Phreesia helps medical groups and health systems leverage patient intake to achieve their strategic objectives. When we founded Phreesia in 2005, we saw an opportunity to put innovative technology into the hands of patients to automate check-in and streamline front-office workflow. Over the last decade, our platform has evolved as we incorporated eligibility and benefits verification, built our own payments platform and integrated with the leading practice management and electronic medical record systems.
Today, we facilitate more than 54 million patient visits annually through a robust platform of applications, including patient registration, revenue cycle, clinical support, appointments and patient activation.
At Phreesia, we realize how uniquely positioned and privileged we are to connect with patients before, during and after their visit to their provider. We have made it our mission to know patient intake and to help healthcare providers better understand their patients. We use medical histories, insurance benefits, socio-economic indicators—whatever it takes—to gather important data and engage patients in their care. Whether we are screening for depression, identifying patients at risk for falls or signing up Medicare patients for annual wellness visits, we want to make a difference.
Phreesia is a technology company, but our goal is to improve healthcare—one patient visit at a time.
Since co-founding Phreesia in 2005, Chaim Indig has helped revolutionize the patient intake experience. Under his leadership, Phreesia has established a broad national footprint, developed strategic partnerships with some of the world’s largest healthcare companies, and earned accolades for its role in making healthcare more efficient and patient-centered.
Prior to founding Phreesia, he held key roles at Spotfire and OLAP@Work. Chaim is also a recognized business leader, trusted industry expert and sought-after speaker. He was a finalist for Ernst & Young’s “Entrepreneur of the Year” Award and was featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review as a healthcare innovator.
Since co-founding Phreesia in 2005, Evan Roberts has led the company’s efforts to bring the highest value to its clients. As Chief Operating Officer, he leads Phreesia’s Customer Solutions and Product Management teams. He previously served as Chief Technology Officer and also Vice President, Customer Solutions, where he was responsible for bringing Phreesia’s patient intake management solutions to healthcare organizations across the country.
Prior to co-founding Phreesia, Evan was a senior sales engineer at Spotfire, where he helped to penetrate new markets, resulting in significant net new revenue. There, he developed innovative applications and trained and managed his team to support and nurture these new markets. He holds a BS in computer engineering from Tufts University.
As Chief Financial Officer, Randy Rasmussen oversees the company’s budgeting, forecasting, monthly reporting, financial analysis and internal controls. Randy has 25 years of finance and accounting experience in software and technology companies.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Randy was Senior Vice President and Controller at Medidata Solutions where he managed global accounting operations, including SEC reporting and financial planning and analysis. Prior to Medidata, he spent over a decade in finance and accounting leadership roles with SAP. He earned his BBA in accounting and finance from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.
Amy VanDuyn brings more than 20 years of HR experience to Phreesia, where she is responsible for the design and implementation of all talent strategies, policies and processes across the company.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Amy worked in human resource leadership roles across many industries, including hospitality, SaaS and public relations, contributing to the growth and culture of companies at a variety of sizes and stages. Her passion lies in working closely with business leaders to define and implement talent strategies that align with their business goals, and creating environments where people can grow and excel in their careers. Amy holds a BA in hospitality business from Michigan State University.
As Phreesia’s VP of Human Resources, Faith partners with the company’s business partners to drive retention, career growth, and align HR strategies with Phreesia’s mission and vision. She has more than 25 years of human resources, coaching and leadership experience.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Faith served as Vice President of Human Resources for Recorded Future, a threat intelligence company focused on delivering actionable security information to governments and companies worldwide. Prior to her role at Recorded Future, she held HR leadership positions in the private and public sectors, including at Harvard University and E Ink. She is the President and Founder of oliverworks, a consulting and leadership coaching firm, focused on driving organizational and individual peak performance. Faith holds a BS from Syracuse University, an MA from the University of Michigan and a Leadership Coaching Certification from Georgetown University.
Balaji brings more than 20 years of executive experience to his role at Phreesia, where he manages investor relations.
