Women, Wellbeing and Innovation – Meet the CEOS!
It’s Women’s History Month.
Meet the CEOs from these innovative companies!
What different perspectives do women offer when it comes to wellbeing, innovation and benefits?
What can we learn from the challenges they’ve faced……and the opportunities in front of us?
Don’t miss this fun and interesting discussion!
Lindsay Jurist-Rosner is the CEO of Wellthy, Inc. based in New York City. Wellthy is helping the 66 million Americans who care for aging, chronically ill, and disabled loved ones. With Wellthy, Lindsay is building the company she needed throughout the 28-years caring for her mother.
Prior to founding Wellthy in 2014, Lindsay was in the advertising technology and media industries with functional responsibilities in marketing, product and sales. Lindsay served as the Senior Vice President of Marketing at NY-based advertising technology startup, Simulmedia. Before that, Lindsay ran Marketing Research at Machinima; worked in product and strategic marketing at Microsoft; worked in marketing at LA-based startup, Spot Runner; and ran the west coast advertising and marketing relationships for The Atlantic.
Lindsay received an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a BA in Economics-Operations Research from Columbia University. Lindsay lives in New York City.
Kyra Bobinet, MD, MPH
Dr. Kyra Bobinet is the CEO/Founder of Fresh Tri. She is an award-winning public health physician with an MPH from Harvard, specializing in Healthcare Innovation, Technology-enabled Behavior Change, and Population Health Management. She received her medical degree from UCSF. Dr. Bobinet is a member of the Stanford School of Medicine AIM Lab with Dr. Larry Chu, founder of MedicineX and previously in Dr. BJ Fogg’s Behavior Design Lab. Previously, Dr. Bobinet was the Medical Director of Health and Wellness Innovation at Aetna, designing evidence-based clinical interventions and algorithms for 30 million members. Dr. Bobinet’s best-selling book, Well-Designed Life, has been called a must-have tool for health innovators worldwide.
Naomi Allen is the co-founder and CEO of Brightline, the leader in technology-enabled pediatric behavioral health care. As the mom of three amazing kids, Naomi has seen firsthand the challenges in navigating the behavioral health system. She started Brightline in 2019 to reinvent the way behavioral health care is delivered for children, teens, and their families. Today, Brightline is delivering integrated care through innovative technology, virtual behavioral health services, and a collaborative care team focused on supporting families across a range of common challenges.
Naomi is a leading entrepreneur with over 20 years of hands-on experience developing highgrowth healthcare technology companies. Prior to starting Brightline, she was the Chief Growth Officer for Livongo, overseeing key strategic growth initiatives including new markets and acquisition operations, new category launch, and IPO preparation. She has held executive roles spanning operations, sales, and product as a founding team member of Castlight Health from inception to IPO. Before that, Naomi was a leader at McKinsey’s Silicon Valley office, helping to build their West Coast healthcare technology practice. She holds an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and received her undergraduate degree at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Gina Bartasi is a seasoned entrepreneur and veteran problem solver, with 20+ years of experience in health tech, and a proven track record of leading disruptive businesses through rapid growth stages and successful exits. After founding Progyny (NASDAQ: PGNY) in 2015, she heard employers’ desire to purchase fertility benefits directly from providers, resulting in millions in savings. Based on employers' feedback and industry insights, Gina launched Kindbody in August of 2018 with a team of experienced healthcare and industry veterans.