As a Program Manager on Google’s Social Responsibility Team, Seth helps encourage and enable employees to use their skills, talents and resources to have an extraordinary impact on the world through service and philanthropy. He joined Google after five years in the social sector, as a AmeriCorps member three times, then as a founder of City Year New Hampshire.
Seth was selected as a First Movers Fellow with the Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Program and served on the steering committee of CaliforniaVolunteers Business Partner Program. He founded and maintains Teampedia.net, a free, collaborative encyclopedia of team-building activities and ice breakers.
He graduated from Brown University, where he studied the intersection of public and private sector organizations and social entrepreneurship. Seth lives in Alameda, California with his wife Jyothi, daughter Kaia and son Jahan.