Better Walk Founder Partha Unnava Selected As A Kairos Fellow

April 4, 2017
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Press Release

Partha Unnava, founder of Better Walk, has been selected as a Spring 2017 Kairos Fellow. Each year, Kairos Society selects a handful of entrepreneurial students to join its fellowship. While the process is highly selective, students who are chosen as fellows become part of community of peers who are already shaping the world. Every fellow is under the age of 26 and has shown success in leadership over a field.

With acceptance to the fellowship, Better Walk will have access to a private network of influential and intelligent entrepreneurs. Previous Kairos Global Fellows include

  • Naxi Liu, Co-Founder of Nanoly
  • ‍Neil Parikh, Co-Founder of Casper
  • Caroline Pugh, Chief of Staff at Nav Health

Better Walk is excited to collaborate with the Kairos Society and its fellows in our journey to create simple medical device solutions.

About Better Walk

Founded in 2013, Better Walk is a high-paced, fast-growing, medical device company. We believe in innovating quickly and creating products that help patients.

We are the creators of the Better Walk crutch, a crutch that doesn't hurt a user's underarms. We've been featured in CNN, Forbes, at the White House, and other press outlets. Our goal is to make a significant impact the medical device industry by fixing obvious, yet overlooked problems.

For more information on Better Walk or to contact us, please visit www.bwcrutches.com.