David Hojah

David has more than ten years of experience in artificial intelligence, medical devices, robotics engineering, and HealthTech. David studied a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MS in health management at Harvard University. He is passionate about empowering people with physical challenges to live independently and making a significant social impact. David has invented and developed many medical devices, such as adjustable dental instruments, wheelchairs that convert into a walker, a medical drone for emergencies, and a medical app tracking health for people with chronic diseases. He also built an autonomous personal transporter for wheelchair users that can convert any manual wheelchair into an electric wheelchair. He has been featured in many global events and organizations such as Fast Company, Harvard innovation, Microsoft, Amazon, TechCrunch, Wired, McKinsey, Verizon, and Novartis.

David’s aunt passed away from MS, and his friend and mentor continue to struggle with the challenges of MS today. David seeks to help people like him and all others who live with similar conditions to maximize their independence. David is passionate about empowering people with neurological challenges and their caregivers.