Kush Kanodia MBA
Kush is a social entrepreneur, who has developed a portfolio career helping several charities, social enterprises and non-profit organisations, with a focus upon disability, technology and healthcare. He was recently appointed on the inaugural public advisory board of Health Data Research UK, the new national institute for health data science in 2019.
Kush also advises the world first Museum of Happiness, a non-profit social enterprise, on how to tackle one of the leading causes of disability worldwide, depression. He is also an advisor to the world’s first Global Disability Innovation Hub, founded in 2017.
Kush co-founded the global diversity and equality NGO, Choice International, which is based in Stratford. He has been a Torch Bearer for the 2012 London Paralympic Games and was recognised as being in the top 10 most influential BAME (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic) Leaders in technology at Parliament in 2018.
He also recently received the Asian Achievers Award for Entrepreneur of the Year, was included in the BAME 100 Business Leaders Index by Green Park and featured second in the Disability Power 100. He is currently leading a campaign to abolish all disabled car parking charges from NHS hospitals in England.