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  • Natasha Malpani

    Natasha Malpani

    MBA, expected graduation 2018

    BioDuring my MBA at Stanford, I have focused exclusively on the digital media space, through internships, conducting an independent study with Stanford's ex-Dean, co-founding a media startup + club leadership. I am excited by the opportunities created by the disruption of the media industry. I want to help reinvent the way we create high quality, niche-audience focused content and build brands.

    Prior to pursuing an MBA, I worked at Big Society Capital, a $1 billion impact investing firm in London. As one of the company's first employees, I helped build BSC's investment strategy and team. I have also co-founded two ventures, and have a background in design thinking and immunology.

  • MD Meite

    MD Meite

    MBA, expected graduation 2018
    Masters Student in Environment and Resources

    BioMD has worked in commercial bank and international development in sales & trading and treasury roles, covering Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe.

    Originally from Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), MD holds a degree in statistics and economics and is a CFA Charterholder. He is passionate about fintech and investing in public and private markets in emerging markets, to create economic opportunities.

  • Nand Mulchandani

    Nand Mulchandani

    MSx Fellow, expected graduation 2018

    BioNand Mulchandani is a serial entrepreneur, having co-founded multiple companies with successful exits in the enterprise infrastructure and security space.

    Most recently, Nand was the Vice President of Market Development and Strategy for Citrix. In this role, Nand has led numerous projects in opening up new markets for the company, helping to develop and launch new products, strategy, and building partnerships and business alliances to execute on these initiatives.

    Nand joined Citrix through its acquisition of ScaleXtreme in May 2014, where Nand was the CEO and Co-Founder. ScaleXtreme built one of the first SaaS datacenter and cloud automation systems. Accel and Ignition Partners were the investors in ScaleXtreme.

    Prior to co-founding ScaleXtreme, Nand was an Entrepreneur-In-Residence at Accel Partners, where he started work on the company that became ScaleXtreme, in addition to working on projects in cloud computing, consumer internet, as well as advising a number of companies on product and growth strategies.

    Nand was CEO of OpenDNS, where he lead the company through a growth phase in DNS traffic, consumer router integrations, and a complete repositioning of the company to the enterprise security space. Nand also led the first venture round that the company raised from Sequoia Capital and Greylock Partners. OpenDNS was later acquired by Cisco in 2014.

    Previously, Nand was Senior Director of Product Management and Marketing at VMware, responsible for security strategy, product management, and security marketing. Before VMWare, Nand was Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Determina Inc., which was acquired by VMware in August 2007. Nand was the founding CEO of Determina where he led the company from inception to early revenue stage. Determina was backed by Bessemer Venture Partners, the Mayfield Fund, and US Venture Partners.

    Prior to Determina, Nand was co-founder and VP Product Management at Oblix, where he helped create the Identity & Access Management market and position Oblix as a leader in this space. Oblix was backed by Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers and other leading venture firms, and was acquired by Oracle in 2005.

    Nand started his career at Sun Microsystems, working on compilers and optimization, including work on the first Java compilers and the UltraSPARC chips.