Former Director’s Intern and Gov. 2.0 winner Rohan Pavuluri cofounded Upsolve to give low income American the means to get a fresh start through bankruptcy without having to hire a lawyer. Together with lawyer Jonathan Petts and programmer Kevin Moore, he built an online tool that eases users through the process of inputting the financial information necessary to create a bankruptcy filing, wrote Forbes. www.forbes.com/profile/rohan-pavuluri/
Upsolve was born out of Harvard Law School's Access to Justice Lab in 2016. After almost a decade of pro bono bankruptcy work, the founders wanted to build a better way for people get back on their feet. Since inception, Upsolve has received support from the Robin Hood Foundation, Harvard, and Yale.
Read our interview with him in 2016 here http://iop.harvard.edu/iop-now/5-questions-gov-20-grant-winner-rohan-pavuluri