Rohan Pavuluri is an American entrepreneur based in Chicago, Illinois. He is the co-founder of Upsolve. Rohan was chosen to be on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2018 for the Law and Policy category.
Rohan attended Harvard University and graduated with a degree in Statistics.
Rohan was an intern for various political activities including campaigns for Raja for Illinois (2009), Quinn for Illinois (2010-2011), Obama 2012, and Maggie Hassan for Governor (2012). He worked for the Office of the Illinois Governor (2012) and Illinois Office of Trade and Investment (2013).
Rohan worked as a consultant for the Albright Stonebridge Group and United States Digital Service. In Feburary 2016, Rohan co-founded Upsolve to give low-income Americans the means to get a fresh start through bankruptcy without having to hire a lawyer. Together with lawyer Jonathan Petts and programmer Kevin Moore, the Harvard student built an online tool that eases users through the process of inputting the financial information necessary to create a bankruptcy filing.