About Me

Hi, I am Keshav 👋

22-year-old immigrant, dropout, & former founder, aspiring standup comedian with a ridiculous amount of energy!

I'm currently a Technical Product Manager at Webflow. Prior to joining Webflow, I started my first startup, Homeroom, which is the OkCupid + Slack for students & Mixpanel for professors.

I love building products driven by behavioral economics, design thinking, bleeding-edge technology, gamification, and a lot of bad humor.

I love meeting people! If you're in SF (or the Bay), send me a DM & let's grab coffee (first Mocha on me) ☕️

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I design & build.

I am a UI/UX designer and full-stack JavaScript engineer (heavily focused on React & Express)

I love basketball.

I grew up watching Kobe & the Lakers! I play basketball for fun and I love the Kobe's mamba mentality.

I love classical music.

I am a huge Chopin, Liszt, Beethoven, Debussy, & Schubert fan! I also play the piano & the guitar.

I am an amateur cook.

Cooking makes me feel relaxed and distresses me from all the things going on. I love cooking butter chicken and Italian.

I love astronomy.

Astronomy brings perspective to my life. My problems feel insignificant in the vastness of the universe!

I write Shakespearean sonnets.

I write Shakespearean sonnets in iambic pentameter. It makes me feel clever and artistic at times.

I want to be a standup comedian.

A wild goal, but something I want to try. Am I funny? Not particularly. Am I weird? Pretty much so.

I can kinda rap.

I may not be magical with my words on spot, but I love writing lyrics and rapping about things. I once wrote a rap about black holes.

I do Muay Thai.

SF can be dangerous so to protect myself for street zombies, I practice Muay Thai (Thai boxing). It's really fun!

I like to explore.

I am not much of a committer—I am rather an explorer who likes to learn and try out different things for the sake of trying them.

I love reading books.

I love reading physical books, anything from startups & business to medicine & biology to psychology & economics.