Tabish Azeem

Swensen Fellow
2 Whitney Ave. (Whitney Grove Square Bldg), suite 400, Room 465

Tabish grew up in Gaya -  a small town in Eastern India. After his undergrad in Chemical Engineering from National Institute of Technology, he served as a Prime Minister’s Fellow. In this capacity, he helped the Government of India with economic development strategies in conflict-affected regions of Central India. Tabish proceeded to Yale’s Jackson Institute, graduating with an MA in Global Affairs. During his time in graduate school, Tabish focused on management, strategy, and quants. A keen observer of frontiers in technology, emerging markets, and international development, he strives to work towards a culture of data-driven decision making. Tabish likes to spend his free time watching documentaries, cooking, and exploring the New England countryside.