January 22nd, 2021Delivering service in compliance with rules & regulations governing Not-For-Profit (NFP) organizationsWebinar SpeakersMr. Kamlesh VikamseyMr. Nishant SinghMr. Israel TannenbaumWebinar ModeratorMr. Rajesh TripathiWebinar ChairMr. Suresh Shenoy
February 26th, 2021Social Impact InvestingWebinar SpeakersMr. Vikram GuptaMr. Meyyappan NagappanMr. Mukesh SharmaMr. Arjun MalhotraWebinar ModeratorMr. Sanjay KadaveruWebinar ChairMr. Yogesh Andlay
March 26th, 2021Corporate Funding of Social Projects Through CSRWebinar SpeakersMr. Akshay SaxenaMr. Rahul RishiMr. Nixon JosephMrs. Sarbani ChakravartyWebinar ModeratorMr. Yogesh AndlayWebinar ChairAmbassador Pradeep Kapur
April 30th, 2021The Integrated Development of Village ClusterWebinar SpeakersMr. Sunil KumarMr. Sanjay PatkiDr. Sundar KamathWebinar ModeratorAmbassador Pradeep KapurWebinar ChairDr. Smita Siddhanti
June 26th, 2021COVID - Field Work ExperiencesWebinar SpeakersDr. Mukul BhatiaDr. Thakor PatelMs. Neena JollyWebinar ModeratorMr. Bajrang BagraWebinar ChairDr. Raj Shah
July 31st, 2021Digital Healthcare - Fighting COVID with Technology at ScaleWebinar SpeakersDr. Alain LabriqueDr. Kunal ParikhProf. Suman ChakrabortyWebinar ModeratorDr. Amita GuptaWebinar ChairDr. Raj Shah
August 28th, 2021Infrastructures for Public Healthcare SystemWebinar SpeakersDr. Sanjay MukherjeeMr. Kalyan ChakravartyDr. Manoj MondalDr. Ramana RaoWebinar ModeratorMr. Arjun MalhotraWebinar ChairDr. Nitish Thakor
September 25th, 2021Public Health Policy & Digital HealthCare Systems for Dealing with PandemicsWebinar SpeakersMr. Arjun MalhotraDr. K. Srinath ReddyDr. Krishna VatsaProf. Shiv Kumar SarinWebinar ModeratorMr. Rajat GuptaWebinar ChairAmbassador Pradeep Kapur
Adheesh P published Record 315 Health Clinics Established in India in Latest News 2022-03-01 12:48:45 -0500Record 315 Health Clinics Established in India315 Telemedicine Centers established so far by the WHEELS Health Council project "HEART" (Healthcare Easy Access for Rural community via Telemedicine).
We hope this inspires more people to participate in expanding such selfless services to the unprivileged in the coming months and years in achieving the goal to reach 10,000 telemedicine operations by 2024.
Thanks to Dr. Raj Shah for his leadership and persistence. Kudos to all the members of the Health Council for the phenomenal work. Know more about WHEELS Telemedicine Project "HEART".
Adheesh P published Sanand Nutrition Project - WIN Foundation in Blogs & Newsletters 2021-11-28 10:57:53 -0500Sanand Nutrition Project - WIN Foundation
The greater effectiveness of Market creating interventions for social impact than pure supply-side approaches has been studied and put forth by late Prof. Clayton Christensen and his team. WIN Foundation’s nutrition projects follow this market creation approach through a simultaneous Push (Supply) and Pull (Demand) approach. The project involves nearly 100% women in project leadership and execution. The objective of the projects are:
Our new nutrition multistakeholder project, with Samerth Charitable trust as implementing NGO partner launched in September 2021, is progressing fast in mobilizing, training, and developing women entrepreneurs in the area of Sanand covering 5 villages with appx. 25000 population. 30 potential women participating actively participated in the sessions, towards their journey as nutrition entrepreneurs.
- To promote women empowerment through women-led micro-enterprises.
- To promote nutritive intake in the vulnerable communities, focusing on children and young women
Mr. Nikesh Ingle, certified master trainer is conducting training to train the project field stall and also the budding potential women entrepreneurs to support them for all stages of business.
