Rajiv Satyal is the fun-size Indian comedian from Cincinnati, Ohio, whose witty, universal, and TV-clean act resonates around the world by covering everything from racial issues to soap bottles to his favorite topic — himself. This former UC engineer and P&G marketer has repeatedly opened for Dave Chappelle, Tim Allen, Kevin Nealon and Russell Peters. He co-founded the world-touring “Make Chai Not War“ (stand-up show that traversed seven Indian cities in 2012, sponsored by the U.S. State Dept.), named his alma mater’s online radio station ”Bearcast,” launched/managed a Miss India America’s career, assisted NFL players in defining life after football, and runs a consulting business called “Funny ’Cause It’s True” that helps marketers generate insights for their brands. He has garnered 2 million+ YouTube views, performed on three continents, and been featured on NBC, NPR, Netflix, and Pandora, as well as in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, and the LA Times. He does stand-up at more than 40 colleges annually and regularly at all major comedy clubs in LA. His corporate clients include P&G (9 times), GE (6 times), General Mills, Quaker, Cisco and more. Rajiv records a weekly podcast, acts in funny commercials, and writes humorous ads. His favorite sites in the whole wide world are facebook.com/funnyindian and funnyindian.com. This LA-based pocket pundit challenges people to see a new point-of-view. Most of all, he talks about what it’s like to be Rajiv. And we all have some Rajiv in us, even if we don’t want to admit it.