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Pavuluri discusses nonprofit impact at Public Interested Conference

Pavuluri co-founded Upsolve, a nonprofit startup that helps low-income Americans

Rohan Pavuluri, CEO and co-founder of Upsolve

Rohan Pavuluri, A.B. ’18, a statistics concentrator with a secondary in computer science, was a featured speaker during the 2020 Public Interested Conference at Harvard.

Pavuluri is co-founder and CEO of Upsolve, a nonprofit that uses technology to help low-income Americans in financial distress file for bankruptcy for free.

During the conference, sponsored by the Center for Public Service and Engaged Scholarship, Pavuluri gave a TEDTalk-style presentation on how Upsolve is creating impact and empowering communities.

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Read a SEAS article on Upsolve.

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