Rishin began his career in finance, working for investment banking firms in NYC and Boston. As he invested more and more in ed-tech companies, Rishin realized he wanted to be on the other side of the table during those meetings. Teachers Pay Teachers was the obvious choice for Rishin—it’s uniquely respected by both investors and educators.
Outside of weekly one-on-one meetings with his manager, Rishin is given great autonomy to carry out his work—such as researching new product initiatives and advancing partnership opportunities. Relishing the opportunity to talk with educators, Rishin works to untangle challenges, such as figuring out how to ensure administrations are buying resources that teachers actually want to use.