A child of Indian immigrants, Aaron was born in Ohio and raised in Michigan. He got his start in politics and organizing in high school, where he founded STRIVE, a student group advocating for greater student voice in Michigan education policy. Aaron also served as an intern in the Michigan State House during that time. He has since served as an intern at the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, the Democratic Governors Association, and the Constituent Services Office of former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick. Aaron also assisted with college outreach for Congressman Mark Schauer's 2014 Michigan gubernatorial campaign. Aaron currently serves as the Research Associate for former SBA Administrator Karen Mills, supporting Administrator Mills in her research, speeches, and writing on small businesses and economic inequality. Aaron graduated from Harvard College with Highest Honors in Social Studies, and received the Thomas T. Hoopes and Tocqueville prizes for his senior thesis on social capital, institutional trust, and civic engagement in Detroit. He will be attending Harvard Law School beginning in 2018.
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