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Advisory Board


Rajiv Bhateja

Rajiv first became involved in U.S. politics in 2004. He volunteered for the first Obama campaign in 2008, co-founded Silicon Valley Courageous Resistance in January 2017 and They See Blue® in July 2018. He serves on TSB's National Strategy Team and helps coordinate its technology and data management activities.

Rajesh Mashruwala

Raj retired from TIBCO Software Inc (acquired by Vista Equity Partners) as an executive vice president in the CEO's office and, before then, was its COO, responsible for engineering, professional, and support services. Before TIBCO, he founded semiconductor equipment manufacturer YieldUp International, Media Computer Technology and software provider Consilium. He has served on the boards of Syntel, Delta ID, Guavus and Healthfyme. He is an Emeritus Partner in Prime Venture Partners, an India-focused early-stage venture fund.  He is actively engaged with non-profits, including Peninsula Open Space Trust where he serves as board chair, Ekatra Foundation, Foundation of Center for Healthcare Entrepreneurship and IIT Gandhinagar Foundation. He holds a master's in engineering the University of California, Berkeley and a bachelor's in technology from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. He also holds several patents on Object-Oriented Modeling for Manufacturing Systems.

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Sunil Mehta

Sunil had been blissfully living and working in Silicon Valley (while staying clear of politics) for more than three decades when the unthinkable happened in the November 2016 election. This spurred him to get involved in the ground game of politics for the first time in his life.  He shared the details of his journey into activism in a Medium article, which was published in June 2018, shortly before he co-founded They See Blue in his backyard with like-minded friends.

Avanish Sahai

Avanish is a former technology executive with experience in product, marketing and ecosystems. He has held leadership positions at both early-stage and established companies like Oracle, Salesforce, ServiceNow and Google Cloud. He has served on the boards of HubSpot,, and Scribe as well as of nonprofits Commonwealth Club World Affairs, Brazil at Silicon Valley and BayBrazil. His focus is on philanthropy and global investing. Born in India and raised in Brazil, Avanish is a U.S. citizen and avid traveler. He holds an MBA from UCLA Anderson, an MSCE from Boston University and a BSEE from the Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil.

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Rajan Raghavan

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Rajat Srivastava

In 2016, Rajat decided to stop complaining about extreme and fascist rightwing actions, policies and politics and do something to change the direction of the country. His two main motivators are the environment (including the impact of climate change) and his American-born children. He was fortunate to find some energetic and passionate co-founders to help start and build They See Blue.

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