Sanergy is an MIT spinout that produces fertilizer and other agricultural bi-products through providing safe, affordable sanitation in Africa. After winning the famous MIT $100K business plan competition, the co-founders of Sanergy relocated to Nairobi, Kenya to build the venture. Over the last several years the team has attracted a combination of prize, grant, equity, and debt funding for the scale-up of the Sanergy innovation. They look forward to sharing their insights with you.
Ani oversees the expansion of Sanergy’s waste management operations. Previously, Ani turned around a chain of dialysis clinics for low-income patients in the Philippines. With a background in technology and operations, he has built startups in India and US. Ani is a Legatum Fellow, Draper Richards Kaplan Fellow and an Echoing Green Fellow. He holds an MBA from MIT Sloan and a BS from Washington University in St. Louis.