I am Founder and CEO of SESO INC, a labor marketplace for agricultural workers. I studied economics at Stanford (‘11) and wrote my honors thesis on labor policy (thesis advisor: John Pencavel). After college, I joined the White House and worked on housing policy, financial regulation, and education for employment at the National Economic Council. I then spent 4 years at McKinsey, focusing on public sector projects, change management at multinationals, and private equity. My most meaningful work included setting up the world’s largest vocational training program. I transitioned into tech, joining Yup.com, a labor marketplace for on-demand tutors, where I was VP of Operations and Business Development. I am currently the CEO of SESO INC, a labor marketplace for agriculture, and president of the young advisory board of Five One Labs, a non-profit incubator for refugee/displaced entrepreneurs in Iraq and Syria.