I’m responsible for the overall product strategy and product life cycle of MMIT’s product portfolio. My team and I lead new product development, supporting clients in their efforts around market access, drug commercialization, contracting and validation as well as advanced data science applications, to name a few.
That’s easy. My team and I get up every morning and ask ourselves what we could be doing better to improve a patient’s access to the therapies they need. It’s a mission that permeates our actions every day as we create new products and make data easier to access and consume. And when it all comes together, there’s no other feeling like it.
There’s my family, of course. That’s No. 1. My wife and son keep me grounded and consistently remind me that there’s life outside of a Zoom screen. That said, if we’ve been on Zoom calls together, you’ve probably seen a bunch of guitars behind me. Once upon a time I was an aspiring musician. And while reality set in early on that I wasn’t going to make much of a living at it, my love for music never waned. It’s my outlet and refuge, especially when I have some deep thinking to do.
Prior to joining MMIT, I was the Chief Marketing Officer at TeleTracking Technologies, Inc., where I led marketing, strategy and customer experience, and guided a transformation from patient flow category leader to healthcare’s premier operational command center solution. I’ve also held various roles of increasing scope at General Electric, JP Morgan and Wells Fargo.
I have an MBA from Duke University and a BA in economics from Illinois Wesleyan University.