Craig Norquist, MD FACEP FAMIA, is double board certified in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Informatics. He is a graduate of Harvard Medical School and former chief resident in Emergency Medicine at Maricopa Medical Center EM Residency. He has worked in community medicine for the last 20 years, serving as Department Chair of Emergency Medicine, the Chief of Staff for one of the hospitals, Network Patient Safety Officer, and now Chief Medical Information Officer for the network. He also serves as the Fellowship Director of Clinical Informatics and has a special interest in the use of technology to improve the delivery of care for both patients as well as care givers.
Craig is a veteran of the United States Navy and has been an active participant in ultra-marathons and is one of the few who have completed the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning, where he completed 4 of the oldest 100-mile trail races in 10 weeks. He has also completed over 18 Ironman distance triathlons while working full time as an emergency medicine physician and informatics.
Perhaps most importantly, Craig is also a cancer patient, having been diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma several years ago and recently completing chemotherapy, all while continuing to work as much as possible. Going through the rigors of chemo has provided a more compassionate and empathic perspective on care and how it could be improved.
Ogechika Alozie (MD MPH FACP FIDSA AAHIVS) is a graduate of the University of Minnesota’s Infectious Diseases fellowship. Prior to this, he received his medical degree from the University of Benin in Nigeria and then completed internship and residency at the Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he got his introduction to Digital Health. He is also board-certified in clinical informatics by the American Board of Preventive Medicine, making him one of less than 100 such certified physicians in the state of Texas.
Dr. Alozie was most recently the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at an HCA facility, Del Sol Medical Center, where he oversaw clinical quality, physician alignment and partnered on healthcare innovations. He is presently the CEO of Sunset West Health an organization in El Paso focused on the total spectrum of Infectious Diseases care; from persons living with HIV, to patients with COVID, as well as hospital infections. Dr. Alozie believes that patient care is the most important part of medicine. “Technology is not a replacement for patient care, but rather a way to enhance and catalyze the care our patients deserve”
As the chair, co-chair or member on multiple local and state committees, he represents El Paso, focused on how health information technology can improve care. In 2016 he gave a TEDx – El Paso talked titled “The Digital Immigrant” and recently gave another one titled “Uncertainty, In the Time of COVID”. In 2016 he was also awarded “Best Doctor in the City 2016” by the El Paso City Magazine. In 2017, the El Paso Pharmacy Association gave his clinic the “Award for Innovative Practice”. During the COVID 19 pandemic, Dr. Alozie represented the El Paso community to various media channels; these included – CNBC, Bloomberg, NPR, and CBS. He is presently a medical contributor for El Paso TV station – KVIA
Dan Goldsmith is an accomplished executive with a strong track record of
building businesses from startup to scale. With more than two decades in
software and management consulting, Dan has developed deep expertise
in cloud software, market growth strategies, global expansion, and
verticalization with a focus on life sciences, healthcare, and education
industries. His proven record of success spans both operating
businesses as a CEO/senior executive and as a director/advisor in the
Ashu Agte is the SVP of Engineering at WELL Health. A seasoned software engineering leader, he brings more than 20+ years of experience in overseeing engineering organizations at hyper-growth SaaS companies, including through multiple successful exits. Ashu has a proven track record of product development, team growth and technical innovation.
Prior to WELL Health, Ashu served as Senior Director of Engineering at Autodesk, Inc., a multinational software leader. While there, he oversaw a large globally distributed multi-disciplinary engineering organization responsible for the AutoCAD family of products, a globally leading CAD/CAM product.
As SVP of engineering at WELL Health, Ashu will lead and develop a diverse and empowered engineering and technology organization to realize the full potential of WELL Health’s product vision.
Ashu grew up in India and currently resides in the Bay Area with his wife, who is also a software engineer, and their daughter. He is a science and technology fan, during his spare time he loves exploring new tech and reading a lot of science fiction. As an avid traveler, his goal is to visit 50 countries and he is nearly half way there.
Sarah Shillington is the SVP of Customer Experience at WELL Health. She brings over 25 years of experience in healthcare IT leadership overseeing client organizations at large-scale, global enterprise companies.
Prior to WELL Health, Sarah served as Chief Client Officer for healthcare communication platform TigerConnect, where she oversaw all aspects of the client experience post-sale. Before that, Sarah spent seven years at Leidos Health, where she led consulting advisory services and strategic partnerships, and had a 19-year career at McKesson, running the customer education program, clinical consulting, as well as account management and teams, focused on helping clients maximize the value of McKesson’s extensive product portfolio. Additionally, Sarah spent several years as a health educator at Humboldt State University and the University of Wisconsin.
