Margaretta Colangelo has been an executive in the software industry in Silicon Valley for over 30 years. She has a deep and multifaceted understanding of business, science, and technology, and is highly adept at tracking and forecasting innovation in technology.
Margaretta is Co-founder and Managing Partner of Deep Knowledge Group, a consortium that includes Deep Knowledge Ventures, Longevity.Capital, AI-Pharma.Capital, Longevity Bank, Longevity FinTech Company, Deep Knowledge Analytics, Aging Analytics Agency, NeuroTech Analytics, Biogerontology Research Foundation, Longevity Swiss Foundation, Longevity International UK – Secretariat for the UK All-Party Parliamentary on Longevity, and AI-Longevity Consortium at King’s College London.
Margaretta serves on the advisory boards of the world’s first AI Precision Health Institute at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center, and the Longevity AI Consortium at King’s College London.
Margaretta has published over 100 articles on the topics of AI, biopharma, and the Longevity Industry and she publishes weekly newsletters with Dmitry Kaminskiy on DeepTech, AI for Longevity, and The Longevity Economy with over 20,000 subscribers. Margaretta is a regular contributor to Forbes and her articles on AI and Longevity have been published multiple times in MIT Technology Review Italia, Health Management Journal, Outsourcing Pharma, Pharmaceutical Executive, Healthcare IT News, Bahrain Entrepreneur, Asian Robotics Review, and The American Journal of Translational Medicine. She is co-author with Dmitry Kaminskiy of Longevity Industry 1.0: Defining The Biggest And Most Complex Industry In Human History.
Margaretta has been at the forefront of emerging technologies throughout her entire career. In the 1990s she was a core member of the team that developed the first Java based secure messaging software for stock trading platforms – software that is still used today by the world’s top multinational investment banks. She’s been a core member of teams that have influenced important technical specifications and standards, including JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) and JMS (Java Messaging Service), that have helped advance the technology industry. Margaretta moderates sessions at select conferences and has over 30,000 followers on LinkedIn.