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Shaffi Mather is a Serial Entrepreneur, Lawyer & Public Policy Analyst. Shaffi is presently an Advisor at Stanford ChangeLabs and an Associate at Harvard Asia Center. Shaffi leads a tech startup out of Silicon Valley & Dubai - MUrgency – a One Global Emergency Response Network on mobile phones being built with membership in Business Call to Action at the United Nations Development Program and in global partnership with Young Global Leaders at the World Economic Forum and academic partnership with Stanford ChangeLabs, Harvard Asia Center and MIT Global Health.
Shaffi previously founded the pioneering Emergency Ambulance Service in India (Dial 1298 for Ambulance / Ziqitza Health Care Limited - www.zhl.in) which has grown to be the largest 'for profit' Ambulance Company in the Developing World and Lifesupporters Institute of Health Sciences which has grown to be Asia's largest Pre-hospital Care Training Organization. Shaffi is a Mason Fellow in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University graduating with a Master in Public Administration degree (MPA) in 2008. He is educated at the Mahatma Gandhi University, India - St. Pauls College (B Com), University of Pittsburgh, USA (MBA -Strategic Planning & Policy and Marketing), University of Bridgeport, USA (MBA - Finance) and the London School of Economics, UK where he was a British Chevening Senior Gurukul Scholar in Leadership & Excellence. He is a Fellow of the third class of the Kamalnayan Bajaj Fellowship and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.