Meet The Team
Behind agingcare.io is a team of passionate and dedicated people working to help make aging a lot better for all of us.
Anshika is a junior at The University of Wisconsin - Madison. She is majoring in Neurobiology with a minor in Global Health. She is a member of the Undergraduate Neuroscience Society and Club Golf. She has lived in four countries, nine cities and speaks three languages. Anshika's favorites pastimes include reading books by Oliver Sacks, playing the piano, and trying a new adventure sport. Anshika aspires to go into the medical field but has kept her options open to pursue a masters or PhD in areas of biotechnology and neuroscience.
Silvana Da Luca
Silvana has both corporate and entrepreneurial experiences. Her background is in hospitality, investor relations, and marketing across a wide range of sectors, from consumer products to emerging tech companies. Silvana priorly founded two nonprofit projects, Impact Legacy and Purple Consignment Store; she was also the Founder of a leading marketing, branding and advertising agency, National Media Service (exited to TBWA\Omnicom Group); Co-Founder of an early-stage accelerator, PopUp Ventures; Founder at Once Upon My Time (a charitable service dedicated to alleviating loneliness and isolation among seniors). Her life and career passion has always been the social good space, and specifically, improving quality of life for our aging parents and combating Alzheimer's. Silvana is a hospice care volunteer.
Chris is a development and technical operations executive. He is a highly collaborative and results oriented leader of people, process and technology. Chris has been on the cutting edge of the enterprise tech sector since joining OmniSky Corp, a San Francisco based start-up and pioneer of wireless data applications back in 1999. More recently, Chris lead small business cloud hosting and managed services as Director of Global Tech-Ops to $50M annual revenue and over 400,000 SMB customers worldwide. In addition to global scale technical operations and data center management, Chris thrives in start-up environments where smaller teams can be nimble and more quickly address market demand. Chris has a passion for developing next-generation user interface applications and helping to improve the web experience for people with disabilities.