side Sameer Mehta

Sameer Mehta

PhD Scholar

Gamification Human Behaviour Artificial Intelligence Healthcare

“Mr Mehta is the Chief Investment Director of the Atlas Family Office and the Vice Chairman of Dr Mehta’s Hospitals (amongst India’s oldest and most respected private hospitals). Sam is the co-founder of a number of entities, including India Home Health Care, Arya Play Games and Atlas Intelligence, and participates on various national healthcare and investment advisory committees. He serves on the boards of a number of the Arya Fund, Proklean Technologies, IIT Madras Rural & Technology Incubator.
Mr Mehta brings over 2 decades of enterprise leadership, multi-national operating, project management, governance, strategic consulting, investment management and entrepreneurial experience within leading organizations like McKinsey & Company, Shell and Fortune 10 and Family Business companies across multiple sectors (healthcare, education, energy, chemicals, food, technology and retail) across Asia, Europe, Latin and North America. He was a former venture advisor with TVS Capital and election observer with the OSCE/UN. Mr Mehta is a regular speaker and governing advisor at international conferences and symposiums on healthcare, family business succession, human behavior, clean-tech, wealth and investment management across multiple continents. Mr Mehta is the co-creator of the Values Game and the Fears Game. He is a member of the Institute of Directors (IoD), The indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) and Entrepreneurs Organization (EO).
Mr Mehta has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, a Masters in Manufacturing Engineering Management and Masters in Chemical Engineering. Mr Mehta is a Chartered Chemical Engineer (CEng) and Fellow (FEng) with the Institute of Chemical Engineers, a Professional European Engineer (EUR ING) with FEANI, a Chartered Scientist (CSci) with the Science Council, a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) with the Society for the Environment and a Sainsbury Management Fellow (SMF) with the Royal Academy of Engineering, UK. Mr Mehta is married and is outnumbered with twin daughters and a cat.”