Tabish Azeem graduated with a degree in engineering from the National Institute of Technology, India. After college, he was  chosen as a Prime Minister’s Fellow in India. In this role, he helped the Indian government on economic development policies. During his time as a fellow, he worked in conflict-affected regions of Central India, on issues of social security, poverty alleviation, and employment generation. At Yale, he focused on quantitative methods, economics, and strategy. After graduating from Yale in 2019, he accepted a role as a strategy consultant for Yale University as a Swensen Fellow.