Shervin Pishevar is an American-Iranian entrepreneur. He was born in the year 1974 in Tehran, Iran. He is recognized as a philanthropist, a super angel investor and a venture capitalist. He was born to two parents. His father was called Abraham pishevar while his mother was called Eshrat Pishevar. His father worked as an executive manager in a local media station in Tehran, Iran. He worked as a radio and television coordinator.
Abraham Pishevar later migrated to the US. This was after his name was listed on the Ayatollah Khomeini’s execution document. Abraham was so shocked. He was accused of broadcasting very vital information that aided Iran residents to migrate to other foreign nations.
Abraham relocated to the US because he was soon going to be executed. When he got to the US, he worked as a cab driver. He operated in Silver Spring in Maryland. Eighteen months later, Abraham was joined by his family in the US. Before Abraham relocated to the United States, he had already acquired a masters in Mass Communication. He managed to cater for the family and also furthered his education. He pursued a PhD in Mass communication at Howard University.
Shervin Pishevar studied in Montgomery Blair High school. The institution was a science and maths school. At a tender age, Shervin Pishevar managed to campaign and get elected to the Montgomery Blair High School education board. At the board, he managed to push for a $10 that was meant to be paid by the taxpayers in the county. He proposed the money be used for the school’s mechanics and woodworking classes. His parents encouraged him to pursue a medical course. However, he chose to decline and decided to pursue entrepreneurship. Since he ventured into the business industry, he has been so successful. He has managed several corporates assisting them to progress from one level to the other.
At one time, he was named by the US government as the most outstanding American by choice. He has also received an Ellis Island Medal of honor in the years, 2015 and 2016. Shervin Pishevar was also invited to the J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board by the former US president Barrack Obama.