducateForArt series in Tao with the sole purpose of conserving the rich heritage of global art and allowing audiences to explore the wonders of art in a truly experiential manner through wholesome workshops for kids and adults promoting Art Appreciation, Art History and Art Knowledge.