Prior to joining Phreesia, he spent nearly a decade in leadership roles at companies including Madaket Health, Press Ganey and Fresenius Medical Care, where he was responsible for finance, corporate development, strategy and investor relations. He also spent more than a decade as an investment research analyst in the healthcare services market at several financial and investment firms, including Deutsche Bank, GE Capital and Oppenheimer & Co., Inc. Balaji holds a master’s degree in health services administration from The George Washington University and a BA from the University of Rochester.
Briana oversees strategic initiatives, which includes the identification, evaluation, and implementation of new growth opportunities.
Prior to this role, Briana led the go-to-market strategy for Phreesia’s hospital market segment. Before joining Phreesia, Briana oversaw strategic partnerships for an artificial intelligence start-up. She also holds over a decade of experience in healthcare, working at companies including Surgical Care Affiliates and Accretive Health, where she held key operational, strategy and innovation roles. Briana holds a BA from Georgetown University and a MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
As Phreesia’s Vice President, Controller, Janet leads the company’s accounting functions. She has more than 30 years in finance and accounting with a proven track record of developing high-performing teams and partnering collaboratively with senior management.
Prior to joining Phreesia, she served as the Vice President and Corporate Controller at Bankrate, a consumer financial services company where she led the restructuring of the accounting team and was a key player in the sale to Red Ventures. Prior to joining Bankrate, Janet oversaw the finance and accounting functions at dck worldwide, a privately held global commercial construction company. Janet is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and began her career at Deloitte. She received her BS in Accounting and Finance from the State University of New York College at Oneonta.
As Phreesia’s General Counsel, Allison manages the company’s Legal, Compliance, Risk, Privacy and Security teams. She has more than 25 years of legal and people-management experience.
Prior to joining Phreesia, she served as Chief Legal and Administrative Officer for Intersection, a digital technology company focused on improving life in cities and public spaces. Prior to joining Intersection, Allison oversaw the legal and human resources departments for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, culminating in oversight of the company’s sale. She began her career at Skadden Arps. Allison holds a BA from the College of Arts and Sciences and a BS from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and she received her JD from the University of Chicago Law School.
As Phreesia’s Assistant General Counsel for General Contracts, Tiffany negotiates the commercial agreements for the enterprise partners, providers and procurement vendors, and counsels the leadership and sales teams on other complex compliance, risk, privacy and security issues. She has more than 18 years of legal and people-management experience.
Prior to joining Phreesia, she served as Senior In-House Counsel at Accenture LLP. Prior to her tenure at Accenture LLP, Tiffany was an Associate at Arnstein & Lehr LLP in Chicago. She began her career as a Computer Systems Analyst at Hewitt & Associates. Tiffany holds a BA from the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) in Health Care Administration and she received her JD from the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) – Chicago Kent School of Law.
As Assistant General Counsel – Corporate and Securities, Alexis manages Phreesia’s SEC compliance, corporate governance and corporate transactions.
Prior to joining Phreesia, she served as Associate General Counsel and Assistant Secretary for Vivint Solar, culminating in its merger with Sunrun. Prior to joining Vivint Solar, Alexis served as Assistant General Counsel in the Corporate Secretary’s department at AIG. She began her career at Clifford Chance in New York. She holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and a JD from New York University School of Law.
Kristine Chung Salcedo is the Assistant General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer at Phreesia. She is responsible for overseeing the company’s privacy program and compliance with laws, regulations and contracts.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Kristine helped manage the privacy and compliance programs for a national cancer-specialty health system. She earned her law degree from the University of Wisconsin and holds a BA in Psychology from Barnard College, Columbia University.
Dan Nathan joined Phreesia in 2007. As Chief Technology Officer, he oversees Phreesia’s core and integration platforms, and is responsible for the company’s Patient Intake, Data Center Operations, Site Reliability Engineering and Analytics teams.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Dan was a developer on Spotfire’s professional services team, working with users analyzing data in pharmaceutical research, oil and gas exploration, and semiconductor manufacturing. He holds degrees in computer science and ceramic engineering from Alfred University.
Markiyan Malko leads Phreesia’s Payments team, overseeing product development for the company’s revenue cycle applications and internal payment-processing operations. He has more than 15 years of experience in the payments industry and holds patents for several revenue cycle products he helped create.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Markiyan oversaw product management for a number of financial technology companies and helped to build payment solutions such as gateways, mobile wallets, application program interfaces (APIs) and point-of-sale solutions. He holds an MBA from Curry College and a BS in computer science from the Wentworth Institute of Technology.
