Nikhil Raghuveera is a joint nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech and GeoEconomics Centers and a consultant at the Boston Consulting Group. He is co-founder and partner at Pari, a peer-to-peer video-calling startup. Nikhil also cohosts Untying Knots, a podcast series published by the Harvard Kennedy School Shorenstein Center. His expertise is on decentralized technology and the intersection of technology, social inequality, and systems of oppression.
Most recently, Nikhil was a Project Manager at the Equal Justice Initiative where he supported the racial justice nonprofit’s partnership efforts. Previously, he 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 and economic consulting at Cornerstone Research.
Nikhil graduated with an MBA from The Wharton School and an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School. In graduate school, he focused his studies on racial justice, social movements, and technology policy. 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.