Stella Michael is an impact-driven, purpose-filled, and faith-led leader. She was born and raised in a small town in India. She graduated from BITS-Pilani, one of the Ivy League in Technology and Engineering in India, with a dual degree in Computer Science and Biological Science. She went on to work at multinational companies such as Qualcomm, Cypress Semiconductor, and Samsung before she moved to the US. In her current role, she is passionate about using technology to improve the accessibility and affordability of healthcare in our community while staying connected to purpose. She is the co-founder of Asian American Community Engagement (AACE), the Asian Business Resource Group at Corewell Health, which focuses on the empowerment and advocacy of the Asian American community within the organization. Her community engagements include serving as the Chairperson of the board of the West Michigan Asian American Association, and is involved in other boards at Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services and the Create Great Leaders Council at the Grand Rapids Chamber. She is also an advocate for international students, immigrant workers and women in the workplace, and women in technology. She mentors and coaches women and men to realize their full potential and purpose in life. She is a busy mom of three little kids and enjoys spending time with her family.