Divyang Arora has been working on US-India relations since 2013.

As a USISPF Fellow, Divyang works with stakeholders on initiatives around entrepreneurship, skills and capacity building. He is actively involved in education related initiatives and collaborations that bring US-India closer. He firmly believes that capacity building of entrepreneurs is key to helping organizations achieve scale and his work has focused on new models of capacity building for entrepreneurs. Prior to this, he worked as an advisor on higher education reforms in India.

Divyang is the co-founder and CEO at Byte Kitchen. Byte Kitchen enables independent restaurants to scale to new geographies through its network of kitchens. It is backed by Silicon Valley investors including Y-Combinator, Crosslink Capital and Wndrco. Prior to that, he worked at Evercore Partners in their Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) team in New York focusing on the Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT) industries.

Previously, he worked at Central Square Foundation (CSF), a venture philanthropy organization investing in early stage education in India. At CSF, Divyang advised and invested in multiple enterprises and focused on entrepreneur development, capacity building and growth initiatives. He also led fundraising for portfolio organizations and helped create an accelerator to incubate early stage enterprises.

Divyang started his career in management consulting in New York first working at Booz and Co. and then at JP Morgan Chase in their strategy team. He graduated with an MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a George F. Baker Scholar and with a Bachelor’s degree in Systems Engineering (summa cum laude) from the University of Pennsylvania.has been working on US-India relations since 2013.

As a USISPF Fellow, Divyang works with stakeholders on initiatives around entrepreneurship, skills and capacity building. He is actively involved in education related initiatives and collaborations that bring US-India closer. He firmly believes that capacity building of entrepreneurs is key to helping organizations achieve scale and his work has focused on new models of capacity building for entrepreneurs. Prior to this, he worked as an advisor on higher education reforms in India.

Divyang is the co-founder and CEO at Byte Kitchen. Byte Kitchen enables independent restaurants to scale to new geographies through its network of kitchens. It is backed by Silicon Valley investors including Y-Combinator, Crosslink Capital and Wndrco. Prior to that, he worked at Evercore Partners in their Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) team in New York focusing on the Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT) industries.

Previously, he worked at Central Square Foundation (CSF), a venture philanthropy organization investing in early stage education in India. At CSF, Divyang advised and invested in multiple enterprises and focused on entrepreneur development, capacity building and growth initiatives. He also led fundraising for portfolio organizations and helped create an accelerator to incubate early stage enterprises.

Divyang started his career in management consulting in New York first working at Booz and Co. and then at JP Morgan Chase in their strategy team. He graduated with an MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a George F. Baker Scholar and with a Bachelor’s degree in Systems Engineering (summa cum laude) from the University of Pennsylvania.