CEO & Co-Founder
Anjali Kataria is a serial entrepreneur and executive with two decades of healthcare and enterprise software experience in both the public and private sectors. Mytonomy, an industry cloud solution, is Anjali’s third venture-backed company. As CEO and Co-Founder of Mytonomy, Anjali leads a fast-growing enterprise software company that is reshaping the future of patient engagement so that patients can lead healthier, happier lives.
Under her leadership, the company has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies in the US in 2020 and 2021. Mytonomy’s Cloud for Healthcare has been named best-in-class for enterprise content management and digital curation solutions, and the Mytonomy Film Studio she founded in 2018, dedicated to producing broadcast-quality patient education, has received 60+ Digital Health and Telly Awards. Today, Mytonomy has the largest healthcare microlearning library in the industry, consisting of more than 2,000 titles (and counting).
Prior to Mytonomy, Anjali’s second venture-backed enterprise software company was acquired by Oracle and where she later served as VP of Product
Strategy. Anjali’s Federal Government experience started with the Obama Administration when she was one of the first Entrepreneurs in Residence at the FDA. She also served as Senior Technology Advisor in the Office of the CIO to the President at the EOP.
During this time, Anjali drove multiple groundbreaking transformations including co-leading the innovation pathway, a new high-speed review process for highly innovative medical devices that could have substantial public impact.
She initiated the $10M Tricorder Competition in conjunction with xPrize and Qualcomm; led the implementation of Cloud First within the FDA (CDRH) and the EOP; helped to implement the Affordable Care Act Policies at CMS/CCIIO; and oversaw the design and deployment of the White House Correspondence System. She also established the first inter-agency cloud working group while at EOP, bringing together CIO’s and their teams across 10 federal agencies to share best and worst practices in their implementation efforts with SaaS / PaaS solutions.
The Washington Business Journal recently named Mytonomy as one of the top 10 companies to watch in 2022 in the DMV area. Anjali is a former
Springboard Fellow and Echoing Green Fellow, and has received numerous awards including Top 40 Under 40 in DC, the FDA Commissioner’s Award for Innovation, Top 100 Life Sciences Visionaries, and Silicon Valley’s FWEE Trailblazer Award.
Anjali recently joined fellow Montgomery County Maryland executives and sits on the Economic Advisory Panel for the Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation. In this role, she is helping to position Montgomery County as an ideal location that supports early-stage businesses from start-up to scale-up.
Anjali received her AB in Public Policy from Duke University as a Benjamin N. Duke merit scholar and her MPP from Harvard Kennedy School. She has guest lectured at Wharton and University of Maryland Smith School of Business.
She enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, reading, musical theater and screenwriting.