Minda Dentler

Director of Multinational Operations, AIG; Wheelchair Athlete

Minda Dentler is director of multinational operations at AIG and an athlete. In 2013, she became the first female wheelchair athlete to complete the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. This led her to be nominated for an ESPN ESPY Award and set her on course to advocate in the global fight against polio, which she contracted as a child in India. Dentler is a speaker and has written for TIME and Huffington Post on the importance of global immunization efforts and polio eradication. She has also served as a global advocate for Rotary International and the UN Foundation Shot at Life campaign.

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