Kaivan brings a one-of-a-kind combination of educational and practical experiences to the Everytown Law team.
Kaivan Shroff has earned a JD from Harvard Law School, an MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, an MBA from the Yale School of Management, and a BA in Political Science from Brown University.
In law school, Kaivan spent time volunteering with the New England Innocence Project and worked under the Director of Columbia Law School’s Mass Incarceration Clinic. He served as co-president of the JD/MPP joint degree student association. Kaivan also worked as a summer associate at Weil, Gotshal & Manges. At the Kennedy School, Kaivan served as co-chair of the Business and Government professional interest caucus and on the Harvard Votes Challenge team.
After graduating from business school, Kaivan served as COO of a D.C. non-profit focused on bipartisanship. In that role, he was responsible for repositioning the organization, developing a new strategic plan, and designing communications to market that plan both internally and externally. Kaivan has also held a number of communications and social media roles for various non-profits and issue-based causes including Loomio and the Jed Foundation. Kaivan is an alumnus of the Hillary for America Digital Team.
Kaivan works out of Everytown’s New York Office.
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