Rohan Malhotra

What is your favourite memory of Malvern College?

There's far too many fond memories to choose from, but playing cricket on the senior was always special.

What attracted you to your particular career and what do you enjoy most about it?

Technology is disrupting every industry across the world. The ability to work with people who are shaping the future of how my country will learn, consume, save, spend etc, is incredibly exciting.

Venture Capital gives us the ability to partner with the best in class entrepreneurs and most importantly, create the most impact for the betterment and future of my country.

What part did Malvern College play in giving you the necessary skills for your chosen path?

I was fortunate enough to enjoy all the incredible activities that Malvern College had to offer. I was lucky to be taught by excellent teachers who gave me a voice and platform to be inquisitive and ask the right questions.

I went to Malvern on a sports exhibition and fortunate to play Cricket for the 1st XI and Golf for the 1st pair - I still remain close to both those sports.

I organised our house play and was fortunate to partake in the school play but above all, the camaraderie I had with my housemates and the friendships that I made during my time at school have stayed with me and for that, I am most grateful.

What are your ambitions?

I am fortunate to do what I love. I aspire to continue to be happy and create a positive outcome through my work and my actions.

What advice would you give to current pupils contemplating entering your field?

Be curious, stay hungry and take any opportunity you can to learn.

What advice would you give to current pupils about making the most of their time at Malvern College?

Make the best of your time, learn as much as you can, get involved in every activity you can do and know and appreciate that these are some of the most enjoyable and carefree years of your life.