A former financial services and management consulting professional, Sehraj currently develops and leads Naspers’ and Prosus’s policy, strategic, and government initiatives across the full range of areas that impact Naspers, Prosus, and technology in the region. He helps shape product and technology agendas with policy makers inside and outside government, and advises investment and operating teams on the public policy implications on their business and on emerging technologies. He also works closely with portfolio company founders and Prosus segment CEOs across classifieds, fintech, food delivery, ride sharing, edtech, health-tech, social commerce, and logistics. His key focus areas include anti-trust/competition, product representation, net neutrality, tax policy, internet governance, data localization, intermediary liability, data privacy, technology innovation, intellectual property, startups policy, online content policies, free expression, FDI and foreign Investment. A technology evangelist, he represents the internet and technology industry on parliamentary committees, and regularly engages with government, regulators, law enforcement and policy-makers. Sehraj has formerly worked in different leadership roles across LinkedIn / Microsoft, Google, and Russell Investments. Sehraj holds an A.B. in Economics, and a Master in Public Policy from Harvard University, where he was also a Teaching Fellow at the Center for Public Leadership, a Graduate Fellow at the Mossavar Rahmani Center for Business & Government and a Visiting Fellow at the Program for Financial Systems at Harvard Law School.