Dan Pickett III is a co-founder and the President and CEO of aptihealth. Dan joined aptihealth from Hudson River Capital Holdings, an aptihealth founding investor, where he was President. Prior to Hudson River Capital Holdings, he was President of Zones, a $2.4B global IT company. Dan joined Zones when it acquired nfrastructure, a technology company he founded and served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board.Prior to nfrastructure, Dan co-founded CIGNA Software Sciences, an expert system and decision support fintech company that was acquired by Alltel Information Services. He is a trustee of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and serves on the boards of aptihealth, The Pickett Family Foundation, Albany Medical Center and Albany Medical College.
Shrenik Jain is currently the CEO & Founder of Marigold Health. Before Marigold, Shrenik worked in numerous roles in public service. His initial exposure to healthcare came as a first responder, serving as an EMT within multiple fire departments/rescue squads across New Jersey and Maryland. He was also a senior team leader within Baltimore mentoring nonprofit Thread, in which he was most active pre- and post- the 2015 Freddie Gray Uprising.
Danny Freed is the Founder & CEO at Blueprint. Blueprint helps thousands of mental health clinicians run more effective therapy sessions and spend less time on documentation. With Blueprint, clients get better faster, clinicians are less burnt out, and organizations make more money. Prior to Blueprint, Danny founded Companion, a personal safety app that was used by millions of people across the world. Danny also helped lead Product & Design at Trunk Club, a fashion technology company that was acquired by Nordstrom. Danny graduated from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business.
Danish Munir is a healthcare entrepreneur and investor. He currently serves as Founding Partner of GreyMatter Capital, a venture firm dedicated to advancing innovation in mental and behavioral health. Previously, Danish founded 1DocWay (later known as Genoa Telepsychiatry) in 2011, as one of the first Telemedicine mental health companies to achieve scale. Over the next 9 years Danish and his co-founders scaled the business and led it through multiple acquisitions, ultimately running the business inside of Optum / United Health. When Danish left Genoa it was treating 250,000 patient visits a year in 35+ States.
Prior to building GreyMatter, he was an active early stage investor having backed over 25 companies through Watershed Ventures which he co-founded. He still serves actively as a Venture Partner and serves on the Investment Committee at Watershed.
In the past, Danish has worked at Microsoft, solving online safety problems using data science and machine learning, Lehman Brothers and JP Morgan.
Having founded a company as an immigrant and a Muslim, Danish enjoys working and supporting founders who are "outsiders" and coming off the beaten path.
Danish graduated from University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors in Economics and concentration in Finance from The Wharton School of Business and a Bachelors in Engineering in Computer Science Engineering. Danish grew up in Karachi and calls both Karachi and New York home.
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