Ulya Khan is a dynamic leader who mixes the sharpest business skills with a great sense of vision and humanity to help organizations reach their goals. Her experience comes from 25+ years in major corporations covering many roles across the globe. Her scorecard is made up of many bottom-line impact accomplishments, including development of new product and business lines, executing merger integrations with minimum collateral damage and transforming an organizations culture and behavior set.
Ulya has been on the Board of Health E-Villages since 2014 and is Chief Operating Office at Aptus Health. Prior to joining Aptus Health, Ulya held leadership positions including Chief Operating Officer and Chief Of Staff at Thomson Reuters. She was instrumental in building and exponentially growing several businesses at Thomson Reuters, including “End of Day Pricing” Datafeeds, Collaboration and Compliance, while managing global teams across Asia, Europe, and the Americas. After a successful career at Thomson Reuters, Ulya decided to pursue entrepreneurial ventures and joined a boutique management consulting firm, Wemanage Services, in 2010. Ulya’s first for-profit social entrepreneurship venture, Concierge Pakistan, was launched in 2011 and reached break-even point in less than a year.
Ulya is adept at building and leading high performing global teams which deliver extraordinary results. She has a no-nonsense execution driven approach which is coupled with high sensitivity in engagements with people at all levels. It is this quality that allows her to inspire people, gain their confidence and be the effective leader that she is.
Prior to moving to New York, Ulya worked with Reuters, in London which she had joined as a software developer. Ulya moved to New York in 2000 and worked on several large customer deals as well as strategic acquisitions. Her recent focus has been helping develop and execute turnaround strategies and scaling organizations, going through change and transformation, without sacrificing “excellence in execution”.
Ulya has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Computer Sciences and a Masters Degree in Management Sciences from Imperial College, London. Ulya has also completed various Executive Programs from Harvard Business School, including Business Strategy and Managing Healthcare Delivery.