Adheesh P published Innovation for Social Impact | Science in Action Series in Blogs & Newsletters 2021-11-13 12:52:22 -0500WHEELS India Niswarth (WIN) Foundation's October 2021 Newsletter!
WIN continues to address the critical challenges in the area of Maternal and child nutrition. We have launched a new project in these 5 villages in Sanand, Ahmedabad. It follows our multistakeholder approach, with Samerth Charitable Trust as a principal implementation partner, with additional support from SMDT for nutrition training, CTARA-IIT Bombay for nutrition recipe/analysis expertise, and Mr. Nikesh Ingle for women microentrepreneurship training.
With the iTIC Incubator at IIT Hyderabad, we had launched `WIN Challenge - Track 1’ for AI/ML solutions for - Infant Child Growth and Health Monitoring through photographs uploaded on the cloud from regular mass-market smartphones. This is a critical part of the solution for malnutrition. The 2 selected winners have begun working on solutions for this critical challenge.
WIN Foundation is again a category partner for the domains of (1) Water and Sanitation and (2) Maternal and child health, for the National Bio Entrepreneurship Competition (NBEC) 2021, organized by C-CAMP on behalf of the Department of Biotechnology. WIN Foundation has been the category partner for NBEC -2019 & 2020 for these two domains. The grand finale of this competition will be held in the month of December’21.
WIN continues to support the adoption of innovations in our domains at the grassroots through various programs. In this, we continue to (i) scout for more relevant innovations, (ii) increase adoption through skilling within the community to understand and use the innovative technologies in the field.
We have launched our online Skilling platform https://skillingtowin.org. It is based on the widely used open platform. We offer the usage of this platform at no cost to the NGOs, Startups, Institutions, and another skilling/training providers for any social impact skilling/training program, under their own banner. Our platform offers the following:
- A partner home page.
- Partners can offer any number of courses to any number of students.
- Ability to define course curriculum and sequence, a wide variety of course content and reference material, evaluation including assignment, discussion forums, and certifications.
WIN Foundation's vision to support innovations for sustainable social impact requires us to continuously seek science and technology which can be translated to the field and adopted by communities, with help of our NGO partners. Under this series, we aim to bring simple and compact articles talking about actionable insights and solutions for challenges facing our society, which NGOs, professionals, communities themselves to improve the quality of life and work at the grassroots, and also improve public services and natural resource management. We present 3 articles on this issue and will bring more such articles to future issues. We welcome contributions to this series.
WIN Foundation Innovation Support programs
WIN CHALLENGE – AI/ML FOR CHILD GROWTH AND HEALTH MONITORING
WIN Foundation, with its Incubator at IIT Hyderabad, jointly organized the WIN Challenge – Track 1, in June-July’21. The focus area of this challenge is `Child Growth and Health Monitoring, using AI /ML’, a critical technology to tackle malnutrition in India. The jury members of `WIN challenge’ selected two candidates, who, together with their teams have begun work under the iTIC pre-incubation program to develop technology for Child Growth and Health Monitoring, with fellowship and domain-networking/mentoring support from WIN and funding and mentoring support through iTIC-IITH.WINNERS!
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WHEELS Water CouncilVision
WHEELS Water Council aspires to become ‘trusted partners’ to catalyze holistic rural resurgence through Collaborative Governance for rural infrastructure and, integrated water conservation and management with technology as the enabler.Mission
Interventions for use of appropriate technology in the country at scale with collaborative multi stakeholder partnerships, leverage best practices spanning academia, scientific and research organizations, IITs, social enterprises, grassroots organizations, Industry, and others.Team Leaders - WHEELS Water Council
Mrs. Gauri Kumar
IAS (Retd) & Former Secretary - Govt of India, Chairperson - WHEELS Water Council
Mr. Yogesh Andlay
Director - WGF India, Founder - Nucleus Software, Co-chair - WHEELS Water Council
Mr. Sushil Bhatia
Director - WGF, Founder & President - Infobrella Inc., Co-chair - WHEELS Water CouncilMembers - WHEELS Water Council
Ambassador Pradeep Kapur
Executive Director, Smart Village Development Framework (SVDF) - WGF, Former Ambassador of India & Secretary - Govt of India
President - WHEELS Global Foundation, President - Alyxtech Inc.
Chairperson - WGF India, Co-founder & Former Chairperson - Mastek
Program Director (Livelihood) - WHEELS Global Foundation, President - EnDyna Inc.
