Leading the
Employer-Driven Healthcare Economy

While medical technology continues to take giant steps forward, somehow the systems driving health coverage are still stuck in the past. The experience we have today is confusing. It’s painful. And we all deserve better. Collective Health was founded on the belief that better is possible. Driven by our mission to make understanding, navigating, and paying for care effortless,

we’ve evolved the way health benefits work. More than 151 million Americans count on an employer for coverage. That’s why, with the technology to create a more intelligent solution and the compassion to know that every person matters, we deliver a connected healthcare experience for companies across the nation who want the best for their employees.

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Meet The Collective


Our team of engineers, designers, actuaries, and operations experts apply their diverse backgrounds from NASA, Google, Blue Shield, and Mercer to build products that give people the help they need at the moments that matter most.

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Ready to tackle life-changing work? We’re always on the lookout for curious, smart, and optimistic new talent to join the Collective.

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Our Leadership Team

With a unique mix of technology and healthcare leadership (and some personal experiences of our own), we bring a new perspective to an outdated system.

Ali Diab

Chief Executive Officer

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Ali Diab

Chief Executive Officer

Ali has a strong personal motivation to improve the quality and cost of healthcare after experiencing a major health problem. He has more than 15 years of technology startup and executive management experience, including VP of Product Management and Business Operations at AdMob, which was acquired by Google in 2010. Ali is a graduate of Stanford and Oxford universities.

Scott Murray

Chief Operating Officer

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Scott Murray

Chief Operating Officer

Scott is passionate about developing and unlocking the potential in people, creating a diverse and inclusive culture where everyone can thrive and succeed, and bringing this same passion to solving complex problems. He spent 15+ years at eBay where he was most recently Vice President of Customer Service Technology Solutions. He played a key role in expanding their operations in Utah and co-led the transformation of eBay’s global customer service with a focus on improving the customer experience while decreasing costs annually. Scott attended the University of New Mexico where he studied Business Administration.

Ron Bell

Chief Legal Officer

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Ron Bell

Chief Legal Officer

Ron brings more than 25 years of experience in counseling growth technology companies and in developing and leading high-performance legal teams. He previously acted as the general counsel of Yahoo! Inc., where he also held a variety of national and global roles spanning almost two decades. Ron also previously practiced as a senior lawyer at Apple and with a private law firm. He holds a JD from the University of Chicago and a BA from the University of California, Los Angeles, and is a member of the California and Illinois bars.

Alison Worthington

Chief Marketing Officer

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Alison Worthington

Chief Marketing Officer

Alison serves as Collective Health’s Chief Marketing Officer. She is an innovative marketing leader with nearly three decades of experience transforming brands, products and P&Ls to deliver growth and ROI at enterprise companies like Coke, Starbucks, Method and Microsoft. Passionate about working with mission-driven startups, she led an interim CMO consultancy practice guiding multiple startups and working with growth companies like GoPro, Ancestry.com, and Bragg Live Foods, to reposition and scale their brands and products with compelling customer experiences, disruptive content and omnichannel marketing. Alison holds an AB in Economics from Smith College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Max Mancini

Chief Technology Officer

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Max Mancini

Chief Technology Officer

Max serves as Collective Health’s Chief Technology Officer. He is passionate about solving tough problems by building best-in-class technology. Prior to joining Collective Health, Max served as the EVP of Digital Worker Ecosystem at Automation Anywhere. Before that he worked for companies like Apple, Atlassian, and eBay. Max holds a B.S. in Computer Science and M.S. in Engineering Management from Santa Clara University and is a combat veteran having served as an Intelligence Officer in the US Army and US Army Reserves.

Abbie Buck

Chief People Officer

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Abbie Buck

Chief People Officer

Abbie serves as Collective Health’s Chief People Officer. She is passionate about engaging and developing employees, unlocking the capability of leaders, and protecting and evolving company culture as key levers to grow businesses. Abbie has spent more than 20 years working for companies like IBM, eBay, PayPal, and most recently, Splunk. She holds a B.A. in Government and Spanish from Skidmore College and an MBA from the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington.

Ari Hoffman

Chief Clinical Officer &
VP of Population Health

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Ari Hoffman

Chief Clinical Officer &
VP of Population Health

Ari's expertise in the clinical setting will support Collective Health’s dynamic and growing member needs while developing functionality that helps employers foster the health and well-being of their people at scale. Prior to joining Collective Health, Ari was an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of California San Francisco, where he held several leadership roles including Value Improvement Director for Hospital Medicine and Medical Director of the hospitalist program at St. Mary's.

