Chipper Stotz

Head of Product at Nema Health

Who or what is your inspiration?

During my high school years, our community faced a series of tragic teen suicides. Supporting loved ones through this difficult period profoundly influenced my commitment to digital behavioral health innovation. Witnessing the transformative power of evidence-based, community-centered care on individuals in distress has been a powerful inspiration, driving me to create solutions that provide support and hope during difficult times.

One thing you would like to see changed in mental or behavioral health care?

Enhance culturally-competent care by providing comprehensive training for all behavioral health professionals and integrating user-informed design principles into product development to better meet the needs of vulnerable populations.

What is your superpower?

My superpower is the ability to bridge the gap between data-driven insights and the voices of our patients. By harmonizing quantitative data with qualitative feedback, I am able to craft solutions that are not only tailored but also deeply empathetic and effective.


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