Sonali Tripathy
Chief Business Officer, Embryyo

Posted: February 26, 2016

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Sonali Tripathy is the Chief Business Officer – Women’s Health at Embryyo, a medical devices solutions company. Earlier to her stint as an entrepreneur, she has gathered five plus years of experience in the healthcare industry at some of the esteemed organisations such as GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare and Stryker.

A graduate from IIT Bombay, she is ever inquisitive and a medical technology enthusiast. Technology interventions to address challenges of healthcare accessibility & affordability in low and middle income countries, are her keen areas of interest. To excel in impact creation through her role at Embryyo, she took upon an Impact Business Leadership (IBL) course at Indian School of Business (ISB), which in her opinion has been instrumental in deeply understanding impact investments and ventures worldwide.

At Embryyo, leading the Women’s Health vertical through the flagship product CerviScope, an assistive cervical cancer screening tool for the community, she succeeded in placing the team as one of the top ten winners at “Intel DST Innovate for Digital India Challenge”, attaining an accelerator program at CIIE (Center for Innovation Incubation and Entrepreneurship), IIM Ahmedabad in collaboration with Lester Center of Entrepreneurship at Haas Business School, University of California Berkeley. She was awarded with an opportunity to visit our honorary President’s house to share Embryyo’s solution around cervical cancer, well aligned to Digital India vision of healthcare accessibility.

She has also been titled as top 6 women Entrepreneur at Women Entrepreneurship Quest ‘2015.  She is delighted to be a part of the Women’s Web Network.

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