Achiever's Success Story
“Sushmita Chatterjee, Founder, CEO & CTO of Learnroll Immerse.”
Introducing the inspiring Sushmita Chatterjee who envisions betterment of patient’s health empowering those numerous current and future health care workers. Rabindranath Tagore stated – “Don’t limit a child to your own learning, for she was born in another time”.
She hopes that her industry expertise with her personal goals and passion can help in building solutions that reduce skill gaps and cater to millennials attention span and learning styles. There is a gap in skill and proficiency especially in managing complex world health needs. Today & tomorrow’s health care professionals; a tech savvy generation need better tools and platforms that help them in understanding diverse patient and caregiver needs globally.
In the next five years practical use of emerging technologies like Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help in making learning impactful and affordable.
She founded her startup, Learn roll Immerse when she saw a lack of engagement in high school science by her own daughter. The key platform Class immerse which is in its early access beta now, allow undergraduate resident medical/pre-medical students, practicing physicians/nurses to enable better outcomes in their continuous credentialing as well learning process using supplemental short VR/AR lessons or “courses”.
She has 30 years of experience in information technology and engineering roles. She has worked with various Fortune 500 companies globally in technology, consulting and engineering specially in Finance, Securities, Insurance and Healthcare. She is a technologist at heart and is very keen on larger equity for women especially underrepresented diverse girls and women in computing globally.
Sushmita holds has a Bachelor’ s degree in Physics and a Bachelor’ s degree in Electronics Engineering. Sushmita lives in US and has lived in San Francisco Bay Area and later New Jersey for more than 20+ years. As an immigrant female American Asian Indian she hopes that our strong cultural values blended with our gained expertise in industry/technologies must find fitment for benefit of all socio economical and diverse racial or ethnic groups.
She has participated in various volunteering and awareness programs and activities recently like virtual judge for U. S Army S.T.E.M cyber emission, judge for TCNJ Girls-Creating social impact websites, PPPL Girls in STEM, Montgomery Robotics (Girls) event, participating in UN International Science Assembly for girls and women, and organized high school/college mini workshops in her VR lab.
She credits her father (a senior executive in the public sector in India and a mechanical engineer by profession) who died early as a result of cardiac arrest, as a key mentor. He helped her not only get interested in science/engineering but also motivated her to be a value-based contributor to society and develop skills like dedication to work, being respectful, self-esteem and resiliency. She feels that her balanced upbringing in India, by her parents who encouraged her to seek diverse interests in science, arts and culture and being socially sensitive to others needs has helped her in life in India & Abroad.