Jennifer Danielson

Chief Growth Officer

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Jennifer Danielson

Chief Growth Officer

As Chief Growth Officer, Jennifer will be responsible for scaling our vision of powering healthcare while building on our well established network of 100+ partners. Jennifer brings to the organization over two decades of healthcare experience where she has held a number of leadership roles at Cambia Healthcare.

Rahul Singh

Acting Chief Financial Officer

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Rahul Singh

Acting Chief Financial Officer

Rahul serves as Collective Health's Acting Chief Financial Officer. He has over 20 years of experience across various Technology and Healthcare companies. Prior to joining Collective Health, Rahul was a Finance leader in Gilead's HIV business. Before that he spent a decade at McKesson Corporation where he held a variety of roles spanning across Investor Relations, FP&A, and Pricing. He holds a MBA from University of Texas at Austin and B.S. from Iowa State University.

Jennifer Jacobs

SVP, Member Experience

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Jennifer Jacobs

SVP, Member Experience

Jennifer Jacobs is the Senior Vice President of Member Experience and site lead for our Lehi, Utah office. She leads our Member Advocates, Claims Processing, Plan Operations, FMP and Care Navigation teams. Jennifer joined Collective Health in April of 2019 to launch our Lehi, Utah office, which has grown to over 400 employees. She is passionate about delivering an amazing experience to our members and clients by our highly engaged employees. Prior to joining Collective Health, she worked at eBay and GE leading operations, analytics, and finance teams.

Sarah Fitzmaurice

SVP of Client Success

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Sarah Fitzmaurice

SVP of Client Success

Sarah is inspired by helping employers elevate the employee experience by driving innovation and reimagining how healthcare is delivered in today's world. Sarah serves as Collective Health's Senior Vice President of Client Success. She comes to Collective Health from Mercer where she served as a partner and the leader of Mercer's Northern California market. Based in San Francisco, she has over 20 years of professional consulting experience and is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and the Canadian Institute of Actuaries. Sarah holds a BS with honors, in statistics and actuarial science from the University of Western Ontario.

James Parr

SVP of Sales

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James Parr

SVP of Sales

Jamie has seen the shift in the dynamics of what people are looking for in the benefits space, and they want change -- a better experience for both employees and employers. He joins Collective Health after nearly 24 years of working for Cigna serving in a variety of roles ranging from sales effectiveness to leading National Account sales for the West Region. Jamie is an outside the box thinker dedicated to bringing employers the best possible experience for their employees, uniting their disparate benefits under one roof. Jamie received his BA in Economics from the University of Notre Dame.

Our Board

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Karen Boone (Audit Committee Chair)

Board Member

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Karen Boone (Audit Committee Chair)

Board Member

Karen Boone most recently served as the President, Chief Financial and Administrative Officer of Restoration Hardware, Inc., a home furnishings company, from May 2014 to August 2018 and as Chief Financial Officer from June 2012 to May 2014. Prior to that, from 1992 to 2012, Ms. Boone held various roles at Deloitte & Touche LLP, a public accounting firm, most recently as an Audit Partner. Ms. Boone currently serves on the Board of directors of publicly traded companies Rivian, Sonos, and Peloton Interactive, as well as several private companies, including Tory Burch, Clif Bar, and Modern Animal.

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Dr. Rajaie Batniji

CEO of Waymark, Inc.

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Dr. Rajaie Batniji

CEO of Waymark, Inc.

Rajaie Batniji is Collective Health’s co-founder and the current Chief Executive Officer of Waymark, a Public Benefit Corporation that seeks to improve healthcare access and outcomes for people receiving Medicaid. He brings to the Board his academic and professional experience as both a physician and as a political economist, and his aspiration to create a better, more efficient health experience.

Rajaie trained in Internal Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. He received a DPhil in International Relations (Political Economy) from Oxford University, where he was a Marshall Scholar. He holds an MD degree from UCSF, and BA and MA degrees from Stanford University.

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Ali Diab (Chair of the Board)

CEO of Collective Health

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Ali Diab (Chair of the Board)

CEO of Collective Health

Ali brings more than 15 years of technology startup and executive management experience to his role as Collective Health’s Chief Executive Officer. He also brings a strong personal motivation to improve the quality and cost of company-sponsored healthcare after experiencing a major health problem while employed at a growing technology company.

