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Sylvana Sinha

Founder, Chairman, and Managing Director of Praava Health

Following a rewarding career as an international lawyer and an advisor to then-Senator Obama, Sylvana Q. Sinha started Praava Health in 2016 to improve health outcomes and patient journeys in emerging markets, where 85% of the world lives but whose current systems typically prioritize profits over patients.

Designated a 2021 World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer and 2020 Fast Company World Changing Idea and Developing World Technology, Praava serves more than 200,000 patients and is tripling growth each year with a tech-forward model designed to be efficient, accessible, and scalable across emerging markets. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Praava quadrupled their patient base while maintaining a 2021 NPS of 89, at the level of the highest NPS scores for Fortune 500 companies. Praava’s work has been featured by Forbes Magazine, Financial Times, and Techcrunch.

Sylvana also has nearly two decades of experience leading teams in international law, business, development, and government relations at international law firms, management consulting firms, the World Bank, and think tanks in the Middle East and S. Asia. She has advised private and sovereign clients on investments, projects, and disputes in the Middle East, Africa, and S. Asia. Sylvana is a Life Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a member of the World Economic Forum’s UHC2030 Private Sector Constituency, and she served on Mount Sinai’s Arnold Institute of Global Health Task Force for Global Advantage. She is a graduate of Columbia Law School, Harvard’s Kennedy School, and Wellesley College and was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Oxford.

Sylvana Sinha

Founder, Chairman, and Managing Director of Praava Health

Following a rewarding career as an international lawyer and an advisor to then-Senator Obama, Sylvana Q. Sinha started Praava Health in 2016 to improve health outcomes and patient journeys in emerging markets, where 85% of the world lives but whose current systems typically prioritize profits over patients.

Designated a 2021 World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer and 2020 Fast Company World Changing Idea and Developing World Technology, Praava serves more than 200,000 patients and is tripling growth each year with a tech-forward model designed to be efficient, accessible, and scalable across emerging markets. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Praava quadrupled their patient base while maintaining a 2021 NPS of 89, at the level of the highest NPS scores for Fortune 500 companies. Praava’s work has been featured by Forbes Magazine, Financial Times, and Techcrunch.

Sylvana also has nearly two decades of experience leading teams in international law, business, development, and government relations at international law firms, management consulting firms, the World Bank, and think tanks in the Middle East and S. Asia. She has advised private and sovereign clients on investments, projects, and disputes in the Middle East, Africa, and S. Asia. Sylvana is a Life Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a member of the World Economic Forum’s UHC2030 Private Sector Constituency, and she served on Mount Sinai’s Arnold Institute of Global Health Task Force for Global Advantage. She is a graduate of Columbia Law School, Harvard’s Kennedy School, and Wellesley College and was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Oxford.