Rudra Pandey

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Rudra Pandey
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Nationality Nepali
Education Mehran University, Northeastern University
Known for Co-founder of D2Hawkeye; Founder of Deerwalk; Founder of Deerwalk Institute of Technology; Founder trailblazer of Hamro Party

Rudra Pandey (Nepali: रुद्र पाण्डे; born 1963) is a Nepali entrepreneur, currently serving as Executive Chairman of Deerwalk Inc., a healthcare analytics company based in Lexington, Massachusetts. Rudra, with his deep understanding of the healthcare software industry, has carved out a strategic technology base at Deerwalk that has competitive advantage over others.[1] He also serves as Chairman of Deerwalk Institute of Technology.[2] He is also the founder trailblazer of Hamro Party,[3] a new progressive democratic political party in Nepal. In 2017, he received the prestigious FNCCI Gold Award (Trendsetters) in the sector of Information Technology.[4]

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Pandey holds a bachelor's degree in electronics engineering from Mehran University of Engineering and Technology and a Ph.D. in economics from Northeastern University.

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Prior to founding Deerwalk and Deerwalk Institute of Technology, Pandey co-founded D2Hawkeye[5] where he served as Chief Technology Officer. After its acquisition by Verisk Analytics,[6] D2Hawkeye became Verisk Health where Pandey served as Chief Operating Officer. D2Hawkeye was a recipient of Governor’s Entrepreneurial Spirit Award in 2005.[7] Earlier in his career, Pandey worked as a business systems engineer, database architect, and as a consultant.

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Pandey is involved in social work primarily via Deerwalk Foundation which has been doing work in the area of education, healthcare, tourism, sustainable development, agriculture and sanitation.[8] He has also contributed to organizations like Help Nepal Network.

Family[edit]

Pandey was born in Naubise, Dhading, Nepal. He lives with his wife, Muna Pandey, in Lexington, Massachusetts. He has two daughters Erica Pandey and Mahika (aka Maia) Pandey.

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