Prior to co-founding Collective Health, Ali served as VP of Product Management and Business Operations at AdMob, a leading mobile advertising company, acquired by Google in 2010. Previously, Ali held executive and management positions at Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, and Yahoo!. Ali is a graduate of Stanford and Oxford Universities.

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Jeff Immelt (Compensation Committee Chair)

Venture Partner, New Enterprise Associates (NEA)

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Jeff Immelt (Compensation Committee Chair)

Venture Partner, New Enterprise Associates (NEA)

Jeff joined NEA in 2018 as a Venture Partner on both the technology and healthcare investing teams. He previously served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of General Electric (GE) for 16 years where he revamped the company’s strategy, global footprint, workforce and culture, transforming it into a simpler, stronger, more focused digital industrial company. During his tenure, Jeff led several innovative transformations which doubled industrial earnings, reshaped the portfolio, re-established market leadership, grew a strong share position in essential industries, and quadrupled emerging market revenue.

Prior to being appointed CEO in 2000, Jeff held several global leadership roles at GE in the Plastics, Appliances, and Healthcare businesses and became an officer of the company in 1989. He has been named one of the “World’s Best CEOs” three times by Barron’s, and while he was CEO, GE was named “America’s Most Admired Company” by Fortune magazine and one of “The World’s Most Respected Companies” in polls by Barron’s and the Financial Times. He has received 15 honorary degrees and numerous awards for business leadership.

Jeff earned a BA in applied mathematics from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Harvard University. He serves on the board for several NEA portfolio companies and is a member of The American Academy of Arts & Sciences.

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Mohamad (Mo) Makhzoumii

Managing General Partner, Global Head of Healthcare Investing at NEA

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Mohamad (Mo) Makhzoumii

Managing General Partner, Global Head of Healthcare Investing at NEA

Mohamad Makhzoumi is Managing General Partner, Healthcare and Head of NEA’s Global Healthcare Investing practice, which typically accounts for 40% of NEA’s funds across healthcare services, healthcare IT, biopharma, and medical devices. Mohamad’s personal investment practice is primarily focused on the digital health sector where he acts as a director on the boards of numerous current and past NEA portfolio companies. Previously, Mohamad focused on growth equity investments at Summit Partners prior to which he worked with UBS Investment Bank. Mohamad received a bachelor’s degree, with distinction, from the University of Pennsylvania and is a Board Member of The National Venture Capital Association (NVCA).

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Scott Nolan

Partner, Founders Fund

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Scott Nolan

Partner, Founders Fund

Scott is a partner at Founders Fund where he works with mission-driven founders rearchitecting industries. Scott sits on numerous prominent Founders Fund portfolio boards and supports over a dozen other engineering-driven startups across biotech, energy, infrastructure, manufacturing and transportation.

Prior to Founders Fund, Scott was an early employee at SpaceX where he helped develop the original Falcon propulsion systems and multiple Dragon subsystems. After SpaceX, Scott worked at Bain & Company with its private equity clients and co-founded a consumer internet company built on the Facebook Connect API.

Scott earned Bachelor and Master degrees in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Cornell in under four years and received his MBA from Stanford University, where he was co-president of the Entrepreneurs Club and voted “most likely to drop out” by his peers.

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Siddarth (Sidd) Jayanty

Director, SoftBank Investment Advisers

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Siddarth (Sidd) Jayanty

Director, SoftBank Investment Advisers

Siddharth (Sidd) Jayanty serves as a Director of SoftBank Investment Advisers. He started at SoftBank in December 2018, and focuses on SaaS & Health-tech investment sectors. Sidd was previously the Head of Growth at Quid (which got acquired by NetBase) and prior to that spent a decade doing management consulting with ZS Associates. Sidd has earned his PhD in Management and Applied Economics from Wharton. He is based in the Bay Area.

Arun Prasad

Arun Prasad

Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer at Health Care Services Corporation

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Arun Prasad

Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer at Health Care Services Corporation

Arun Prasad is responsible for leading HCSC’s corporate strategy, business and investment planning, corporate development, enterprise risk management, and business performance analytics. He also has responsibility for HCSC’s pharmacy, subsidiary and ancillary businesses, including Dearborn Group, Medecision and Innovista, and managing HCSC’s PBM relationship with Prime Therapeutics. Before joining HCSC, Arun was a managing director at Moelis & Company, where he led teams executing mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations and other equity and debt transactions. Previously he was an investment banker at Citigroup and UBS Investment Bank in their health care investment banking groups. Arun has a bachelor’s degree from Boston College.

Our Investors

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