Seth is a PwC Fellow at the World Economic Forum focusing on AI governance and ethics for children and youth. He leads WEF’s Generation AI project, which aims to leverage AI to educate and empower children while protecting them from risks posed by the technology. At WEF, Seth developed the Smart Toy Awards initiative, which recognizes ethically and responsibly designed AI-powered toys for children. He is also a member of UNICEF’s Expert Advisory Group on AI for Children.
At PwC, Seth is a strategy consultant specializing in the technology sector. He has worked across tech, education, and policy in the private, public, and non-profit sectors. Previously, as a social impact consultant, Seth developed global development strategies for the Gates Foundation. He also worked in the U.S. House of Representatives focusing on human rights and foreign affairs. A former Fulbright and Watson Fellow, Seth researched education reform in Bosnia-Herzegovina and childhood experiences around the world. He is a Senior Fellow at Humanity in Action, a nonprofit organization focused on human rights and social justice.
He holds a BA from Whitman College and MBA and MPA from the University of Washington.