Rajesh Anandan is an intrapreneur, entrepreneur and growth architect. He is the co-creator of UNICEF Kid Power, a wearable-for-good named one of TIME’s 25 Best Inventions of 2016, and co-founder of ULTRA Testing, a neurodiverse technology company named one of Interbrand’s Breakthrough Brands in 2017. Rajesh began his career at Microsoft as a program manager, and then joined Bain & Company where he focused on business incubation and growth strategy for technology, media, financial services, healthcare and retail clients. For the past decade, he has worked in the impact sector, including setting up and running UNICEF Ventures, an incubator for digital, social enterprises. Rajesh has a BSc and MEng in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from MIT with concentrations in Artificial Intelligence, Systems Dynamics and Economics.
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