Radhika Shah

Radhika Shah is an Angel & Impact investor, tech industry veteran and CoPresident of Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs. She has been an advisor, mentor & judge at Innovation Accelerators Startx & Skydeck Labs. She is a cofounder of the mentoring group She has been a speaker/panelist at Stanford classes, seminars and at events such as the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford.

She is an advisor to the Sustainable Development Goals Philanthropy Platform, co-founded the former Ashoka SV chapter, on the SVLeadership Council for Action for India. She has been a judge at the US SBA, UN Solutions Summit, a jury member for the UN TOGETHER initiative's TOGETHER award for films about Refugees & deeply engaged with various UN agencies & initiatives. She is passionate about leveraging technology for social good, active in civic engagement & social causes since her early childhood, having grown up under the influence of Gandhi Ashram in India.

She was a CoChair of Tech4Obama. She holds a M.S, Computer Science from Stanford and an M.B.A from Berkeley.

Prof. Dr Jayaprakash Muliyil, MD, PHD

He is the distinguished Professor Emeritus Community Health, and also the Former Principal Christian Medical College, Vellore. Chairman of National Institute of Epidemiology

Dr J.P.Muliyil has served ICMR in many of the scientific advisory committees. He is a Visiting Professor of Tufts University Boston and Copenhagen University Denmark. Presently he is the Medical Consultant to The Leprosy Mission International. He has more than 100 papers to his credit in National & International journals. His main areas of research include Infectious Diseases, Leprosy, Child survival & Blindness control. He was principal investigator, on Indian and internationally funded grants in leprosy, rheumatic heart disease, vaccine preventable illnesses and diarrheal disease research. He is a Consultant to several National and International agencies like National Leprosy eradication program, WHO, SIDA, DANIDA. He is a Member, Scientific Advisory Committees of the National Institute of Epidemiology, National Institute for Cholera and Enteric Diseases.