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Bio: Shriyash graduated from Montgomery Blair High School while doing research with biotech companies in the DC metropolitan area and at the National Institutes of Health. For his research, he was named a semifinalist in the Siemens competition and the Regeneron Science Talent Search. Shriyash has a passion for entrepreneurship because to him, that is the biggest impact one can have on the world. He also is considering being a data specialist as he would get to do everything he is gifted at - mathematical research, computer science, and engineering.
Shriyash participated in the Great Communicator Debate Series and was a speaker at the 2017 Reagan Leadership Summit. “Both programs helped me improve my speaking ability, meet amazing people, and gear myself towards helping others.” In the fall, Shriyash will be attending the University of Pennsylvania majoring in Computer/Cognitive Science and Business, with a focus on Biotech Entrepreneurship. In his free time, he enjoys singing, running, and playing games with his younger brother
What are you doing now to ensure growth for the future?
Past success is the best predictor of future success! That’s why colleges, employers, and decision-makers in general tend to care about it so much, and why I’m putting my all into the most ambitious projects I can, à la https://mimarket.io.
What is something you want to improve on or help guide someone else to improve on?
Most problems in our modern world are problems of information. When drafting policy, it’s tough to know the real impacts. When making business decisions, it’s hard to forecast risk. When you face poverty, it’s difficult to succeed without an education and knowing what resources are available to you. That’s why I want to help people better leverage information to make the world a better place.
What are you reading right now?
Right now I’m reading All the King’s Men by Robert Penn Warren, La Casa de Bernarda Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca, and Creating the Kingdom of Ends by Christine Korsgaard.
What movie can you watch over and over again and not get tired of?
I’d be pretty happy in a theater if Forrest Gump just kept running.