Rajesh Anandan is an impact entrepreneur and growth architect. He is the co-founder and CEO of Ultranauts, an award winning data & software quality engineering firm with employees in 30 states, 75% of whom are on the autism spectrum. Named a FastCompany World Changing Idea, MIT SOLVE Challenge Winner and Interbrand Breakthrough Brand, Ultranauts is reimagining how a company hires talent, manages teams and develops careers. Rajesh is also the founder of Unicef Kid Power which launched the world’s first Wearable-for-Good product and was named one of TIME’s 25 Best Inventions. He began his career at Microsoft, worked at Bain & Company, launched Unicef Ventures, and currently lectures at MIT. Rajesh has a BSc and MEng in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from MIT with concentrations in AI, Systems Dynamics and Economics.