Pishevar is an American-Iranian entrepreneur. He was born in the year 1974 in Tehran, Iran. Shervin Pishevar went to the US as an immigrant when he was very young. He is recognized as a philanthropist, super angel investor and a venture capitalist. He was born to two parents, Abraham Pishevar and Eshrat Pishevar. Shervin Pishevar’s father migrated to the US after his name was placed on Ayatollah Khomeini’s execution document. He worked as an executive manager in a radio and television local media house.
Abraham was accused of broadcasting some information that could assist his fellow Iran citizens to leave Iran to other foreign nations. This shook Abraham’s heart so badly. When he arrived to the US, Shervin Pishevar never had a job. He searched for a job and lucky enough, he was able to find one as a taxi driver. He worked as a cab driver for several months. After Eighteen months, his family joined him in the United States. Abraham Pishevar also managed to further his studies. He joined the University of Howard where he pursued and graduated with a PhD in mass communication. Shervin Pishevar attended Montgomery Blair High school. The institution was a math’s and science magnet school. As a junior, he achieved so much. He managed to be a member of the Montgomery County Board Of education.
While on this board, he campaigned for the welfare of his fellow students. He was a smart young man. Shervin Pishevar was an entrepreneur when at a very young age. He created a $10 education tax that was obligated to the county taxpayers. He stated that the amount donated will be used in school projects like woodworking and mechanics classes. While still in school Shervin carried out several science researches. He started a research on megainin peptides. Additionally, he co-authored a journal of the American medicine society. The article journal spearheaded the Istanbul protocol. This is a set of universal guidelines for documentation of torture.
Due to his prowess in books, Shervin Pishevar once received a presidential fellowship so that he could further his studies at UC Berkeley. Moreover, he was an author of the first peer undergraduate research journal in the USA.