Naman Agrawal is a software engineer focused on building technology that is accessible, user-focused, and tackles human problems. At the Office of Innovation, Naman works on products that help New Jerseyans access government services more efficiently .
Prior to joining the Office of Innovation, Naman worked at Facebook (now Meta) on their connectivity analytics team. There, he worked on a data visualization platform that helped mobile network operators improve internet connectivity for people around the globe. He was also an adjunct lecturer at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, where he redesigned and taught an undergraduate course on software engineering as part of a program to better prepare students underrepresented in tech for the industry.
Naman received his undergraduate degree in computer science from Columbia University. Although not a native New Jerseyan, he’s always been a river away having grown up in Delaware. With a commitment to social justice, Naman also serves as a technical volunteer for the Hindus for Human Rights advocacy group. Outside of work, Naman likes to read about South Asian politics, play the piano, and explore restaurants for the realest fake meat out there.