Sarah earned a bachelor’s degree in Education Administration and Health from North Central College and a master’s degree from Northwest Missouri State University. Sarah lives in Playa del Rey, Calif., is the proud mother of two daughters, and after being a dog person most of her life, is currently a cat parent in training.
Istvan Kadar-Toth is the Engineering Director and Hungary Site Leader at WELL Health. He brings more than 12 years of experience building and leading agile engineering teams across multiple organizations, including Ericsson, Janssen, GE, and PLAY’n GO.
In his role, he is responsible for building WELL Heath’s Hungary Engineering Organization, and leading the strategy and execution of a WELL Heath’s highly scalable and distributed technology stack.
Annie Pearl is the Chief Product Officer at Calendly, where she oversees the product vision, strategy, and roadmap for Calendly’s product. Annie is responsible for leading and scaling the product management and UX teams to deliver best-in-class scheduling experiences for users. Annie Pearl brings nearly 15 years of experience at startups and enterprise organizations, most recently as Chief Product Officer at Glassdoor overseeing the product, UX, and content moderation teams. Before that, she led Enterprise Product Management teams at Box both before and after the company’s IPO. Earlier in her career, she was the VP of Product and a founding member of Xpert Financial. She is a Board Member of WorkRamp, Well Health, and holds several advisory roles. Annie Pearl has a Juris Doctor from Santa Clara University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts from Claremont McKenna College. She is a recipient of the 2019 San Francisco Business Times Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business.
Sean Kelly, MD, is the Chief Medical Officer at WELL Health. As CMO, Dr. Kelly works closely with the Executive Leadership, Sales and Product teams, using his healthcare expertise to advise strategies on everything from research and development, to product management, sales, and customer experience and satisfaction.
Dr. Kelly joined WELL Health from Imprivata, where he spent the last decade as CMO. He remains an Executive Clinical Advisor for Imprivata. He trained at Harvard College, University of Massachusetts Medical School, and Vanderbilt University, where he served as resident and Chief Resident. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and a Fellow in the American College of Emergency Physicians, as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine part time at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Kelly has published a textbook on emergency medicine and articles on medical education, and won several teaching awards, including the Harvard Affiliated EM Residency Best Teaching Attending and Role Model awards. He was also the Co-founder and Partner of Lifeguard Medical Group in Martha’s Vineyard, a seasonal concierge practice run by emergency physicians.
He served as a visiting professor at the University of Florence in Italy, still works as a First Aid physician at Fenway Park (a lifelong Sox fan), and enjoys doing humanitarian and disaster relief work worldwide.
Isabelle Meyer Stapf is the Senior Vice President of Product for WELL Health. Isabelle is a product management executive who scales and grows businesses, with experience leading teams to drive significant impact through innovative new product and service offerings for pre-IPO through Fortune 500 companies.
With a degree in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from UC Berkeley, Isabelle launched her tech career at Cisco Systems in the Silicon Valley. She completed her M.S. from Stanford University in Management Science and Engineering, and subsequently joined performance-marketing tech company Commission Junction (which became a part of ValueClick and now a subsidiary of Publicis). Prior to joining WELL Health, she ran Value Added Services, Growth, and Partnerships for AppFolio, Inc., a SaaS company serving various vertical industries.
As SVP of Product for WELL Health, Isabelle will drive the company’s product strategy and lead the launch of new products in new markets, centering the company’s product culture around data-driven prioritization and process excellence.
A native of Paris, France, Isabelle is an avid traveler. In her spare time, she spends most Saturdays making bouquets for the Santa Barbara Dream Foundation Flower Empower program, serves on a few local non-profit boards, and enjoys time with her three teenagers and husband.
Robin Hackney is the Senior Vice President of Marketing at WELL Health. Robin is an experienced healthcare technology executive with more than 20 years of leadership experience driving marketing efforts for growth and mature stage companies. She joins WELL Health from FairWarning, where she was Chief Marketing Officer. Prior to that role, she held marketing executive leadership roles at Azalea Health, Ingenious Med, Greenway Health, Equifax, and IBM. She holds a BSBA in marketing and accounting from Washington University and an MBA from Duke University.
As SVP of Marketing for WELL Health, Hackney’s focus will be on driving market growth for the company. She will create and scale marketing programs to grow unaided brand awareness across audiences, win new customers, and drive high net retention among existing customers.
Robin lives in Atlanta with her husband and two children. She loves to travel and experience diverse cultures, but on most weekends you can find her exploring the parks and mountains of Georgia with her family. Except during college basketball season, when she’s actively rooting for her Blue Devils.