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Natasha Awasthi

Advisor Greater New York City Area, US

Sr. Product Manager, Collective Health and Product Management Instructor, General Assembly. Wharton grad.

Sr. Product Manager, Collective Health and Product Management Instructor, General Assembly. Wharton grad.

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Sr. Product Manager Collective Health November 2015 - present
Product Management Instructor General Assembly August 2014 - present
Principal Business Designer EPAM Systems January 2012 - October 2015
Senior Business Designer - Business Strategy & Design Group EPAM Systems October 2006 - December 2011
Consultant Deloitte February 2006 - October 2006
Business Analyst\ Project Manager GE August 2003 - August 2005

Education

University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School 2011 - 2013
Harvard Business School Executive Education 2010 - 2010
Delhi University Statistics 2001 - 2003
Delhi University, L.S.R, Statistics 1998 - 2001

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Burag Cetinkaya
We worked together  •  Director of Technology Solutions, EPAM Systems and Chief Solutions Architect, EPAM Systems. NYU grad.
There is nothing more liberating and rare than cranking on tough problems with people - like Burag - who you trust and admire. For the 9 yea ... rs that we worked together, mostly under time and resource crunches, Burag was a consistent source of creative but feasible ideas. Beyond leading the engineers on the technical aspects of complex products and services in health care, he persuaded us to make some incredibly smart business decisions. He is brilliant and driven, and his glittering track record is proof. It is mindboggling that he can make the time to tinker with all the latest technologies, and to mentors others, and to meet and introduce us to new ideas and people, and to excel at his "day job."