In 2005, Neil Vangala graduated from the Lawrenceville School, a co-educational boarding institution located in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. The year prior, Vangala served on the school’s Science Olympiad Team and also spent a week at the Leopold Memorial Reserve in Wisconsin, studying the environment and learning about Lawrenceville alumnus Aldo Leopold. Along with five other students and two teachers, Neil Vangala stayed in Leopold’s old cabin, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Neil Vangala received his Bachelor of Arts with dual degrees in Economics and Public Policy in 2009. While enrolled at Brown, Vangala operated as a Teaching Assistant in the Economics Department. During the summer of 2006, Neil Vangala completed a legislative internship in the Office of Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. The following summer, Vangala traveled to Malawi, where he interned for the William J. Clinton Foundation. Founded by former President Bill Clinton, this charitable organization focuses on education, environment and energy, economic growth, health systems, and nutrition in both developed and developing nations. Formerly, Neil Vangala operated as an Analyst Intern for The Brock Group and a Healthcare Investment Banking Analyst at Thomas Weisel Partners LLC in New York City. In January 2010, Vangala joined Deutsche Bank AG, where he currently serves as a Healthcare Investment Banking Analyst.