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“I want my legacy to be a world where every human being lives with dignity, where everybody has access to the fundamental needs of water, food, housing, and health care, and where every person can create the world they want to be a part of.”

Anubhav is a social business and design leader with seven years of experience in the healthcare sector, five of which put him on the frontlines of development in India. In 2013, he co-founded Noora Health, a social enterprise that empowers disenfranchised family caregivers on post-discharge care. As the Chief Services Officer, he helped change the lives of more than 100,000 family members in four years, impact that led Fast Company, in 2016, to name Noora Health the second most innovative company in India. Anubhav holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Polymer Sciences and Chemical Technology from Delhi College of Engineering. At MIT IDM, Anubhav is focusing on three skills that he has found to be the most critical in creating long-lasting social impact: ability to unearth user needs; design for extreme affordability; and logistics to deliver to the “last mile.”