is Cofounder of
Sano Intelligence, a
company developing a powerful mobile health monitoring product that will
reveal new insights about stage zero care.
Before Sano Intelligence, he was an Associate at General Catalyst Partners, where he identified growth investments in the core themes of clean energy, consumer, new media and internet, software, systems, and services.
Previously, Raj was founder of PunchWheel, a mobile and web development studio, and worked at Financo, where he advised companies in the retail and e-commerce sectors, at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, where he advised companies in the financial services industry, and at Meridian Capital Partners, a $3.2 billion fund of hedge funds. He performed research on Google’s search engine efficacy presented at the 43rd International Conference on System Sciences in January 2010.
He coauthored Self-Regulating Public Servant, Profitable Internet Innovator, or Rapacious Monopoly: Assessing Google, Thinking about the Possibility of Regulation.
Raj graduated Magna Cum Laude from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2010 with a B.S. in Economics and a concentration in Finance.
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