CEO | Founder
Dr. Priyanjali Datta has laid brick by brick to democratize Preventive Healthcare and Public Health ideation for combating Breast Cancer till the last mile of India.
As a college-going sophomore at the age of 21, She aims to bridge Social and Healthcare Innovation across the globe to reach India’s Tier 3 and 4 Rural women. Constantly working to integrate IoT solutions, venturing out for AI to establish sustainable solutions for Preventive Healthcare. We wish and work towards establishing these quick health solutions accessible to every Indian woman. “I believe a medico is the best human resource to work as a social entrepreneur for Healthcare solutions. We work on the ground to save lives and off the ground to facilitate it. Looking at the scenario of Indian Healthcare system, I have taken it upon me to make our future better and for those who need us.”
Board of Advisory
Prof. Dr. Pramod Kumar Julka (Padmashree Awardee)
Former Dean & Professor, Oncology at AIIMS, New Delhi. Currently Sr. Director- Max Institute of Cancer Care, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi. Known for his incredible first Peripheral Stem Cell Transplant followed by High Dose Chemotherapy (Limca Book Of Records, 1998). He works closely with Government of India to inspect cancer centers across the country under National Cancer Control Programme. He served as a member of Speciality Board ( National Board of Examination) to form the curriculum for DNB-RT in the country. Served as a member of a doctoral committee for Ph.D. (Oncology). He is the nominated for an academic council of Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University and Chairman (Imaging and oncology) for Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
MD (Oncology) Maulana Azad Medical College WHO Fellowship at MD Anderson Hospital, Houston, Texas and Long Beach Memorial Cancer Hospital, Long Beach, California, USA.
Ronald van het Hof, Dutch nationality, living in Gurgaon, India. He has 30+ years broad retail experience in design, sourcing, sales and marketing, supply chain management, omnichannel management and change management. Worked as CEO for a number of leading retail chains in the Benelux and has received several Retail Awards. Ronald has been working as an expert-volunteer (2008-2012) at Women on Wings and supported many Indian social enterprises in their growth with his broad management experience next to his professional career in the Benelux.
Early 2013, he shifted to India to establish the women on Wings office in India with the aim to build up a strong Indian organization and partner-base to achieve its goal: co-create 1 million jobs for women in rural India. Women on Wings strongly believes that if you create a sustainable job for a woman, it will benefit her entire family, the community, the next generations and thus breaking the cycle of poverty. Since early 2013, Ronald is Managing Director at Women on Wings. He is currently working with 30+ Indian social enterprises/NGOs to scale their businesses in a professional and sustainable way and thus co-creating jobs. Till date, 2,30,000 jobs have been co-created.
Ronald is Director at Wings International Private Limited in Delhi and at Mandala Apparels in Pondicherry.
Dr. Sovan Sarkar is a Birmingham Fellow at the University of Birmingham, and a Former Fellow at Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge in the UK. He is also involved in setting up scientific collaborations with India.Previously, he graduated from the University of Cambridge followed by post-doctoral positions at the University of Cambridge and the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research in Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His laboratory works on the regulation and therapeutic application of autophagy in human physiology and disease using human embryonic stem cells and disease-specific induced pluripotent stem cells. One of his major research contributions is the identification of mTOR-independent signaling pathways and small molecules modulating autophagy that have tremendous biomedical relevance as therapeutic candidates for diverse diseases including neurodegenerative disorders. He aims to develop a pipeline originating from basic biology to drug discovery, and potentially translate the findings for biomedical applications. He has co-authored over 50 scientific publications that have collectively received over 12000 citations and 4 patents. His notable awards include the Gates Cambridge Scholarship, Hughes Hall Research Fellowship, Biochemical Society Early Career Research Award in Cell Biology and Birmingham Fellowship.
- Ph.D. in Medical Genetics, Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, University of Cambridge, UK, 2007.
- MSc in Biotechnology, School of Biotechnology, Madurai Kamaraj University, India, 2002.
- BSc in Physiology (Hons), Presidency College, University of Calcutta, India, 2000.
Since 2012, Mary is working in high-tech and Internet companies providing research and analysis of online behavior and cyber-psychology for the purposes of designing new apps and advanced AI systems, improving user interface, and adding meaning to big data results and to quantitative researchers. She is publishing in different articles and she is a member in several teams and groups dedicated to the promotion of anthropology and social sciences in the business world with the hope that deeper understanding of human needs and emotions and more empathy will lead to a better world. Anthropology being a mélange of fields and specialties is by definition the key to mutual respect and understanding since it encompasses all life and values within its world.