Parth S. Tewari has worked in the Public, Private and Social sectors at the World Bank Group, McKinsey & Co., Inc. and TechnoServe, Inc. At the World Bank, he focuses on Micro Small and Medium Enterprise development and Technology Enabled Services. He has worked in over 30 countries especially in Asia and the Middle East. He co-authored the highly referenced McKinsey Quarterly article "Brains Abroad," on leveraging expatriate talent for home countries, which was especially leveraged by many stakeholder in countries such as Korea, the United States and India. He also co-authored the white paper entitled “Indians Without Borders underlying the Indian Diaspora day.
Mr. Tewari received his Master's degree along with a certificate in public management from the Stanford University. He earned his undergraduate degree in Physics from the University of Delhi.