Anjali brings a breadth of experience ranging from advising on commercial matters to providing strategic insight and advice on key contracts to the Department of Defence, Department of Home Affairs, and other high-profile clients. She has been working on COVID-19 outbreak coronial inquiries, WHO contract assignments, and other healthcare and quarantine projects in Australia and overseas.
In the field of delivery science, investigators with a medical degree often bring a unique perspective to their research. This is especially true for Anjali Gopalan, MD, MS, whose past experience as a physician treating patients grappling with a diabetes diagnosis informs her current work as a research scientist at the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research.
Anjali comes to One Medical with years of experience leading product teams and building best-in-class digital health, enterprise software, and e-commerce solutions. Most recently, she served as VP of Product at Optum, where she led the Navigation and Care product teams, building a suite of products serving over 50 million members. In this role, Anjali helped build consumer-first experiences across care, wellness, and benefits technology.
At One Medical, Anjali is focused on building the best care-centric healthcare technology in the industry. Her expertise lies in her ability to create a product vision that marries user experience with operational scale. She believes strongly that healthcare should be compassionate, affordable, and equitable, and asserts that healthcare technology should be designed and created around the user. She is eager to help One Medical continue to deliver a simpler, more compassionate healthcare experience.
Dr. Rajadhyaksha's current work is focused on examining neuronal voltage-gated L-type Ca2 channel subunits, Cav1.2 and Cav1.3 in experience-dependent plasticity. She is currently pursuing the following projects in her laboratory.1. Use of genetic mutant mouse models to delineate the roles of the voltage-gated L-type Ca2 channel subunits, Cav1.2 and Cav1.3 in psychostimulant-induced addictive behaviors and to explore the molecular mechanisms by which Cav1.2 and Cav1.3 channels mediate persistent adaptations in dopamine and glutamate neurotransmission in the rodent brain.2. Use of RNA interference (RNAi) to generate spatial and temporal knockdown of Cav1.2 and Cav1.3 to examine the molecular mechanisms of learning and memory.3. To identify mechanisms of dysregulation of Ca2 signaling in Autism spectrum disorder, a brain developmental disorder.
Anjali Radia develops and provides legal and compliance guidance and interpretation, both internally and with clients, on all aspects of existing and proposed benefits-related laws and regulations. She has experience practicing employee benefits law and employment law, serving clients with a variety of employment-related issues, including health and welfare employee benefits, accommodations, employment discrimination and harassment, employment contracts and employer communications.
Prior to joining OneDigital, Anjali spent several years as in-house counsel at a global talent-management company advising on corporate, employee benefits and employment law issues. She also has experience advising on employee benefits compliance obligations with a national provider of consumer-directed healthcare solutions.
VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / April 20, 2021 / With over two decades of experience on stage and screen, Anjali Bhimani has learned a thing or two about riding the waves of the industry. Today, boasting a body of work filled with big-screen successes, she shares 6 tips to help others in the acting industry enjoy the wild ride filled with highs and lows.
With over 20 years of experience, Anjali boasts an impressive resumé that few can rival. Most actors only last one year due to high rates of burnout and rejection. But Anjali is not like most actors.
Anjali's industry experience has been nothing short of extraordinary, and today she shares 6 pieces of advice for other artists, performers, and creatives in the space to help them push past the challenges and embrace the ride.
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Daily housekeeping, a gated entrance with a security booth, a concierge, and a personal chef are just some of the benefits offered by Casa Anjali, where the first-class experience goes far beyond its impressive facilities.
Anjali graduated as Valedictorian from the Acupuncture and Massage College in Kendall, FL and accomplished 4 academic years within 2-1/2 years attaining extensive clinical experience and an above average academic record. She has a Master's in Oriental Medicine and is a Department of Health, Board of Acupuncture Licensed Acupuncture Physician in the State of Florida. After re-locating to Califonia, she also graduated Summa Cum Laude from Emperor's College in Santa Monica, CA-completeing her Master's Degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine. She is Board Certified in California and NCCAOM Certified in Acupuncture.
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Each year, Nicholas School of the Environment students complete internships with organizations around the world. These internships provide valuable opportunities to gain career-related experience and build a professional network.
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Dr. Anjali Bhatt Saxena, MD is a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and the Director of Peritoneal Dialysis at the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose, California. She has served as the Medical Director for an independent Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) Clinic in San Jose, CA since 2004, overseeing a large PD clinic. She is a dedicated member of the faculty of the Stanford Nephrology Fellowship Program, serves as the site director for Nephrology Fellowship education, and has received several teaching awards. She is engaged in providing education in home dialysis, and as such has been a faculty member of the Home Dialysis University (HDU) since 2007, providing home dialysis education to hundreds of US Nephrology Fellows and Nephrologists at all levels of experience. She has delivered numerous invited lectures at international meetings such as ASN-Kidney Week, the Annual Dialysis Conference, and International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis World Congress. She has published book chapters in key Nephrology texts as well as manuscripts on peritoneal dialysis and renal pathophysiology in various peer-reviewed journals.
We need all kinds of voices at the tables of power where decisions are made. Just as those who have held elected office before will bring the knowledge gained from that experience, others with different life experiences will bring their own perspectives. All of those are important as they will often bring something new that may not have been looked at otherwise.
So how can technology executives reverse this trend No one has all the answers, but our research and interviews with CIOs and tech leaders reveal a wide range of approaches that, when combined, can lead to comprehensive strategies designed to recruit and retain talented experienced women and other underrepresented groups. An objective of these strategies is to advance more women into senior leadership roles so they may inspire, mentor, and serve as role models for those coming up behind them. Over time, these strategies and behaviors can contribute to an inclusive, diverse workforce that supports enterprise innovation and growth as we explored in Paving diverse paths to technology leadership and Innovating for all.
By hiring technologists who reflect the makeup of their markets, T-Mobile believes it can deliver the best product experience to their customers. Of course, there are challenges. Sanford finds recruiting diverse technologists is easier in some geographies than others. Given the massive shift to remote work, CIOs, such as Sanford, may also be able recruit untapped technology talent independent of geographical boundaries.
Additionally, relationships between employers and employees may continue despite career pauses or organizational exits. Former employees can be brand ambassadors, potential clients or vendors for future work, referral sources for additional recruits, or even future talent, if they opt to return. Those who do return may have refreshed career goals or even want to pursue a new career path; programs such as apprenticeships and returnships can provide the care and attention needed by diverse, experienced women reentering the workforce.
Recruiting experienced, diverse technology candidates is only half the battle. Retaining them requires leadership commitment to a holistic DEI strategy that cultivates an inclusive culture (figure 4).
Niki Allen, Molly Greek, Priya Priyadarshini, Deepti Rohatgi, and Cody Sanford for taking the time to share their perspectives and lessons learned on strategies to recruit and retain diverse experienced women in tech. 153554b96e