International Sleuth: Sehreen Noor Ali
Today I talk to global citizen, digital diplomat, and health entrepreneur Sehreen Noor Ali. Sehreen left her job as a technology executive to become a caretaker for her daughter, who was diagnosed with a serious pediatric illness. Seeing the pitfalls of healthcare up close, Sehreen was compelled to launch Sleuth, a database that crowdsources the experiences of parents of sick children. She worked for Obama. She speaks five languages. Her EQ score is off the charts. She’s an award-winning tech innovator. And she’s a fierce mama bear, which is why she named her company Sleuth (sleuth is the name of a group of bears). Between healthcare topics, we talk about the blunders of Crystal Pepsi, Die Hard, and startup culture.