Shehryar joined Keystone in 2019 as an associate after graduating magna cum laude, from Brown University. At Brown, he concentrated in Computer Science - Economics, served as a teaching assistant, and joined the Phi Beta Kappa honors society. A former Keystone intern, he worked on a novel technology to measure trademark infringement by analyzing millions of images in seconds that he co-presented at the Annual NABE-TEC 2018 Conference. He is excited to work on engaging projects with diverse and fun coworkers at the firm.
Shehryar is extremely passionate about global development and hopes to one-day use household-level data to generate insights that can better peoples' lives. He loves sports and is a keen tennis player and skeet shooter. Items on his bucket list are to learn calligraphy and the art of composing trap beats.