BOARD MEMBERS: 

                                                                   ERIN STOCK 

                                                                   ERIN STOCK 

Erin Stock serves as the founding Board Chair for Tulalens and lives in Washington, D.C. She is a communications consultant in the nonprofit sector and her clients include the World Bank, Nuba Reports, and 1,000 Days. She previously worked for the NGO alliance InterAction. A former journalist, Erin has covered immigration for the Birmingham News in Alabama and humanitarian crises for IRIN out of Bangkok. She holds a Master's in Public Services from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service and a B.S. in Journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. 

                                                       PRIYA IYER 

                                                       PRIYA IYER 

Priya Iyer serves as a founding Board Member, and Founder & CEO of Tulalens. You can learn more about Priya in the "Team" section.

                                                   RANJEET VIDWANS

                                                   RANJEET VIDWANS

Ranjeet Vidwans serves as a founding Board Member of Tulalens. He is the Chief Marketing Officer at Blue Cedar Networks. He has previously held leadership positions in Business Development, Product Management, and Marketing roles at various enterprise security software startups, four of which were successfully acquired by blue chip firms like Oracle and Cisco. Ranjeet holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Rutgers University, where he was part of the elite “Five Year” program.

PREVIOUS BOARD MEMBERS: 

In remembrance of our dear friend and founding board member, Anita Datar. Please take a moment to learn more about Anita, and all that she contributed to the world.

                                                                 ANITA DATAR

                                                                 ANITA DATAR

Anita Datar served as a founding Board Member of Tulalens. She was a Senior Manager at Palladium, an international development consulting firm, with fifteen years of experience in HIV policy and expertise in health information systems, geographic information systems, and health systems strengthening in sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Carribean. She earned her MPH and MPA from Columbia University's Joseph Mailman School of Public Health and School of International and Public Affairs respectively. She was also a returned Peace Corps Volunteer from Senegal (1997 - 1999).