Swarochish is a 19 year old sophomore from Toronto, Canada studying at the University of Toronto. He is an award winning serial tech entrepreneur and innovator, UN Youth Ambassador, Huffington Post contributor, early stage tech investor, LinkedIn campus editor, social media personality and TEDx speaker. He is one of the world's youngest venture capitalist as a Business Development Associate at JB Fitzgerald Venture Capital. In his role he has consulted with Fortune 500 companies on promoting investments in the digital media space. He is also the brand manager for business leaders and public figures like Trevor Booker of the Brooklyn Nets. He is currently planning on working in New York this summer and focusing his energy on writing a book on personal branding and growing my wearable tech startup Technotronics (in partnership with NBA teams like the Brooklyn Nets and Utah Jazz), RafikiMedia, The Next Foundry, and FoodShare. He is "already made a dent on the global entrepreneurial landscape" and has been notably featured on The Huffington Post, Canadian Student Business Review, Thrive Global, and Influencive along with notably winning Startup Canada's Young Entrepreneur of the Year award, Strategy Magazine's Social Innovator of the Year, the United Nation's Outstanding Youth Leadership Award, and Plan Canada's Top 20 under 20 award. In 2016, he was recognized as the "Face and Future of Canadian Entrepreneurship" by UPS Canada.