Prof. Ranjan Kumar Ghosh
Associate Professor, Center for Management in Agriculture - IIM Ahmedabad
Board Member - WGF, Co-founder & Managing Partner - Carbon Group Global
Secretary - WHEELS Global Foundation, Founder - Paradigm Inc.Mentors - WHEELS Water Council
Dr Raj Shah
Chairman - HealthCare Council - WHEELS Global Foundation
Mrs Mansi Sharma
Research Associate - Mission Samriddhi
Mr Kewal Nohria
CEO & Co-Founder, World BPO/ITO Forum
Mr Shantilal Muttha
Founder, Shantilal Muttha Foundation
Prof Sudhir Jain
Vice-Chancellor, Banaras Hindu University
Mr Joseph Fernandes
President and Co-Founder - IIT-IIT.org
Mr Sundar Kamath
Senior VP (Technology), CTO - Sanmina Corporation
Mr Apoorva Oza
CEO - Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP, India)
Prof Ajit Chaturvedi
Director - IIT-Roorkee
Dr Bhakti Devi
National President of Water Resources Council
Mr Kartik Kilachand
Executive Chairman - IITians Influencing India's Transformation
Dr Prakasam Tata
Executive Director - Center for the Transformation of Waste Technology
Mr Dunu Roy
Chemical Engineer, Social Scientist & Political EcologistProject - Water Security Pilot Project, Himachal Pradesh
- A Pilot Project for Integrated Water Management, based on Scientific Data and Evidence-based Decision Support System.
- A partnership between the state government of Himachal Pradesh and Wheels Global Foundation.
- A model of convergence for water security at the village level.
- Launch of a customized Portal for sustainable convergence at the state level- to be launched by AS, JJM.
Water is the most critical element, intimately impacting particularly rural lives, economy, health, and livelihoods, and with serious consequences if not addressed now. It is also intricately linked to the achievement of several Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
WHEELS Water Council is working with the State Government of Himachal Pradesh for a scalable and replicable pilot project for water security, through integrated water management, based on scientific data and evidence-based decision support systems. This is being implemented in 22 selected villages of Bilaspur, Solan, Mandi, and Kangra districts.
WGF has signed a formal MoU with the State Government, to implement this Pilot Project for undertaking the works recommended by the Consortium of WGF Partners, spanning scientific research group (ACWADAM), academia (IIT Roorkee), social technology enterprise (PSI), and grassroots organizations (CORD, MVS, and RTDC), with proven capability in the domain.
Field visit at Kasba(Khidku) in Narwana Khas Panchayat of Kangra, Himachal Pradesh.
Field visit to a village in Jhandutta and interaction with the community, Panchayat Reps and BDO Jhandutta
Presentation & Demonstration of the Portal Mock-up to the Chief Secretary, Additional Chief Secretary, and Secretaries of the State Government; Additional District Collectors and Field Officers of the concerned Blocks of the Districts, 29th June.
Meeting with ACS RD in the presence of departmental Secretaries and Field officers during 3rd Visit to Himachal Pradesh
Detailed follow-up discussion with Director, Rural Development, Engineer-in-Chief and other officers including Prof. Ranjan of IIM-Ahmedabad also joined.The Making of “Trusted Partnership”
- Scientific Data and Evidence-based Recommendations for Source Augmentation, Water Infrastructure works, storage, etc. through PSI and ACWADAM
- Technical capacity building through ACWADAM and PSI
- Independent technical data monitoring with AWS through IIT Roorkee
- Community Ownership and Community Institutions- through Grassroot Organizations Portal for convergence and sustainability
- Third-party Socio-economic evaluation
- Execution of the works through the convergence of various schemes across departments
Scope of Project
- Water security, through integrated water management, is based on scientific data and evidence-based decision support systems.
- Scientific Data and evidence-based decision support systems through IIT Roorkee and ACWADAM.
