Head of Software Development
Solving problems using logic translated into computer code eventually leading to the development of software has been Hari’s innate knowledge. At the age of 15, he completed a diploma in Fortran and COBOL programming at Coimbatore Institute of Technology. During the same period, he developed several educational programs for the Department of Education for grades 10,11, and 12. He developed a software program for a bank for the first computer retailer in India called Tamilnadu Electronic Devices. He delve into research in interfacing software with hardware for robotics and Artificial Intelligence. He developed an Inventory control software program for the largest university system in Houston, Texas while attending school. He has developed several accounting software programs and pioneered an application called EasyPro which is still in use today. Developed an “Image Processing” software which would read tiff files and help convert the same into an RDBMS database. The software was used for converting old microfiche documents into a modern database for better analysis purposes. When Himesh opened his first office in India in 2000 for InnHanse, Hari put his skills to develop “Economaax”, a secure Internet chat and data transfer tool. This tool would provide a server and client environment, and used his proprietory protocol which was highly secure and usable by banks for querying accounts from their different branches; but he was just too ahead of the market. However, the Content Engine called “PIE”, which helped gather, manage and syndicate content over the WWW was a program written in VB and ASP, it helped editors located anywhere in the world to input local content. The process involved a multi tier editing process and rewarded the editors with a point system. The syndication engine delivered the most updated information into the hotel room online portals branded “Quicksliver” by InnHanse. Hari developed a fully integrated High-Speed Internet Access delivery software for hotels, with remote management capabilities. He is currently researching the next-generation IoT products widely used by the hospitality segments and the home automation.
G20 University Coalition Associate
Priyanka joins Sync Neural as one its youngest members and she is excited to kick-start a new chapter as the head of Public Relation as she believes the project to be a game-changer. Having worked with the largest & oldest real estate brand in the world – Coldwell Banker; she has gained significant exposure and built networks within the real estate sector in UAE It was during her time working in the property sector where she discovered her passion for communications and building relations. Always keen to learn and innovate; she puts on her thinking hat during a crisis situation and has as a result executed several other roles outside her own. At the age of 16, she became the lead anchor for the event: ‘Feelings’- UAE’s first-ever cross-culture talent hunt’. Throughout her college life, she participated in more challenging roles as a public speaker. She was also an active member of the editorial team writing creative content for blogs which gave her a 360-degree PR exposure & worked with Ruth Sinkler, a prominent writer in the Netherlands who helped expand her view of the world. Outside her professional boundaries, she is an avid reader, a travel-enthusiast and has a passion for DeFi yield farming in the fast evolving digitization of industries.
Managing Director (Australia)
Dia Al Rekabi
Dia has held positions supervising and overseeing operations within the security and logistics industry, whilst gaining his status as a Human Resource Management graduate from the University of Wollongong in Australia. His strong skillset lies with people management, relations and services tied to his passion for protecting the environment and focusing on business development in the renewable energy field in Australia and surrounding region. His education and skillset are the perfect combination to drive his motivations in achieving the goals of bringing awareness of the environment and the natural capital that is in his region of responsibility. As the Sync Neural business development manager managing the Australian market, he is engaging with the business leaders, policy-makers, and general public to initiate the momentum to target economic based Net-Zero targets.
Head of Sync Solar Power
Kishan joins Sync Neural as the only individual having gained experience in the sale of solar energy systems to homeowners in the state of California. His excited to kick-start a new division for SyncNerual for renewable energy sales into the homeowners market as well as the commercial market. Kishan having earned a BS degree in entertainment management is also researching how to onboard the music and movie industries onto the SyncNeural network to combat climate change and develop customized net-zero target goals for companies. His knowledge on selling, financing and installing solar power systems brings valuable insights into the customer’s perception of renewable energy, climate change initiatives and understanding of greenhouse gasses. Kishan and his team will empower the public through our Public Private Partnerships to generate their own energy and provide micro-ownership of the SyncNeural Network with the potential to scale where grid parity could be achieved.
Head of G20 University Coalition
Olivia co-founded GetZero, an educational app for students to decarbonise their home – virtually and in reality. Olivia is a graduate of the Carbon13 climate accelerator; and the Cambridge Judge Business School accelerator. Her mission is to activate young people in the transition to a circular and sustainable economy; translating their climate anxiety into agency. Olivia is a connector with a collaborative leadership style. She has always looked for challenges – studying Chinese and French at University, joining the army reserves, completing a second degree in physiotherapy and competing in team and endurance sports at national level. She is curious about people and cultures and has worked cross-sectorally in countries such as Sierra Leone, France, China and Kenya. She is passionate about partnerships – in particular bridging the gap between two generations both fighting for the same NetZero future.