Sally oversees Phreesia’s Patient Engagement applications and works with the company’s product team to provide clients with innovative and user-friendly solutions.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Sally spent seven years in product management with HealthStream, a leading provider of healthcare workforce development. She also led clinical trials and served on the institutional review board at Centerstone, one of the nation’s largest behavioral healthcare organizations. Sally holds an MBA from Vanderbilt University and an A.B. in psychology from Duke University.
As VP of Product Management, David oversees Phreesia’s integration products and works with the company’s Product team to provide clients with integration and automation solutions. He has over a decade of experience developing integrated product in the healthcare industry, including FDA 510(k)-regulated and healthcare interoperability standards-based products.
Prior to joining Phreesia, David spent seven years in product development at Capsule Tech, a medical device integration company, where he oversaw the development of hundreds of medical device integrations, managed design controls and successfully passed multiple FDA 510k audits for Capsule Tech’s medical-grade software products. In addition, David participated in the early stages of the IHE Patient Care Devices Domain working group, developing some of the initial implementations of these IHE standards. He studied computer engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Edouard Valla leads Phreesia’s Product Management team, which is responsible for setting the company’s product vision and delivering innovative solutions to its customers.
Before joining Phreesia, Edouard worked in software development for technology startups, including a company that provides voiceover IP services and another that manages international donations through an online marketplace. He is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, having spent two years in Senegal, West Africa. Edouard holds an MBA from Columbia University and earned a BA from Colgate University.
Jack Callahan joined Phreesia in 2010 to help build and expand the company’s integration team. He is now responsible for integration development with external systems and deployment to Phreesia customers. Jack also oversees Phreesia’s early career program, which strives to hire, train and mentor young engineers at the company.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Jack was a developer and architect at Spotfire, where he worked on the professional services team helping clients from a wide range of industries gather and analyze their data. He holds a BS in computer science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Russell joined Phreesia in 2013 to further expand the organization’s patient payment services. With over 15 years of software engineering and agile project management experience, Russell continues to lead Phreesia’s Payments engineering group, along with a new focus on improving Phreesia’s appointment-scheduling systems.
Before joining Phreesia, Russell led several engineering teams across multiple industries while serving as a Solutions Architect and Director for Matrix Resources. While at Matrix, Russell championed multiple agile software development processes, which he continues to do at Phreesia. He holds a BSBA in Management Information Systems from the University of West Florida.
As VP of Engineering, Richard leads the Life Sciences Engineering group, developing products to engage patients directly, and supporting Phreesia’s Life Sciences partners. He has been with Phreesia since 2014, managing a range of key architectural initiatives, including the development and expansion of the company’s Patient Communications products.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Richard held software engineering leadership roles in a variety of industries, including retail energy and internet banking. Richard holds a BSc in Computer Science from Kingston University, London, UK.
Aaron Steinfurth leads Customer Solutions teams at Phreesia, where he is responsible for the implementation of new clients, ongoing success of current clients, and assisting with pre-sale activities and product development.
Aaron brings more than 16 years of industry experience to his role. Prior to joining Phreesia, he served as a client director for Accretive Health, an imbedded management consulting group, where he focused on healthcare operations and revenue cycle. Prior to that, he worked as a management consultant at Huron Consulting Group, leading several revenue-cycle improvement initiatives for large hospitals. He earned an MBA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a BS in finance at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Jenn Sander leads Customer Solution teams at Phreesia, where she is responsible for customer operations, the implementation of new clients, ongoing success of existing clients and assisting with pre-sale activities and product development. She also oversees Phreesia’s Customer Solutions Early Career Onboarding Program, which strives to hire, train and mentor young Services, Success and Technical Associates at the company.
Jenn brings 15 years of healthcare industry experience to her role, including customer operations, sales development, consulting, software implementations, physician-office management, physician relations and process improvement. She earned a Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Texas State University, and a BS in Biology from Texas Tech University.
