Mansata is the founder of VR Revival, a health technology start-up helping the underrepresented in Mental Health. She was a Nesta and Story Futures Immersive Mental Health Fellow at Royal Holloway University of London, where she graduated with a First-Class Honours in Mathematics. She works alongside Psychology Academics to develop immersive solutions for Adults in the UK Mental Health industry. She is a Creative Technologist, passionate about using innovative strategies to fill gaps in the care of vulnerable underrepresented populations and promoting health inclusivity in Adults.
As the Founder of Health Tech Start-up VR Revival, she spent the last year building a virtual reality 360 software application for BAME dementia patients so they can experience love and joy through wellness and education. For this, she won 10 Awards including WeAreTheCity Rising Star in HealthCare, Future Star in Tech For Good, TechWomen100, Sunday Times Top 10 People’s Champion, Top 100 Innovators in the UK and Entrepreneur of the Year Women in Technology World Series. She was featured in the BBC and The Times and recently named Top 10 Digital Leaders in the UK and listed on the Maker’s Women in Software PowerList.
VR Revival offers compassion training using the power of storytelling, psychology and virtual reality, to empower women of colour so they can succeed in the workplace and address the mental health challenges facing them in the corporate environment particularly as a result of Covid 19. This will make it possible for Black women to address feelings of distress, guilt, inadequacy and failure, through self-compassion.
Mansata loves personal development and is very enthusiastic about leading by example to inspire and motivate young Black women to unlock their full potential and do what they love while impacting the world positively. Prior to this, she spent 5 years working as an Actuarial Consultant in the City.