- Engage user communities (PSI with DIAs) - the long-term conservation of water, resources, and their recharge areas, Demand Management, Grey/ Black Water Management, Paani Samiti
- A Consortium of partners with proven capabilities in this domain led by the People’s Science Institute
- Strong Focus on Third-party Monitoring and Evaluation, A unified Project Portal & dashboard
OutcomesNatural resource productivityBetter water quality (Desirable/permissible values are given separately)
Soil erosion check – soil and water augmentation
Spring discharge and streamflow
Social ImpactPer capita water accessibility (to measure the equitable distribution systems)
Participation of weaker sections of society and women in institutions
Better health indicators due to better water quality
Reduction in the drudgery of women
Economic ImpactFodder availability and increased production of livestock
Per capita increased availability of drinking water
Enhanced agriculture productivity
Sustainability of the programNo. of cadre trained in spring shed development and their knowledge level
Strong village level institutions – social actions, participation
Roadmap for future springshed development
Team Overview - WHEELS Water Council
- Close collaboration with the state govt, through all the concerned departments
- Close collaboration with the state govt, through all the concerned departments
- Association of multiple levels of organizations, from grassroots to a PMC NGO, to a scientific organization like Acwadam, to IIT R.
- Each Village is a sub-project with convergence through Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP) and Village Action Plan (VAP), its sub-plan.
- A structured engagement with Outcomes
- Convergence matrix- outcomes, milestones, activities, and tasks, mapped in the Portal
- Pools in the village level data in one place, across agencies and departments
- Scientific data and evidence-based support system for optimal water infrastructure
- Convergence of various schemes of the departments, for holistic and integrated execution
- Community mobilization and ownership for long-term sustainability.
- Clear outcomes are identified and to be monitored through Automatic Weather Stations by IIT Roorkee. The socio-economic aspects would be through third-party evaluation.
- IIM Ahmedabad is undertaking action research on ‘collaborative governance through convergence’, keeping the transformational potential of the Project for policy scholarship and replicability in view
Mrs. Gauri KumarGauri Kumar is a retired member of the 1979 batch of Indian Administrative Services (IAS). She was Secretary (Coordination and Public Grievances), Cabinet Secretariat, and served as Member/Chairperson of the Public Enterprises Selection Board, post her retirement. In the course of her distinguished career, she served as Secretary in the Union Ministry of Labour & Employment and in the Ministry of Home Affairs (Border Management). She has served as Special/Additional Secretary, Ministry of Mines and Additional Secretary and Financial Advisor, Ministry of Environment and Forests. She has also been Principal Secretary, Urban Development; Principal Secretary, Industries & Mines, Industries Commissioner, and Secretary, Education Department in the Government of Gujarat. She also held the position of Director-General, National Institute of Fashion and Technology, Ministry of Textiles.
Gauri Kumar holds a degree of BSc in Physics, Mathematics, and Statistics from Allahabad University. She completed her MSc in Mathematics from Lucknow University and was awarded seven gold medals in the course of her studies, for exceptional academic distinction. She also holds a Master in Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. She was awarded the Littauer Fellowship by Harvard University, for her commitment to excellence, academic achievement, and public service.
She is currently an Independent Director on the Boards of Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited (GSFC), Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd (GNFC), TVS Supply chain Solutions, and Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation Ltd (GMDC). She is appointed by CVC as an Independent External Monitor for the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) and the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL).
She is the Founder of an Edu tech startup which has launched an integrated Learning Platform for the whole education eco-system, encompassing teachers, students, parents, and schools. It’s positioned as a medium for making quality education accessible at scale. She is a Special Invitee to the Management Committee of the Bangalore Chamber of Industry & Commerce (BCIC).
She is the Founder and Trustee of Vayah Vikas, an organization for the elderly, based in Bengaluru. She is on the Advisory Board of Pahle India Foundation. She is a Member of the Board of Governors of Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration, Ahmedabad.
She is the Delhi Public School (DPS) Society nominee on the Management Committees of several DPS schools in Gujarat and UP. She has contributed a chapter on ‘Industry and Labour’ in the recently published book ‘Accelerating India: 7 Years of Modi Government’, edited by Shri K J Alphons, Member of Parliament, and a foreword by Shri Ajit Doval, National Security Adviser to the Prime Minister of India.
Mr. Sushil BhatiaDr. Sushil Bhatia is the President of Anu Data Inc. He pursued his B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering from IIT Bombay in 1966 and later Ph.D. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University in 1972.
