Jaspal Sandhu is a founding partner at the Gobee Group, a firm that innovates for social impact globally, and a lecturer at UC Berkeley, where he teaches graduate-level, interdisciplinary courses on the innovation process. In 2013, he developed Eat.Think.Design., a globally unique course focused on the intersections of food, innovation and health. His writing on innovation has been featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, MIT Innovations, Fast Company’s Co.Exist and the American Journal of Public Health. He is now conducting research on the role of 19th century Chinese food entrepreneurs in the American West. Prior to Gobee, he worked with the Mongolian Ministry of Health on innovation in rural health systems as a Fulbright scholar, and for the Intel Corporation and the Nokia Research Center. He speaks Punjabi, Spanish and Mongolian. He received his Ph.D. in design from UC Berkeley, and his master’s and bachelor’s degrees in engineering from MIT.