Atul Satija

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Atul Satija' Bio
Atul Satija is the Founder & CEO of The/Nudge Foundation. After 17 years of starting, scaling and turning around various businesses in some of the largest and most respected organisations globally, he decided to start The/Nudge Foundation to fulfill his passion of working on inequality and social issues facing India. Previously at his 5-year stint at InMobi, Atul helped scale the organisation from a small start-up to a global leader in mobile advertising. Prior to InMobi, Atul was the Head of Mobile Business for Japan & Asia-Pacific, and Head of Business Development for India at Google. Atul has also done various sales, consulting and business development assignments across telecom and technology companies including Adobe, Samsung and Infosys.

Katherine Lucey

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Katherine Lucey' Bio
Katherine Lucey is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Solar Sister. Katherine is a Schwab Foundation Entrepreneur of the Year, an Ashoka Fellow, and a Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation Entrepreneur. She has received recognition and awards for her work with Solar Sister including Clinton Global Initiative, Social Venture Network, C3E, and International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) Champion of Change Award. She holds an M.B.A. from Georgia State University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Georgia. Prior to becoming a social entrepreneur, Katherine spent over 20 years as an investment banker on Wall Street providing structured finance solutions to the energy sector.

David Auerbach

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David Auerbach' Bio
David Auerbach is a co-founder of Sanergy, based in Nairobi, Kenya, which takes a circular economy approach to manage sanitation and organic waste in Africa’s fast growing cities. He founded Sanergy in 2011, and the organization now serves 150,000 people every day with safe sanitation, and converts 100% of the waste into agricultural inputs – insect-based animal feed, organic fertilizer, and biomass fuels. Previously, David built partnerships at Endeavor and the Clinton Global Initiative. David is an Ashoka and Echoing Green Fellow. He holds an MBA from MIT and a BA from Yale University. He has lived in Nairobi, Kenya since 2011.