Sara leads the Customer Services and Customer Success teams for health systems at Phreesia. In this role, Sara is responsible for pre-sales activities, implementation, workflow optimization and ongoing account management. Sara works closely with teams inside Phreesia to solve the unique challenges health systems are facing by providing tailored solutions to fit their needs and enhance the patient experience.
Prior to joining Phreesia, she spent six years at Cerner Corporation leading a UX team supporting patient applications as well as supporting existing clients in ongoing upgrades and physician workflow optimization. She earned a BS in business administration and an MBA from the University of Missouri.
David Linetsky is responsible for cultivating Phreesia’s partnerships with Life Sciences companies, supporting them in the development of healthcare products that deliver value and engage patients in their care. He has worked at Phreesia for more than a decade and held key leadership roles, including Vice President of Analytics and Insights, and Vice President of Finance.
Prior to joining Phreesia, David worked in academia as a researcher and instructor in the fields of biotechnology, mathematics and philosophy. David holds a BS in mathematics from the University of Alberta. He also earned a master’s degree and was a PhD candidate in mathematics and logic at the City University of New York.
Anagha (Anu) Nadkarni
Anu Nadkarni is responsible for managing Phreesia’s strategic life partnerships and identifying new market opportunities to drive growth.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Anu was an entrepreneur, during which time she founded, launched and sold her mobile technology startup. She also spent five years as an attorney for the US Department of Housing and Urban Development as a corporate transactional attorney. Anu holds an MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, a JD from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a BA in political science from McGill University.
Danielle leads Phreesia’s Client Experience and Content Strategy teams for the company’s Life Sciences department. She is responsible for helping Life Sciences clients, including pharmaceutical companies and media agencies, reach their ideal patient audiences through targeted digital engagement campaigns.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Danielle spent more than a decade working in account management for such organizations as CDM, DDB Health and Publicis LifeBrands Medicus, where she focused on strategic marketing campaigns for launching and managing the life cycles of high-science therapies. Danielle earned a BA in marketing from James Madison University.
Gal Nevo leads the Data Science, Analytics & Insights and Research teams for Phreesia’s Life Sciences department.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Gal was a product manager at Verint Systems, a leading cyber security and communication company, where she led the strategy and development of the company’s intelligence investigation system. She also served in the IDF as a Senior Intelligence Analyst in Unit 8200. Gal holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and an LLB in law and BA in business administration from the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel. Gal is a certified member of the Israeli Bar.
Hilary Hatch, Ph.D.
Dr. Hatch leads the development of clinical programs at Phreesia. She partners with clinical leaders to improve quality performance through the implementation of patient-reported outcomes (PROs), social and behavioral needs screenings and patient activation modules.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Dr. Hatch was Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Vital Score, a digital health company acquired by Phreesia in 2018. She is an Instructor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins and serves on the faculty of the Psychoanalytic Association of NY (PANY) affiliated with NYU Langone Health. She holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from City University of New York, a postdoctoral certificate in psychoanalysis from PANY, and a BA from Columbia College.
Michael Davidoff is responsible for Phreesia’s go-to-market strategy and oversees Phreesia’s Marketing, Business Development and Sales and Marketing Operations teams.
Before joining Phreesia, Michael held research and product development roles at the March of Dimes, where he led informatics initiatives and published epidemiology studies in peer-reviewed journals. Prior to that, he was with Merck & Co., where he studied the feasibility of drug-delivery targets. Michael earned an MPH from the University of Minnesota and a BS in Biophysics from Boston College.
Will Rideout co-leads Phreesia’s provider network sales strategy, and is responsible for Phreesia’s Direct Specialty Sales and Sales Development teams. With more than 20 years of healthcare operations, consulting and sales experience, Will’s leadership focuses on cultivating and promoting top talent, driving commitment and accountability, garnering insights through data analysis, and achieving “mutual best interest” outcomes.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Will was a top producer at MDeverywhere, Misys Healthcare Systems and Allscripts. He earned his BS at Cornell University and his MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Marc Winchester co-leads Phreesia’s provider network sales strategy, and is responsible for Phreesia’s Direct Multi-Specialty and Health System Sales teams. He brings more than 30 years of industry experience to his role, and his background spans the healthcare IT spectrum, including practice management, electronic health records, telemedicine, revenue cycle management and patient engagement.
