I'm an award-winning social entrepreneur and biomedical engineer who combines tech commercialization, social engagement, and user-centered design to solve humanitarian problems. I have been recognized as a Forbes 30 Under 30 entrepreneur, TEDx speaker, and technical innovator.
I co-founded my social enterprise Rorus while completing my Master's in biomedical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University at the age of 21. In 3 years, we raised over $1M, researched and patented new water filter designs, conducted cross-cultural usability testing, and sold 4,000 water filters for households in India.
I recently moved to San Juan, Puerto Rico to work and consult in the growing blockchain ecosystem here.