Josh is an experienced senior executive, having co-founded healthcare enterprises and presided over several large organizations. Prior to Hazel, he co-founded DaVita Rx, where he was President from $50M to $1B+ of revenue, and served as CEO of direct primary care startup Everside Health (formerly Paladina Health). He has proven success in developing forward-thinking healthcare organizations while delivering exceptional clinical and financial results. Josh is an early AmeriCorps alumnus, and holds both a B.A. and an M.B.A. from Stanford University.
Jeannie has over two decades of executive-level healthcare strategy experience in both delivery and clinical quality capacities. Prior to Hazel, she served as Chief Strategy and People Officer at InnerChange, and was a Divisional Director at DaVita. She received her undergraduate degree from Duke University and her MBA from The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Rob has over 13 years of experience as an ER doctor, the last two as a Pediatric Emergency Director. While training during his emergency medicine residency, he discovered his calling to treat patients who had the least access to care. After building the pediatric emergency department at Renown Regional Medical Center, he co-founded Hazel with the goal to leverage technology to provide greater access to care for children. He attended the University of California at Berkeley and obtained his medical degree at New York Medical College.
Dr. Travis previously served as the Health Officer and Chief of Public Health Services for Montgomery County, Maryland, where he oversaw the county health system, including the county's school based health program. He brings significant pediatric clinical experience to Hazel, and has been a published researcher on topics such as the impact of exposure to bullying and interpersonal violence on adolescent risk-taking behavior. Dr. Travis is a faculty member at NYU and the co-chair of the CDC/HRSA Advisory Committee on HIV, Viral Hepatitis and STD Prevention and Treatment (CHACHSPT).
Cheryl has served in many financial leadership roles over her 30+ year career. Most recently she served as CFO for Perceptyx, and prior to that as CFO for Healthline.com, the leading healthcare information platform where she led the sale of Healthline.com twice as well as several acquisitions for the company. She obtained her B.B.A. in accounting from the University of Iowa and her CPA in California.
A lifelong educator, Andrew has served as the Chief Innovation Officer of Invo Health, the President of Catapult Academy, an Assistant Superintendent in Duval County Public Schools, a school site administrator in Miami-Dade County Public Schools, and a classroom teacher. He also founded a 501(c)(3) non-profit which infuses literacy and sports to increase students’ chances at becoming high school graduates. Andrew holds an M.S. in educational leadership from Nova Southeastern University and a B.A. in political science and secondary education from the University of Miami.
Nick has over 30 years of experience developing, innovating, and managing a diverse set of products and teams as a software leader, engineer, and entrepreneur. He co-founded Hazel Health with the goal of increasing healthcare access for children and families, and oversees the organization’s technology direction, product architecture, hiring, and development of a comprehensive, end-to-end, custom virtual healthcare model. Nick received his undergraduate degree in computer engineering from Santa Clara University, where he graduated first in his class.
Drew has 20 years of experience as a marketing leader, former consultant, and is an entrepreneur-at-heart. She has helped to successfully launch and lead more than a dozen new brands and businesses while dedicating herself to being an inclusive and mission-driven leader, building highly motivated and engaged teams of people who want to do meaningful things in the world. A student of science and a steward of the environment, Drew holds a B.S. in biological and environmental sciences from Emory University and an MBA from the Scheller School of Business at Georgia Tech.
Silver has been in the education industry for over 20 years, most recently as the GM of LEGO Education, North America and serving on the global leadership team. Silver has been with multiple successful startups including Schoolnet as SVP of Solution Sales (acquired by Pearson) and Razorfish. Silver has an MBA from Kellogg School of Management.
Whitney has over 15 years of experience in hospital and pharmacy settings serving patients with chronic health conditions. Her experience includes leading IT business management, quality and process improvement, change management, and customer retention teams. She’s a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and holds a B.S. in biochemistry from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Mary Ann is an experienced Corporate Board Director and CEO. She has led a provider/payer health care system in the U.S. with $2B in revenue and over 18,000 interprofessional team members. She has also led mergers, integrations and turnarounds at multibillion-dollar organizations and has guided companies from startup to large scale dissemination and profitable exits.
Mike has been at Bain Capital since 1991 and has invested in numerous companies, from startup through $1 billion in revenue, across multiple areas. He served as the Chief Financial Officer of a $70 million loan processing company and President of a $100 million software company. Prior to Bain Capital, Mike was a consultant at Bain & Company.
As one of the early pioneers in the next generation of leading EdTech companies, Tory has played a hands-on role as a lead investor and board member in helping companies across all facets of development including core definition and measurement of value proposition, sales and distribution, hiring, funding and eventual paths to successful exit. Prior to Owl Ventures, Tory was a Partner at Catamount Ventures where he founded and ran one of the venture industry’s first education investment practices.
Dr. Anoshiravani is a board-certified pediatrics and adolescent medicine doctor who has dedicated his career to the health of detained youth, publishing over 10 peer-reviewed articles, and serving as the medical director of the Santa Clara Juvenile Justice Custody Institutions. He is a member of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine, the Maternal and Child Health Research Institute, and has received numerous honors and awards.
Dr. Alex Billioux is focused on improving individual and community health through innovative cross-sector population health strategies, primary-care driven health care delivery models, and sharing data to foster coordinated, learning health systems. Dr. Billioux was formerly the Assistant Secretary for the Office of Public Health at the Louisiana Department of Health, Senior Advisor to the Director of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, and he directed the Division of Population Health Incentives and Infrastructure. In that role, he led care delivery models aimed at improving health by integrating health care and social care systems around individual and community needs.
Dr. Molly Coye serves health systems seeking to innovate and transform through the employment of digital solutions. Dr. Coye also advises national health systems and policy makers about disruptive technologies and business models, and serves on the industry boards of early stage companies developing digital solutions to make care affordable, high quality and accessible for all. Dr. Coye is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine, and has previously served as the Chief Innovation Officer for UCLA Health, Commissioner of Health for the State of New Jersey, and Director of the California State Department of Health Services, among other prominent roles.
Dr. Amar Desai is a physician, public health leader and health care executive with decades of experience transforming the health care system and helping patients lead healthier, more fulfilled lives. Through his work, Dr. Desai has developed innovative delivery models that improve clinical outcomes, increase affordability, and transform the experience of being a health care consumer. Dr. Desai has improved care delivery in a range of settings, including early-stage start-ups, organizational turnaround, Fortune 200 companies, and academic health systems.
Mr. Kelly has extensive executive experience in the healthcare industry, including having served as the CEO of HealthSmart and President and CEO of Schaller Anderson, where he led the combined Medicaid business post-acquisition by Aetna, more than doubling membership and enrollment. Prior to Aetna and Schaller Anderson, Mr. Kelly served on the leadership team at Davita that successfully acquired Gambro’s dialysis business, and led the financing team that arranged the $3 billion credit facility that funded the transaction.
Clarence So joined Salesforce in their founding year and has spent the past 20 years growing the company in a variety of leadership roles including Chief Marketing Officer, EVP Product Management and Chief Strategy Officer. Prior to Salesforce, Clarence worked in engineering, product management, and venture capital roles at Motorola Semiconductor, Arbor Software and US Venture Partners.