Shashi Buluswar is the CEO of the Institute for Transformative Technologies and author of the groundbreaking study to identify the “The 50 most critical scientific & technological breakthroughs required for sustainable global development”More
Noha is responsible for ITT’s strategy to amplify the technology-for-development ecosystem to develop and scale breakthrough technologies.More
Roger SathreChief Scientist
As Chief Scientist at the Institute for Transformative Technologies, Roger is responsible for ensuring the scientific rigor of the technology pipeline.More
Sanjay KhazanchiAccess to Electricity | Vice President
As Vice President at ITT, Sanjay brings in a decade of experience in the space of renewable energy and off-grid rural electrification.More
Rahul AluriAccess to Electricity & Healthcare | Product Development
Rahul works with ITT's Product team.More
Sai MadhaviAccess to Electricity & Water | Product Development
Madhavi works with the Product team on the engineering and operations of advanced technologies in groundwater extraction and access to electricityMore
Aarsh PandeAccess to Electricity & Healthcare | Product Development
Aarsh comes to ITT with experience in building digital products and businesses.More
Tareesh ThomasCommunications | Design Officer
As Communications Designs Officer for ITT, Tareesh is responsbile for developing all marketing and branding assets.More
Adnan Asdar AliChief Executive OfficerMultinet Pakistan (Private) Limited
Amos WinterRatan N. Tata Career Development Assistant ProfessorMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Anne HansenMedical Director, Neonatal Intensive Care UnitBoston Children's Hospital
B. L. RamakrishnaEmeritus ProfessorArizona State University
Dr. B. L. Ramakrishna is an emeritus professor at the Arizona State University (ASU). After a PhD from the Indian Institute of Technology in Chennai, he joined the faculty at ASU in 1985. He worked as the Diane and Gary Tooker Professor at the Fulton Schools of Engineering, ASU, and has served a member of the humanitarian engineering faculty until 2016. He was the director of ASU’s Grand Challenge Scholars Program (recognized by the US National Academy of Engineering) from 2009-2013, and was responsible for the integration of research, education and outreach in areas such as affordable energy, access to clean water, safe cyberspace and increased access to health services.
Daniel FletcherAssociate Professor, BioengineeringUniversity of California, Berkeley
Dr. Dan Fletcher’s research focuses on the biophysics of cell movements and the cytoskeleton and development of biomedical devices. Recent work from his laboratory includes direct measurement of the actin networks that drive crawling motility, development of vesicle encapsulation technology for cellular reconstitution, and demonstration of fluorescence microscopy on a mobile phone.
Gary AndersenHead, Ecology DepartmentLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Sam ThenyaFounder & Group CEOThe Nairobi Women's Hospital
Dr. Sam Thenya is the Founder and Group Chief Executive Officer of The Nairobi Women’s Hospital (NWH), Gender Violence Recovery Centre (GVRC) and The Nairobi Women’s Hospital College (NWH College).
Saniya LeBlancAssistant ProfessorGeorge Washington University
Saniya LeBlanc is an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at The George Washington University. Her research goals are to develop and improve energy conversion technologies with advanced materials and manufacturing techniques. She uses scalable manufacturing processes to integrate nanostructured materials into energy technologies like photovoltaics and thermoelectrics, and she develops techno-economic models for emerging energy technologies.
Shally ShankerMission Investing ManagerThe Schmidt Family Foundation
Shally Shanker is Manager of Mission Investing for The Schmidt Family Foundation. She is responsible for the Foundation’s portfolio of program-related investments (PRI) and mission related investments (MRI), and in that role works with a team of content experts to identify, structure and manage investments that are consistent with the Foundation’s mission and return profile. The portfolio seeks to create environmental and social impact in the areas of agriculture, food, water, waste reduction, energy, health, access to finance, and human rights.