181 — Shelley Saxena

Podcast Summary:

One of the joys of hosting this podcast is meeting entrepreneurs like Shelley. He combines social entrepreneurship with technology with inspired leadership to have a BIG and growing impact.

You’ll hear him talk about:

  • The importance of expert hiring when leading an international company
  • Moving away from micro-management and into delegation and trust

Click to Tweet @saxenas, #founder #CEO of @Sevamob, ‏#AI enabled healthcare platform for under-served https://fromfoundertoceo.com/?p=2919


Name: Shelley Saxena, Founder & CEO

Company: Sevamob

Headquartered In: Atlanta, Georgia

Powerful Promise of Value: Sevamob provides primary healthcare services in under-served urban and rural areas in India and Southern Africa. On a subscription model, their popup clinics provide comprehensive care onsite, which includes consultations, medicines, 26 different rapid tests at point-of-care, dental, vision, diet planning and more. Their tech platform provides infrastructure for tele-health, healthcare IT and point-of-care diagnostics to 3rd party clinics. Their customers include schools, employers, corporate CSR, NGOs, hospitals and clinics.

Contact: www.sevamob.com, LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/shelley-saxena-5a356253

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