Meet our leadership team

We’ve assembled a unique team of technology and healthcare leaders to bring innovation, optimism, and clarity to the healthcare system.

Ali Diab

Chief Executive Officer

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Scott Murray

Chief Operating Officer

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Ron Bell

Chief Legal Officer

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Max Mancini

Chief Technology Officer

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Abbie Buck

Chief People Officer

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Ari Hoffman

Chief Clinical Officer &
VP of Population Health

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Jennifer Danielson

Chief Growth Officer

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Chris Newman

Chief Financial Officer

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Jennifer Jacobs

Chief Customer Experience Officer

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Terri Franklin

SVP of Engineering

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Sarah Fitzmaurice

SVP of Client Success

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James Parr

SVP of Sales

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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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Mark Laret

Board Member

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Mark Laret

Board Member

Mark R. Laret is a 40-year veteran of healthcare management and a national leader in healthcare reform. Before joining the board at Collective Health, Mark served as president and chief executive officer of UCSF Health. Prior to his role at UCSF, Mark served as CEO of the UCI Medical Center. Mark began his career at UCLA Medical Center where he spent 15 years developing UCLA’s healthcare network. Recognized for his industry leadership and expertise, Mark also chaired the Council of Teaching Hospitals, the Association of American Medical Colleges, and the California Hospital Association. Mark serves on the boards of organizations like Viz.ai, BCBS of Arizona, UrgentMED, NovaSignal, and Regard.

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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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Director, SoftBank Investment Advisers

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Ram Trichur

Director, SoftBank Investment Advisers

Ram began his career at General Electric as a software engineer, and later served as a member of GE’s corporate audit staff, where he helped global divisions identify problems and improve performance. He has also been a consultant with McKinsey and was co-founder and president of Whisk, a corporate rideshare platform that is now part of Enterprise Holdings.

Ram has been an Operating and subsequently an Investing Partner at Softbank since 2018. He has deployed over $500M as lead investor, and manages over $3B in his portfolio. His focus areas are enterprise software and mobility.

Arun Prasad

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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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