Angad Sahgal

Angad Sahgal  is the founder of Chai Ho Tea and the app Let Me Do It. Angad’s love for food, drink and travel led him to founding his first company Chai Ho Teas which provides ethically sourced, organic, gourmet teas from his home country of India. As Ambassador for the Georgia Supported Decision Making Project, Angad saw the potential for technology to help people with disabilities live independent and full lives. This led to him launching Let Me Do It – an application that supports disabled individuals and their support systems to help make decision making easier and more a passionate young man with a great love for food, soccer, art, animals, and family & friends worldwide. He is naturally drawn to a good challenge and enjoys both the process and the outcome. He is a student at the Georgia State University and has Down Syndrome.


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