Justin C. Wolfe has been a professional software leader for over 20 years. He has a wealth of expertise building teams to create innovative and scalable customer platforms for large user bases. Prior to Position Health, Justin worked at Charles River Development, where he was a manager most recently responsible for creating a team to build and bring to market the collateral management product, as part of the Charles River Investment Management System. He has a BChe in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire.
Dr. Kyan Safavi is an instructor, Harvard Medical School; David F. Torchiana Fellow in Healthcare Policy and Management; faculty member of the Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. He completed anesthesia residency and critical care fellowship at MGH. He previously received his undergraduate, MD and MBA degrees from Yale University.
Nathan is currently the co-founder and CEO at PharmaCCX. Prior to PharmaCCX, Nathan was co-founder and CEO of PharmaSecure where he helped accelerate adoption of serialization as the standard in global pharmaceutical supply chain. Nathan is a graduate of Dartmouth College.
Armen is currently the CTO at PharmaCCX. Prior to PharmaCCX, Armen served in design and development roles at Farallon Capital Management, LifeYield and Charles River Development where he led the development of the Fixed Income Execution Platform as part of the Charles River Investment Management System. He holds an M.S. in Computer Science from Armenian State Polytechnic Institute.
Alfredo Milera is Executive Director and regional Head of Sales at IHS Markit. Prior to IHS Markit, Alfredo worked at Charles River Development, where he launched the firm's emerging market office in Sao Paulo, Brazil. While living abroad, he served as the LATAM country manager for all sales and operations. Alfredo began his career on the open outcry trading floor of the Chicago Board Options Exchange, where he traded options and futures. He holds a BA in Internal Trade from the University of Connecticut.