CEO / Founder
Amanda is a technology professional and business strategy consultant with 20 years of experience leading initiatives that strengthen and optimize processes, expand revenue-generating capabilities and maximize cost savings for companies across industries.
Amanda is also a world explorer that has traveled to more than 100 countries on successful expeditions creating both film and photo documentaries.
Hospital Systems Engineer / Physician
Nupur is an MIT, Yale, and Mount Sinai-educated Emergency Medicine attending physician and Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. She studied analytical systems dynamics and operational optimization at MIT. She has consulted with many hospitals across the nation to re-design and optimize patient flow along the entire spectrum of acute and post-acute care and create road-maps for provider skills training. She assists hospitals in revamping practices and policies that aid in better meeting patients’ needs while meeting metrics and financial goals.
Expedition Strategist / Writer
Justin Baron Fornal is an internationally recognized explorer, filmmaker and writer. Fornal is a regular contributor to National Geographic and Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown. He has led expeditions in more than 20 countries. Fornal’s specialty is showcasing culture and cuisine. He has produced 40 episodes of the Emmy award winning series Bronx Flavor and went on to create and executive produce The Culinary Adventures of Baron Ambrosia for the Food Network and Cooking Channel. Last year Fornal led an expedition through Oaxaca, Mexico, documenting indigenous textiles. His article about future tourism in Oaxaca, Mexico, will be featured in National Geographic Travel’s Best In the World issue. Fornal currently creates content for National Geographic Studios and VICE Media.
Healthcare Strategist / Physician
Xiao Han is a UPenn, Albert Einstein, Mount Sinai trained Emergency Medicine resident physician with a background in engineering and mathematics. She has 7 years of experience in statistical modeling with large healthcare datasets. Her previous projects include developing software to automate seizure detection at UPenn, merging EEG and MRI data for neurosurgical planning at Yale, improving pharmaceutical supply chains to mitigate shortages in Ethiopia, and using health information exchange data to identify vulnerable patients at Mount Sinai.