Founder of Kinsa, which is revolutionizing healthcare by creating the world's first real-time map of health to stop the spread of illness. Previously, Executive Vice President at the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI): built a team of 55 professionals across 10 countries and brokered the deals that President Clinton announced on significantly reduced prices for AIDS, malaria, and TB medicines for 70+ developing countries -- $1.5 billion dollars in cost savings enabling more than 2 million people to access life-saving drugs. 3 prior tech startups. While a student at the University of Michigan, started a philanthropic organization (dmum.org) that raises $500,000 each year to support children undergoing extensive physician rehabilitation.
Creating the world's first real time map ...
Founder & CEO