Name: Venu Madhav Chennupati
Designation: Founder
Company: Pegase Health Systems (Formerly ZOLT Health)

Education: Masters in Public Health – Harvard University and M.B.A. General Management, University of Michigan – Stephen M. Ross School of Business, Dual Masters in Operations Research and Telecom Management from University of Pennsylvania.
Summary: Venu was recently named among the Top 100 Global Healthcare Leaders in 2019 by the
International Forum on Advancements in Healthcare (IFAH 2019) and received the award in  the event hosted in Dubai. IFAH acknowledged Mr. Chennupati as the “silent warrior” in public healthcare in India who made a significant contribution to delivering healthcare
to people of India.
Venu is a Serial Entrepreneur in healthcare with significant role in primary health care space in India. Venu is currently the founder of Pegase Health Systems which runs a largest tele-health platforms that had served 17 Million health Consultations for various state governments through different health operators in India. Venu has designed and executed mid to large public health programs for state and central governments and provided consulting services to design and implement public health projects such as 104 non-emergency systems, 1033 highway emergency systems, 1097 National AIDS helpline and Mother and Child Tracking Systems. Venu brings his rich experience of managing large health projects and policy implementation in developing economies through his work at World Bank.