Before joining Phreesia, Marc held executive roles with Misys Healthcare Systems (now Allscripts), Digital Healthcare Systems (now EMIS PLC) and Intuit. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Kharen Hauck leads the company’s Demand Generation team, collaborates on Phreesia’s marketing growth strategies and executes campaigns. She also oversees the implementation of marketing technology tools that provide quantitative and qualitative feedback on campaign performance.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Kharen held senior account management positions at both media strategy and full-service creative agencies, specializing in life sciences. She is a graduate of West Chester University.
As Phreesia’s VP of Corporate Communications, Maureen McKinney oversees all aspects of internal and external communications, including public relations, content marketing and brand storytelling.
Maureen has nearly 20 years of experience in healthcare journalism and communications. Prior to joining Phreesia in 2015, Maureen was a reporter at Modern Healthcare, a business publication for healthcare executives, where she covered healthcare IT, quality and patient safety, and also created editorial content for events and conferences. She holds a BA in Communications from the University of Michigan and an MSJ from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.
Audrey Gato is responsible for managing Phreesia’s strategic partnerships and identifying new market opportunities to drive growth.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Audrey was a management consultant at IBM, where she led growth strategy and operational improvement engagements for technology clients. She also worked at Cerner Corporation, where she managed a team of engineers to implement technology solutions in the United Kingdom. Audrey holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a dual BA in systems engineering and economics from Washington University in St. Louis.
Kristin Roberts is responsible for building Phreesia’s Appointments offering by commercializing products and services that help improve patient access and drive appointments for provider clients.
Before joining Phreesia, Kristin was a management consultant at Booz & Company, where she led product launch and growth strategy engagements for its life sciences clients. She also worked as a consultant at ZS Associates, specializing in quantitative physician market research and sales deployment optimization. Kristin earned an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BA in public health studies from Johns Hopkins University.
P. Jamie McCarthy
Jamie McCarthy is responsible for managing Phreesia’s strategic partnerships and identifying new market opportunities to drive growth. In his previous role, he was the VP of Finance at Phreesia, responsible for leading Phreesia’s payments business and overseeing budgeting, forecasting, and financial operations. Prior to joining Phreesia, he spent six years at LLR Partners, a Philadelphia-based private equity firm, investing in rapidly growing technology companies.
Jamie has a BS in economics from the Wharton School and a BS in engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
Sandra Schittone is responsible for the acquisition and retention of Phreesia’s Health Systems and Strategic Accounts. A 10-year Phreesia veteran, she has held several key roles over the past decade, helping to guide the company’s corporate strategy, while working to align the customer’s voice with product and operational offerings that meet the needs of Phreesia’s largest and most complex clients.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Sandra held leadership positions with Capital One, Viacom and Diebold, focusing on healthcare revenue cycle management, consumer engagement and POS technologies. Sandra is an ambassador and board advisor to the Pink Ribbon Story Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to sharing breast-cancer survivor stories. She also is an active member of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association and a founding member of Children Helping Children. Sandra earned a BS from Florida State University.
Nick leads Phreesia’s strategic sales efforts, working to acquire enterprise clients and to evaluate, enter and design solutions for new markets. Nick partners with a broad range of healthcare leaders to help them improve the patient experience and achieve their organizational goals. He brings more than a decade of industry knowledge to his role, with experience in areas ranging from electronic health records, medical-imaging software and medical devices and supplies to revenue cycle management and digital solutions.
Prior to joining Phreesia, Nick held management roles at several healthcare software, device and supply companies, as well as positions in advertising and experiential marketing. He earned a BS in advertising from the University of Illinois.
Ashwin oversees Phreesia’s Sale and Marketing Operations. He is responsible for developing and refining the sales strategy and processes and providing strategic insight to drive sustainable growth.
Ashwin brings more than 15 years of experience to his role. Prior to joining Phreesia, Ashwin was an entrepreneur, during which time he co-founded, launched and sold a global compliance technology startup. Prior to that, Ashwin worked in investment banking and venture capital focused on mergers and acquisitions, strategic advisory and early-stage investing in the Software and Internet space. Ashwin started his career in management consulting where he co-launched Ernst & Young LLP’s first financial services industry-focused data analysis practice.
