Raj Goyle, Co-Founder and former CEO of Bodhala

Raj Goyle, Co-Founder and former CEO of Bodhala

Raj Goyle served as the co-founder and CEO of Bodhala, a technology company using AI to manage legal spend, which was successfully sold in 2021. Prior to Bodhala, Goyle was a Senior Advisor to a large family office and family foundation based in New York City.
Goyle served two terms in the Kansas House of Representatives after working as a policy analyst at the Center for American Progress and civil rights attorney at the ACLU. A graduate of Harvard Law School and Duke University, Goyle is the co-founder of the Indian American Impact Project and has served on numerous boards, including Planned Parenthood NYC, the State Innovation Exchange, and Hunger Free America. He has been featured on MSNBC, NPR, Fox News, the New Yorker, Radio Lab, the New York Times and other publications. A native of Kansas, he is a long time resident of NYC along with his wife and two daughters.