Christopher Ategeka is award-winning social entrepreneur, engineer, and inventor. Among his many inventions is the patent of nanotechnology that can detect and monitor chronic diseases. Ategeka previously served as the founder and CEO of Ride for Lives, a company that builds innovative vehicles to deliver healthcare services in developing countries. He has been recognized in publications such as NPR and BBC for his work as a social entrepreneur. Additionally, Ategeka was included in the 2014 "Forbes 30 Under 30" list. Ategeka is a University of California, Berkeley alumnus, holding a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering.