Managing Partner and co founder of J-Ventures
Oded Hermoni is the managing partner and co founder of J-Ventures and J-Angels, a Silicon Valley based VC fund, which invested in 38 companies since 2015 (Portfolio includes: UP9, Hourly, ConertIo, Phylagen, Physera, Cabin, Home365, BeeHero, Wevo, Calmigo, MachEye, Adway, Reniac, 8E14, Kameleon, NeuraLegion, BabyAtion. He is the former head of the
Israeli VC Association (IVA) and Founded and led HTIA (now IATI), the largest umbrella organization of the Israeli High Tech, and a speaker in many tech conferences (Tiecon, PreMoney, HTIA, TheMarker, SVOD,) and Universities (Stanford, Wharton). Oded is an investor and entrepreneur. Over the past 15 years, Oded has been involved with over 50 tech companies as investor/board member/ advisor, and founded two start ups (one was acquired by Yellow pages (2006). Between 2012 - 2020 Oded served as a partner at Rhodium VC, an Israel/US fund with a single LP, founded by Daniel Recanati.
CEO, Incubation, Healthcare Technology Innovation Centre at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM)
Muthu Singram is the CEO of Healthcare Technology Innovation Centre (HTIC), a multi-disciplinary R&D centre, is a joint initiative of Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM) and Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India that brings together technologists, engineers, doctors and healthcare professionals, industry and government to develop healthcare technologies
Business Thought Leader & Strategic Advisor
Sanjay Srivastava is recognized amongst Asia's exceptional growth leaders for building business platforms, ecosystems and “Make in India”. He has 25+ years of cutting-edge experience in global Destination creation, running large P&Ls, JV Investment Platforms and M&A.
He has been a CEO, Board Director and has led businesses at Mahindra Group, Accenture, Tata Group and CRISIL.
Sanjay has won many accolades including being felicitated as Most Admired Leader for “Business Transformation and Make in India.”
Sanjay is an active Advisor and Mentor for multiple startups across HealthCare/ HealthTech, Technology, Media and EdTech domains.
Head West Coast - USISPF(Jan 2018 - Till Now)
Santa Clara, United States
Dipty is the Head of West Coast Division of USISPF where she works with the US and Indian Government, Enterprises/MNCs and Late Stage Startups supporting their needs for Policy Advocacy, State Engagements and Business to Business interactions for cross border growth across sectors including Healthcare. She was the co-founder and CEO of FalconX, a leading startup engine and investment vehicle focused on building, growing and scaling technology-driven startups. Dipty was Senior Director of Operations and Business Development at TiE Silicon Valley where she helped create programs focused on inspiring, educating, mentoring, incubating, funding and connecting the entrepreneurs. She is also the co-chair of TiE Global Health and TiEcon Healthcare Track. She is an advisor for healthcare startups and has contributed to due diligence, screening and curating of entrepreneurial ideas for pitch presentations and venture investments.
With strong science and business expertise she has been responsible for industry research, company analysis, business development, and thought leadership, which has helped position Dipty at the forefront of disruptions in the tech industry. Dipty carried out her doctoral work on cancer research at the UCSF Med Center and her post-doctoral research in human genomics at Stanford University. She has worked for NASA, Roche and Hoechst in addition to a few startups. Her scientific expertise and peer-reviewed publications are in the fields of biochemistry, molecular biology, genomics and cancer research. Her passion for innovation and entrepreneurship and solving problems that impact the world has led her to work with entrepreneurs at the cutting edge of science and technology.