Janan Dave

Janan Dave

Age: 23
Home Town: Princeton, New Jersey
Education: BA- Bachelor of Arts, Health and Societies (Public Health), University of Pennsylvania
Specific Field Interests: Public Health/ Maternal and Child Health
Placement: Bempu - Bangalore, Karnataka
Area of Focus: Technology/Innovation

Highlights: Despite visiting India with her family while growing up, Janan has always dreamt of spending an extended period of time working in India. She is looking forward to traveling throughout the country, experiencing Indian holidays, and eating lots of amazing food. After working primarily at small non-profit organizations in the US, Janan is eager to hone new skillsets working at a social enterprise. She is particularly excited about working at Bempu because of her passion for maternal and child health. During college, Janan worked with various public health organizations in Philadelphia, and then spent two years as the Director of Community Health at the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute. While these experiences have instilled in her a deep passion for the public sector and an understanding of domestic health issues, Janan is eager to develop a more global perspective.

Posts by Janan Dave

The Women of BEMPU: Gini Posted in 2016-17, Clinton Fellowship Blog

This Year, I’ve Been Working With BEMPU Health, A For-Profit Social Enterprise That Develops And Commercializes Medical Technologies For Newborns In Low-Resource Areas. We Are A Tech Startup. Most People Think Of…

The Women of BEMPU: Mona Posted in 2016-17, Clinton Fellowship Blog

This year, I’ve been working with BEMPU Health, a for-profit social enterprise that develops and commercializes medical technologies for newborns in low-resource areas. We are a tech startup. Most people think of…

Thank you, Babita Posted in 2016-17, Clinton Fellowship Blog

I scrolled through Facebook, looking at pictures of friends in New York, DC, Philly, San Francisco–they were gathered together creating posters for the upcoming Women’s Marches around the U.S. Even though…

Tuesdays at the OPD Posted in 2016-17, Clinton Fellowship Blog

Every Tuesday morning, instead of walking to the Bempu office for work, I catch a ride to a children’s hospital in the Southern part of the city. The hospital is a…