Anjali Kataria is the CEO & Co-Founder ofMytonomy, a growth equity-backed, enterprise software company that is buildinga new Cloud for Healthcare. As home is quickly becoming the epicenter of care, Mytonomybrings the power of healthcare content streaming, advanced data analytics, andenterprise cloud software to help digitally transform clinician / patientcommunications. Mytonomy’s film studio produces evidence-based patient educationalseries which helps providers remotely educate and instruct patients at scale, reducingthe load on overworked staff. Anjali brings two decades of healthcare andtechnology experience as both an entrepreneur and executive in the public andprivate sectors and has built enduring award-winning solutions. Under herleadership, Mytonomy has raised $35M in series A and B funding and the companywas named #835 on Inc, 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies in the U.S. with a 585%three-year trailing growth rate. Prior to Mytonomy Anjali served as SeniorTechnology Advisor and Entrepreneur in Residence (“EIR”) in the Obama Administrationat the FDA(CDRH) and at the Executive Office of the President (EOP), where shehelped drive multiple transformations across federal government. Her start-upwork inside of federal government included co-leading EOP's Cloud First workinggroup, working on three initiatives that were codified in the 21stCentury Cures Act, including helping to establish the innovation pathway (afast track review process for highly innovative medical devices that can have asubstantial public impact). She also helped lead the $10M XPrize/Qualcomm Tricorder Device Competition and received the FDA Commissioner's Award for her innovation work in government.
Prior to government service, she served as VP ofProduct Strategy, Product Development at Oracle, and was Chief MarketingOfficer & Co-Founder of Conformia, a venture-backed enterprise softwarecompany acquired by Oracle.
Mytonomy was recently named a quarterfinalist inthe UCSF Digital Health Awards and the Mytonomy Studio has received 50+ Tellyand Digital Health Awards for it’s innovative and engaging content. She's alsobeen named one of the Top 8 influential women in Health IT by Fierce, SiliconValley’s FWEE Trailblazer, and a Top 100 visionary in Lifesciences by PharmaManufacturing. She currently serves on the Duke University Sanford Schoolof Public Policy Board, and has been a TiE DC Charter Member and Board Memberin the past.
Anjali received her A.B. from Duke University asa BN Duke Merit Scholar and her Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard KennedySchool of Government where she was awarded the Pacific Bin Soka award for herthesis on ending exploitative child labor practices. She was a SpringboardFellow in 2001 and most recently, a Health Evolution Institute Fellow2019-2020.
She’s a frequent speaker on entrepreneurship andinnovation in large and small companies, as well as establishing an innovationmindset to drive successful transformation. In her spare time she enjoys scriptwriting, cooking, playing tennis, hiking, reading and listening to music. Herfirst company was in the wine space and she continues to find joy indiscovering new wines.