Natalia Mykhaylova is the Founder and CEO of WeavAir, which develops sensor modules that improve indoor air quality and energy efficiency of HVAC systems. She has a background in engineering, chemistry, and design. Natalia is a graduate of Etobicoke School of Arts and has a B.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and a Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Toronto. Her Ph.D. work involved the development of novel devices and adaptable wireless networks for air pollution monitoring. Natalia has been named Clean 50 Top Emerging Leaders and Corporate Knights Top 30 Under 30 in Sustainability.

Venture: WeavAir provides advanced sensors and predictive software that helps prevent the spread of contamination and infection in buildings while reducing maintenance costs and energy use. The technology harnesses environmental, mechanical, and human metrics. It leverages predictive AI algorithms to manage HVAC systems, improve indoor air quality, save energy, and streamline operations. WeavAir offers unique insights and automation solutions to building managers and service providers, which helps them save time and money while creating new revenue streams. The company is a winner of the Enactus Canada Award, Le Monde Smart City Award, Mobile World Congress IoT/WT Innovation World Cup, Audi Lab Award, Schneider Electric Award, and UN WeGo Smart City Secretary General's award.