Because I knew it was a special group of people doing things a little differently. And all these years later, it still rings true.
Take complex issues (most have layers and years of history behind them) and connect with people to simplify them into meaningful and solvable pieces for large health organizations.
I'm working with a longtime Vynamic partner on a team to build a full organization of problem solvers across a multi-campus health system. This means building processes and rolling out tools backed by scientific methodology, but using terms and actions that we all understand.
As a longtime partner with Innovations in Healthcare, a Duke University organization that does incredible non-profit work to address key challenges limiting the ability of health innovators to scale, Vynamic has the privilege to support and host forums hosted by IiH. Check out the next one!
Castleman Disease Collaborative Network (CDCN). Help us cure Castleman disease and advance other cures
Small rural landlocked PA town with a seal as a mascot.
My two dog sons, Ace and Thomas. They're famous (or infamous) across Vynation.
Philly Sports, specifically the Sixers and the Phillies. I also root for Arsenal in the EPL (repping our London Hub!).
When I started at Vynamic I told myself I wanted to do a triathlon. Several triathlons later, I thank my colleague Laura Pappas for pushing me and showing me the ropes.
Vynamic is currently seeking new team members (and their chosen colors) to add to our diverse palette. Ready to join a team that prioritizes authenticity and individuality? Explore the skills and experiences we need to grow our team.