Zubaida Bai is a thought leader and a health-solutions innovator for underserved women and girls globally. Building on her expertise as a mechanical engineer and a product designer, Zubaida, a mother of three, is the founder and CEO of ayzh (pronounced “eyes”), a social enterprise that began with janma, a $3 Clean Birth Kit in a Purse. ayzh is a global business providing reproductive health products and services for over one million women and girls in underdeveloped countries.
Zubaida has been recognized as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, a Maternal Health Champion by Ashoka, a TED Speaker, Fellow, and Resident, and a Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Pioneer by the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC).
Zubaida is also the co-founder of Happy Woman Foundation with a vision of catalyzing the next wave of changes that enable women to achieve their entrepreneurial dreams.
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