Ashwin holds a BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Lehigh University, where he graduated with honors.
Michael serves as Founding Chair of Phreesia. He is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Ardan Equity, a healthcare enterprise software private equity firm. Previously, Michael was Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Optum Ventures. He was Co-Founder and CEO of Humedica, a pioneer and leader in the field of population health management and big data. Following Humedica’s acquisition by UnitedHealth Group (UHG), Michael broadened his role as President and CEO of Optum Analytics. Prior to launching Humedica, he was a Senior Managing Director at Leerink Partners (now SVB Leerink). Michael was CEO of PharMetrics, which was acquired by IMS Health (now IQVIA). He focuses on healthcare innovation as an Entrepreneur in Residence at Harvard Business School, an Advisory Board member of the Innovation and Digital Health Accelerator at Boston Children’s Hospital, and is on the board of The College Diabetes Network (CDN). Michael received a BA in Economics from Brandeis University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Chaim co-founded Phreesia in 2005. Under his leadership, Phreesia has established a broad national footprint, developed strategic partnerships with some of the world’s largest healthcare companies and earned accolades for its role in generating workplace efficiencies and improving clinical care. In 2011, he was a finalist for Ernst & Young’s “Entrepreneur of the Year” award, and has been featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review as a healthcare innovator. Prior to co-founding Phreesia, Chaim led the introduction of the high-end analytics software company, Spotfire, into the pharmaceutical marketing space.
Edward L. Cahill
Ed is a partner at HLM Venture Partners. Previously, he was a founding partner of Cahill, Warnock & Co. (now Camden Partners) and a managing director at Alex. Brown & Sons, where he headed the firm’s healthcare group. During his leadership at Alex. Brown & Sons, the firm underwrote public offerings or provided merger advisory services for over 200 healthcare companies and several leading biopharmaceutical companies. Ed is a director at Masimo Corp. and a trustee of Johns Hopkins Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Health System Corp. and Mercy Health Services.
Lainie is the Chief Financial Officer of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc., a leading global interactive entertainment company, where she oversees finance, investor relations and corporate communications. Lainie is a CPA with more than 30 years of financial and business experience in the software, entertainment, retail and apparel industries.
Prior to joining Take-Two, she was Vice President of Finance and Business Development at Nautica Enterprises, Inc. She also worked in the audit and reorganization departments at Grant Thornton LLP. Lainie holds a BSBA in accounting from the American University in Washington, D.C.
Cheryl Pegus, M.D.
Cheryl is the Executive Vice President of Health & Wellness at Walmart. Prior to joining Walmart, she was the Chief Medical Officer and President, Consumer Health Solutions, of Cambia Health Solutions. She also served as President of Caluent, as Walgreens’ first Chief Medical Officer and as Aetna’s Head of Clinical Products.
Cheryl is a recognized leader in addressing gaps in care and cost among underserved populations. She is co-founder of A New Beat, an organization dedicated to improving the cardiovascular health and careers of women and under-represented minorities. She sits on the board of the American Heart Association and is the immediate past Board Chair for the Association of Black Cardiologists.
Gillian is a partner at Union Square Ventures, a venture capital firm based in New York City, and has more than 25 years of corporate experience in the financial and technology industries. Prior to her current role, she spent seven years as Chief Financial Officer for XO Group, Inc., an online media and technology company, which she and her team sold in 2018. Previously, Gillian served as Managing Director at Allen & Company and Executive Director of Equity Research at Morgan Stanley. She also serves on the boards of Sweet Briar College and the St. Regis Foundation.
Mark Smith, M.D.
Mark is a Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of California at San Francisco and Visiting Professor at the School of Public Health at the University of California at Berkeley. He co-chairs the Guiding Committee of the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network. A nationally recognized leader in healthcare improvement and health policy, Mark was the founding president and former CEO of the California HealthCare Foundation, a philanthropic organization focused on improving the health of Californians, which he led from 1996 to 2013. He was elected to the Institute of Medicine in 2001.