Anna de Paula Hanika
Anna is driven by the potential for technology to change the world. After 6 years at Google, working on everything from the original Nexus One launch to the Google Art Project, from building up marketing for Google’s green efforts to developing the Global Impact Awards program, she returned to a passion for health. First, leading product strategy and marketing for Open mHealth -- a nonprofit start up aiming to bring clinical meaning to digital health data through an open source data platform -- and now as part of the product team at Sum (sum.com), a NY-based start up building data-powered products that can inspire and disrupt preventive health care. At Open mHealth she developed Linq, a platform designed to bring digital health data into the heart of clinical practice in a meaningful way. She has a wealth of experience in developing and launching products, and also how technology can build a better world through innovative and sustainable solutions. She studied neurophysiology and experimental psychology at Oxford University. Anna completed her Joint Honors BSc in Experimental Psychology & Neurophysiology (PPP) at University of Oxford in 2007 and Art Foundation Degree (BTEC Diploma) from Chelsea School of Art in 2004.