Jas Johl is a writer and researcher. She has authored two collections of experimental short fiction, and has contributed to: TIME magazine, NPR, Newsweek, the Failed Novelists Society, and more. She is currently a visiting policy fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford.
Born to immigrant parents and from a family of farmers from Punjab, India, Johl has since studied and lectured at UC Berkeley and Oxford University, led teams at top global technology companies in the world, and created change as a senior advisor in local and state governments. She is motivated to remove the roadblocks she faced for others, and is driven by a desire to unlock human flourishing to make the world a healthier, more educated, and more equitable place.