Sipu Talukder is a development professional from Bangladesh. She has completed her B.A. and M.A. in Social Anthropology from Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh. After that she began her career with Inter Cooperation - Livelihoods, Empowerment and Agro-Forestry (IC -LEAF), a Swiss Foundation for Development and International Cooperation. Later she joined BRAC as Senior Human Resource Officer. Sipu generally dealt with human resource policies, conducted training on personnel management for the program staff, and co-coordinated with different program managers. In 2010, she started MAHASSA to get an advanced understanding of Cultural and Medical Anthropology. Sipu's research interest is in reproductive health behavior in different social contexts. She conducted the research for her master’s thesis on reproductive experiences of Bangladeshi immigrant women living in Stuttgart, Germany. Her master’s dissertation is entitled “Pregnancy and childbirth: Experiences of Bangladeshi immigrant women”. In near future, Sipu would like to start a research career focusing on the immigrant’s cultural environment.