Award-winning health-tech entrepreneur & ex-Public Health professional. Member of the MIT I-Corps program. Honored to serve one of the most human causes: decentralized and smart community-driven care continuity solutions for family caregivers in the US, and for aging populations at large. She is the winner of MIT Hacking Medicine Grand Prize & Weill Cornell Medicine Award ’18 in health systems innovation, and was recognized by the US Department of State to participate at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, selected as one out of 1200 hand-picked entrepreneurs from around the world – by nomination of the American Embassy in Kuwait. She is supported by the National Science Foundation, and has two aims: make societies aging-friendly, and inspire the younger generation to pour their innovation where it is needed the most: the intersection of Public Health and technology.