Smisha Agarwal is the Co-founder and India Country Director of Global Health Bridge, an organization that strives to improve healthcare delivery in developing countries through mobile technology. Having worked in health and development at the grassroots level in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, Smisha is a strong believer in community-led solutions for health and development. She has worked with the WHO/TDR Thematic Reference Group on Health Systems and Jhpiego on health systems strengthening and malaria control in Asia and Africa. Most recently, she served as a Carl E. Taylor Memorial Fellow at the Jamkhed Comprehensive Rural Health Project in rural Maharashtra where she oversaw implementation and evaluation of maternal and adolescent health projects. A dentist by training, Smisha also earned MPH and MBA degrees from Johns Hopkins University.