Recollecting memories associated with IIT Bombay, he said, “Those were the days. First time out of my parents’ house and living by myself. Making new friends, playing, teasing, bonding, having fun along with learning technical skills. Learning to learn technology as well as dealing with people”.
Mr. Yogesh AndlayYogesh Andlay is a founding team member of several leading well-known companies in the IT, consultancy, and education fields. He is the Co-founder of Nucleus Software, Grows Talent Co Ltd., and School of Inspired Leadership. Yogesh, the alumnus of the IITD 1979 batch, was President of the IIT Delhi Alumni Association during the year 2006-07. He has also been an active participant in PanIIT Alumni activities. Yogesh serves on the board of SOIL – School of Inspired Leadership (www.soilindia.net). SOIL has been recognized as a pioneer in leadership education and has won laurels for its unique approach to leadership development. It is founded on five pillars of mindfulness, ethics, compassion, diversity, and sustainability. Yogesh has been an advisor to the Millennium Alliance program of FICCI. Millennium Alliance is a fund set up jointly by USAID, DST, DFID (UKAID), and several other organizations. In the last five years, Millennium Alliance has supported more than 120 social sector innovations impacting about 10 million people. These have been selected from amongst about 5,000 applicants who applied for this catalytic funding. These enterprises have been in the field of education, healthcare, agriculture, energy, water, sanitation, etc. In addition, he served as a Co-Chair of the Startup Committee of FICCI and a member of the Science and Technology Board of FICCI. He is a sought-after mentor by the entrepreneurs incubated at FICCI supported incubators and accelerators. Yogesh is an active participant in Mission Samriddhi. Mission Samriddhi is a Social Development and Acceleration project in India. Yogesh is a member of the Executive Council of Mission Samriddhi. Yogesh serves on the board of WHEELS Charitable Foundation. He is a member of the team working on the Pilot Project for Integrated Water Management based on Scientific Data and Evidence for Himachal Pradesh. Yogesh is a certified Executive Coach.
Mrs. Mansi SharmaMansi Sharma is a Research Associate at Mission Samriddhi, a social impact enterprise operating to build findings for the organization to achieve its goal of holistic human development at various levels. As a communications associate, she works to bridge the gap between people and the organization, both internally and externally. Building a structure were exchanging ideas is smooth and creates efficiency. She is an experienced project coordinator who has worked with Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, an autonomous body under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India with decent skills in the International Affairs Industry holding considerable knowledge about the theories of IR.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics Hons. from Delhi University and did her Masters in International Relations from Anglia Ruskin University, the UK.
WHEELS India Niswarth (WIN) foundation's groundwork and impact - July 2021 Newsletter!
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WHEELS Healthcare Council presents HEART Model as
Healthcare Easy Access for Rural community via Telemedicine
The mission towards Technology-Driven Cost-Effective Healthcare Delivery in the Rural and Underserved Areas to improve access to Healthcare particularly started in India and a vision to expand Globally. Project HEART meets WHEELS Principles to Provide Livelihood which Creates employment and livelihood for service providers and Sustainability by generating operating costs and a small revenue for expansion. The Healthcare Challenge aims for affordable health care to India's Billion-Plus People presents enormous challenges particularly in rural places. These challenges are further exacerbated by poverty, lack of education, inadequate infrastructure in the field of water supply, road transportation, and limited access to preventive health services, diagnostic facilities, clinics, hospitals, pharmacies, and sanitation.
Members of The Healthcare Advisory Council
Smita Siddhanti Healthcare Entrepreneurship Indrajit Chatterjee Karnataka State Program Kannan Moudgalya Healthcare Awareness & Education Rajesh Tripathi Government Policies & Regulations Ishan Shivanand Director of Mental Health Dr. Kavita Kapur Performance & impact Measurements Farid Khan IEEE Dr. Rajkumar Tripathi Scaling Maharashtra State Program Dr. Bindu Kansupada MD, MBA, FACC Dr. Manish Kohli Healthcare, Specialization & Medical Devices Dr. Chaitanya Buch MD Buddhadev Pandya UK Publications Dr. Varsha Vaidya Public Health and Sanitation Dr. Bala RDT Project Andrey N. Gidaspov RDT, Executive Dire Vicente Ferrer Foundation USA Ranjani Saigal - Kalyan Chakravarty - Reyna Bhandari SmartCareDoc initiative Gauri Kumar Chairperson - WHEELS Water Council
Health Council’s Modus Operandi
◼ Wheels will collaborate with a local organization/NGO that will be responsible for carrying out the project at the local site.
