Mayra Khan is a seasoned operations and business development executive with a passion for innovation and entrepreneurship. Over the past 8 years she has served as the Managing Partner at Nova Driving School where she has grown the business from $50k to over $2 Mil in revenues. She has expanded Nova’s market share of the Chicago driver’s education market by maintaining a strong focus on excellence in teaching and a commitment to providing superior customer service. Mayra’s focus as a leader has been to guide and develop her team as well as to create systems that empower her organization to reach the highest levels of performance. Along with growing her business, Mayra understands and values the benefits of collaboration, mentorship and the need for constant learning. She has participated in a wide variety of programs and has been recognized by notable groups. • Mayra has participated in the 10,000 Small Businesses program by Goldman Sachs and received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Chicago-based Women’s Business Development Center. • She has been profiled several times in Chicago’s leading Latino business publication, Negocios Now, as one of Chicago’s “40 Under 40” Latino leaders. • Under her leadership, Nova Driving School was recognized with a Family Business Achievement Award and nominated for the Loyola University Chicago Family Business of the Year Award. • Nova Driving School was also a recipient of the Inner City 100 Award, which recognizes some of the fastest-growing small businesses in the country Mayra’s extensive experience and passion for innovation have led to recognition of the acute challenges as well as opportunities in the industry. She launched iDrivio to address the challenges in this Billion-dollar a year drivers education market. iDrivio is built to be a platform that connects individuals and businesses seeking driver’s education with top rated providers. The platform provides an ideal framework leveraging curated online training with offline behind the wheel training by leading instructors in the driver’s area.