Sangeeta Agarawal is a true holistic nurse, engineer, and entrepreneur - she strives to bridge the gap in healthcare by leveraging the best of eastern and western medicine and educate her patients on leveraging technology to empower themselves. She is currently CEO and Founder of Helpsy, a company providing cancer survivors quick and easy access to healthcare practitioners from all healing modalities. Prior to her current life as an entrepreneur, Sangeeta was a Clinical Ayurveda specialist, a registered nurse, researcher, author, and computer scientist. She was an oncology nurse at The Mayo Clinic, Stanford Hospital, and UCSF Hospital and a Clinical co-ordinator at UCSF, in-charge of an NIH-funded study which looked at the use of Ayurveda in improving the quality of life of cancer survivors. She was the founder and practitioner at My Holistic Nurse, a low cost Holistic Clinic serving the Bay Area. She serves as a board member leading innovation and integrative medicine areas for NIH, Society of Integrative Oncology, Oncology Nursing Society, Annie Appleseed and on some health care startups. She has co-authored several papers in Integrative Oncology and has been an invited speaker at national conferences. Prior to entering healthcare, Sangeeta led a successful startup and worked as a computer scientist at multinational organizations including IBM and Motorola.