Halfway through my sophomore year studying political economy at NYU's Stern School of Business, I left to build FamilyLeaf with seed investment from Y Combinator. I'm from Seattle (Bellevue), and now live in San Francisco.
Among the mischevious antics I've been a part of: getting the attention of YC's partners with a parody twitter account, successfully lobbying Fred Wilson for a retweet after running into him at the airport post-Coachella, and scheming for a seat right next to Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev at a Moscow conference on innovation.
You can read a bit more about me in the Seattle Times, thanks to the wonderful Monica Guzman.
I love music and have played guitar for years. The piece of writing I might be most proud of is the alumni reflection I was asked to write for the 2012 Graduation issue of The Exonian.
Please feel free to email me: ajay [at] alum.exeter.edu