Chirag served as Managing Director for the non-profit organization Moneythink, the largest and only movement of young people working to restore the economic health of America through financial education. Recognized by President Obama as one of the most promising social innovations for young people, Moneythink provides economic opportunity mentoring for teenagers from low-income backgrounds in over 30 communities across the U.S.
Chirag plays an active role in the Chicago community on the World Economic Forum's Chicago Global Shapers Hub. He's an advisor to the Los Angeles Moneythink chapters and Foshay Learning Center's Academy of Finance. His work has been featured in the Chicago Tribune, Huffington Post, WSJ, Forbes and more.
Besides work, Chirag enjoys pumping iron, jumping out of planes, traveling and cheering for the LA Lakers and USC Trojans. He graduated from the University of Southern California.