CEO, FOXG1 Research Foundation; Director, Ciitizen
Nasha Fitter is CEO of the FOXG1 Research Foundation, which she co-founded after her daughter was diagnosed with FOXG1 syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that impacts speech, movement, and cognitive development. The foundation is dedicated to funding research to find a cure. She’s also on the leadership team at Ciitizen, a start-up that helps cancer patients combat their conditions through organization and sharing their health data. Previously, Fitter was the founder and CEO of tech start-up Schoolie, which was acquired in 2016 by GreatSchools, and led Microsoft’s global innovative schools program. She is the author of You’re Hired, a book written to help young people in India further their careers.