Mohib Jafri graduated from Harvard with a bachelors and masters in electrical and computer engineering..
During college, he was on the founding team that built the Vatican's innovation arm via VHacks, the world's first hackathon at the Vatican. Along with VHacks, Mohib also ran HackHarvard, Harvard University's largest hackathon, and co-founded IvyHacks, the first-inter-ivy-league hackathon. His work experience during his educational careers ranges from aerospace (Boeing Space and Gravity.co), to education technology (Tembo Education), to a venture capital tooling (Handshake).
Mohib spent over a year during COVID at Tesla, as an Engineering Program Manager (EPM) on the Autopilot Hardware team. There, he was a product leader for multiple self-driving car components across the Model S,3,X, and Y, as well as the Semi-Truck and Cybertruck. He was the first EPM on Project Dojo, the world's fastest AI-training supercomputer, and holds patent US2022020799.
He is currently the co-founder and CEO of Seed Labs (seedlabs.co), a venture-backed startup building new infrastructure for the venture capital industry.
Prior to Harvard, Mohib was a valedictorian at Granada Hills Charter High School, where he managed 40 students and a budget of $180,000 as treasurer of student government. He earned an IB diploma and honors on the varsity debate, Science Bowl and Model UN teams. Mohib co-founded Project Speak-Up, an organization focusing on youth empowerment, and worked on a $370,000 clean energy project on campus to change from fluorescent to LED bulbs.
High school: Granada Hills Charter High School
Harvard CollegeCambridge, MA
|2023||B.A. Electrical Engineering|
Harvard UniversityCambridge, MA
|2024||M.S. Electrical Engineering|