An educational technology and social impact entrepreneur and CEO, Michael London has founded and led companies that have decreased barriers to education while creating more than one billion dollars in company value throughout his career. His strong belief that “Student mental health will be the defining higher education issue of our time,” prompted Michael to start Uwill. He has proven that technology can help solve the mental health crisis at institutions by facilitating immediate student appointments with licensed therapists on approximately 200 campuses. Prior to Uwill, he founded Examity, named as one of the fastest growing technology companies in North America by Deloitte. His earlier successes include founding and managing Bloomberg Institute, education start-ups funded by former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg, and founding College Coach and EdAssist, both acquired by Bright Horizons Family Solutions. He has been a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award and held a position on the Massachusetts Governor’s Commission for Digital Education and Lifelong Learning. Michael is a current Trustee at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and a member of their behavioral health committee and is also on the Advisory Board at Babson College where he earned his undergraduate degree with honors. He received his MBA from Boston University.