Biomedical Engineer turned Software Developer with a keen interest in conflating health with technology
Mitusha is a Biomedical Engineer turned Software Developer with a keen interest in conflating health with technology.
Mitusha's interest in biomedical and technology led her to speak about "Empowering health by meaningful conversations" at Google Developer Fest 2019.
She was selected out of all applicants globally to attend the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) 2020 conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts for the Science & Technology track.
She was awarded the "Young Achievers Award" in Umang 2019 by Shri MSPS due to unconventional career progression and community involvement.
She was selected to be one of the 100 women to receive the scholarship by the Firebase, Google and WomenTechmakers team to attend the Firebase Summit 2019 at Madrid.
Currently, she is the organizer of App Craft Meet-up and Tensorflow Mumbai Group Lead, where she provides a platform for professionals and beginners alike, which serves as a medium to help and support the underrepresented and reduces the barrier and help others in their journey into technology.
This platform also provides mentorships and acts as a medium to share one's learning by hosting in-person events, and workshops that act as a multiplier, empowering everyone around them.
Apart from building chatbots, she also likes to participate in community meet-ups, summits &amp; write stories on medium and contributed to Chatbots Life and Learning the Data Science Way.