SoapyRao show ft.Raman Mangalorkar

SoapyRao show ft.Raman Mangalorkar

Raman Mangalorkar started his career at A.T. Kearney, a leading management consulting firm. Post his management consulting career, he spent some time in the private equity space and then was the CEO of a large hypermarket retailer where he was brought in to lead the company’s turnaround. Raman has helped numerous companies get healthier and chose to use his experience as a meta researcher and a data synthesizer to focus on improving his own health. Although not a doctor or a medical practitioner, he has been sharing his personal journey with others to enable them to get healthy. He is passionate about being a personal transformation catalyst to enable people to be healthier across all dimensions of their lives and live to their fullest potential. Raman completed his Masters in Business Administration from Indiana University (Kelley School of Business) with specializations in Finance and MIS. Raman has studied Nutrition Science at the Stanford Center for Health Education and runs a startup in the health-tech space.

Raman Mangalorkar started his career at A.T. Kearney, a leading management consulting firm. Post his management consulting career, he spent some time in the private equity space and then was the CEO of a large hypermarket retailer where he was brought in to lead the company’s turnaround.
Raman has helped numerous companies get healthier and chose to use his experience as a meta researcher and a data synthesizer to focus on improving his own health. Although not a doctor or a medical practitioner, he has been sharing his personal journey with others to enable them to get healthy. He is passionate about being a personal transformation catalyst to enable people to be healthier across all dimensions of their lives and live to their fullest potential.

Raman completed his Masters in Business Administration from Indiana University (Kelley School of Business) with specializations in Finance and MIS. Raman has studied Nutrition Science at the Stanford Center for Health Education and runs a startup in the health-tech space.