Ankita Kaulberg is a product builder and strategist. She joins Stanford’s Our Voice initiative after 10+ years leading teams in building and scaling tech products used by millions around the world. Her prior product work has ranged from building research-backed learning platforms used by millions worldwide, to early detection systems tracking the spread of infectious diseases through community health data. Additionally, she’s served as a consultant and advisor to clients including early-stage startups, Fortune 500 companies, and global non-profits. Her primary focus lies in leveraging technology to equitably address social challenges, particularly in the fields of education technology (ed-tech) and health technology (health-tech).

Beyond her product and strategy background, Ankita is dedicated to learning, teaching, and mentoring. Her written work includes contributions to The Economist and co-authoring case studies that became part of the required curriculum for MIT MBA students. In 2022, LinkedIn recognized her as one of the "Top 10 Voices in Education" for her influential blog posts on efficacious and equitable product design.

Ankita holds degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MBA) and The University of Texas-Austin (B.S Electrical Engineering).

Current Role at Stanford

Head of Product, Our Voice Platform
Stanford School of Medicine