◼ Create a strategy and establish a short and long-term plan executed by collaborating NGOs.
◼ We will monitor and measure outcomes and impacts as per the established performance matrix.
All projects will be implemented in phases as follows:
➢ Phase 1: Initially a pilot project for 3 to 6 months will be conducted at no more than six (6) sites to evaluate the feasibility (Only after successful completion, phase 2 will be initiated.)
➢ Phase 2: Expansion from 6 to 30 and up to 100 sites based on the results of phase 1. This must be self-sustained by generating revenue to support all the activities.
➢ Phase 3: Large-scale expansion by promoting public-private partnership and advocacy roles with state and central governments as the opportunities arise.
HEART: A Financially Self-Sustaining and Self-Funded Growth Model
Initial Startup Cost per site (~$1000), Donated by WHEELS:
--> Equipment Supplied as listed per site with a population of 3000 to 5000.
--> Resident of the local community is selected and trained as TeleMedicine Operator (TMO).
--> Installation and On-Site Training of one male and one female TMOs per site.
Some Donated Equipment include Digital Gadgets such as:
▪ 2 Smartphones (Redmi 9A) ▪ Jio SIMS for Internet connectivity ▪ Portable Printer (Canon LBP 6030w) ▪ Bluetooth Infrared Thermometer (Omron) ▪ Bluetooth Digital BP Monitor (Omron) ▪ Bluetooth Pulse Oximeter (Omron) ▪ Accucheck (Glucometer and 50strips, lancets, alcohol swabs) ▪ Stature meter & Bluetooth Weighing scale (Apollo)
Operational Cost $2 per visit Fee paid by Patient. It covers 3 Variable Cost Components:
- Technology/Consumables, Support & Maintenance: $0.5 per Visit.
- TeleMedicine Operator (TMO) Fee: $0.5 per Visit.
- Doctors Fee GP/Specialist: $1 per Visit
✓ Patient Fee reduced by any one or more components amount covered by the organization/Government/Charities
❖ Net Saving for the Patient: Average cost Travel + Out of Town Stay + Loss of Wages
1. RDT Foundation
Six Villages in Ananthpur District, Andhra Pradesh
- KK Cross
Lakhimpur, Uttar Pradesh
3. Healthcare SEVAK Program
4. Smart Village Project Under SEVAK
In collaboration with The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) and Project SEVAK to pull our joint resources and complementary skills for the challenges facing India healthcare system today.
5. Six Villages Sites Project being Evaluated
Project Implementation Steps | TeleMedicine Operator (TMO) and Doctor Training
Sample Triage Report
Diabetes, Heart, Anemia…
Low Risk: Annual Check || Medium Risk: Half Yearly Check || High Risk: Quarterly check
Operations and Quality Monitoring
- Automated Reminder System
- Operator initiated reminder
- Checks in the System to find missing details
- Compliance with Regulations
- Administrative Reports
- Quality Analysis, Matrix to Measure Outcomes and Impact
Quality Monitoring Helps to mitigate Risks and Liabilities
- Related to Doctor/Patient Behaviour
- Time Sensitivity
Social Enterprise for Human Upliftment
- Access to Healthcare
- Screening and Early Diagnosis
- Vitals: BP, BMI
- General Health Parameters
- Existing Medical Conditions
- Disease Management
- Maternal & Child Health
- Socioeconomic Parameters
More About Leaders - Health Care CouncilIshan Shivanand - Director of Mental Health, Mindfulness Master and Executive Coach, Yoga of Immortals, Mountain View, CAIshan Ji currently serves as Director of Mental Health and Behavioral modifications initiative of the Health Council since 11/18/2021. He joined as the Advisory Member of the Health Council on 5/26/2021 His creative teachings of Yoga and meditative practices bring much-needed noninvasive, non-pharmacological treatments that complement WHEELS Global Foundation’s initiative of the Healthcare Easy Access for Rural communities via Telemedicine (HEART model) for providing complete physical, mental, and emotional well-being. As a founder and coach of Yoga of Immortals, your innovative programs have already benefited many workers and corporate executives.