Mohit is a rising senior at Stanford majoring in Public Policy, with a concentration in Political and Moral Philosophy. The New Jersey native is also pursuing a degree in Philosophy with Honors and a minor in Mathematics. Mohit looks forward to a career in social change through philosophy, politics, and/or philanthropy. To that effect, he has conducted independent moral philosophy research, interned at the Brookings Institution, and worked at the Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen Foundation. On campus, he is a Research Assistant for the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society and a Researcher for Philosophy Talk Radio. Previously, he served as a Research Assistant for the Department of Political Science and an editor for the undergraduate philosophy journal. He loves playing pick up basketball and secretly likes his literature classes the most (like James Baldwin and Existentialism).