Driven by her entrepreneurial spirit and the desire to make health and wellness accessible and affordable, Charu co-founded the TriageLogic Group. Most recently , her personal experience overcoming a serious health issue inspired her to launch Continuwell. She has dedicated her career to developing innovative technology that improves communication, access to medical care, and wellness. When talking about Continuwell, Charu states “We have again successfully launched a technology platform and business model with the functionality and price point to disrupt the corporate benefits and wellness market.”
Charu’s ability to predict and analyze business trends and adapt her businesses has led her to find success. Charu has been recognized as a female executive and entrepreneur by several organizations. She is one of the recipients of the 2017 Enterprising Women of the Year Award and the 2011 National Association of Professional Women VIP Woman of the Year Award. Charu was also a finalist for the 2016 Ernst and Young Winning Women Award.
Outside of Continuwell, Charu is on the national board of directors of Community Health Charities, where she serves on the Corporate Governance and Finance Committees and she Chairs the Audit Committee. She is involved in several non-profits, including Women Giving Alliance and CISV International. Charu is a brain AVM survivor and she coordinates patient support, awareness, and fund-raising for Aneurysm and AVM.
Prior to the TriageLogic group, Charu taught finance and valuation to MBA students and Executives. An award winning professor and researcher, Charu is a published expert in corporate governance and valuation. Her research and publications have influenced corporate policy and regulation, and her work is part of PhD curriculum worldwide. Over the years, Charu has presented and discussed policy and corporate value across many organizations including Harvard University, Princeton University, and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Bank.