Rachna is the founder of TripMyWay, an Augmented Reality startup in the heritage domain. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology from IIT Delhi and a Master’s in Technology Policy from MIT, Cambridge. Rachna has 8+ years of experience in predictive analytics in healthcare. Her interest lies in understanding how new technologies and humans interact. At MIT, Rachna and her fellow students designed a device to enable people with disabilities to use the mobile phone. The device won the Da Vinci Award in 2011. Rachna returned from the US two years ago to start TripMyWay to enable unique experiences in heritage travel in India. Her vision is to design an experiential platform that will work with artists & engineers to develop new ways to serve authentic Indian narratives to young audiences who want to experience India’s heritage.