Aditya Agashe studied Computer Science and Business at Cornell University. At Cornell, Adi founded Belle Applications, a company that builds and optimizes software platforms for businesses. He has grown revenue to nearly $50,000 and is currently negotiating an acquisition offer from a small-business conglomerate. After graduating, Adi will be working as a Program Manager at Microsoft.
Neel Mehta studies computer science at Harvard, where he serves on the undergraduate student body government. He previously worked as a Program Manager at Microsoft and a software engineer at Khan Academy. Mehta founded Coding it Forward, a network of students at top universities working on technology for social good — using technology to solve tough problems in government, education, and public health. His work focuses on civic tech, open data, and product management.
Parth Detroja studied Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University. During his time at Cornell, he cofounded the Cornell International Business Association (CIBA). He has previously interned at Microsoft, Amazon, and IBM and will be working at Facebook as a Product Manager following graduation.