As Vice President of Program Innovation at Global Health Labs (GHL), Ranjani Ramamurthy leads strategic efforts to integrate effective healthcare technologies into a cohesive portfolio of solutions that together address challenges impacting the delivery of quality primary healthcare in low-and middle-income countries. 

Most recently, Ranjani served as Chief Product Officer for Truveta, a startup that uses aggregated data from health care systems for analytics and research. Prior to that, she was founder of EmpowerMD at Microsoft where her team built and shipped one of the first co-pilot like products developed for healthcare using conversational speech recognition and natural language processing. 

Ranjani earned her MD from the University of Washington. She also holds Masters degrees in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology and Science in Pilani, India.