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Thu, Jul 30, 2020

Nikhil Raghuveera in Cointelegraph: China and US must learn from one another and collaborate on Central Bank Digital Currency

Mr. Nikhil Raghuveera, a GeoTech Center Nonresident Fellows, was recently featured as a guest author in Cointelegraph, a digital publication focused on the future of money. In his article, Mr. Raghuveera discussed Central Bank Digital Currencies in continuation of his previous research for the Atlantic Council.

GeoTech Cues by Atlantic Council

Digital Policy Fiscal and Structural Reform

Thu, Jul 23, 2020

Reimagining data weaponized against oppressed communities

Data has been weaponized against marginalized communities. Now, it must be transformed to be a force for good.

GeoTech Cues by Nikhil Raghuveera and Tom Koch (Guest Author)

Digital Policy Human Rights

Wed, Jul 22, 2020

Meet a Fellow: Nikhil Raghuveera

Fellows are an integral part of the GeoTech Center’s mission, providing experience in a variety of fields and a wide array of perspectives and expertise. The Meet a Fellow Series will regularly share presentations by GeoTech Center Fellows on ongoing research they are carrying out that aligns with the Center’s focus. The goal of this […]

GeoTech Cues by Stewart Scott

Digital Policy Economy & Business

Nikhil Raghuveera is a Nonresident Fellow at the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center and an incoming Consultant at the Boston Consulting Group. His research focuses on the intersection of technology, social inequality, and systems of oppression.

Previously, Nikhil was an economic consultant at Cornerstone Research and founded Telos Analysis, an organization which paired pro bono consultants to international nonprofits. He has also served on the Board of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and supported the nonprofit’s work on racial and economic justice. More recently, Nikhil worked on Celo, a crypto fintech platform aiming to bring financial services to unbanked communities across the world. Additionally, he has experience in venture capital at Harlem Capital Partners, an early-stage venture capital fund focusing on minority and women founders in the United States.

Nikhil graduated with an MBA/MPA from The Wharton School and the Harvard Kennedy School. In graduate school, he focused his studies on racial justice, social movements, and technology policy. At Harvard, he was involved with the Economic Diplomacy Initiative, in which he studied the future of digital currency and geopolitics. He also served as an Associate Editor of The Citizen, the official newspaper of the Harvard Kennedy School. At Wharton, Nikhil was the Co-President of the Wharton Social Impact Club. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Political Science from Emory University where he wrote his senior thesis on how political violence can be used to create the conditions for democracy.