MEET THE TEAM
Founder & CEO
Dr. Wang is based out of New York City. He is a pediatrician with expertise in health sector behavior change and organizational management. For five years he lived abroad in Rwanda, Liberia and Indonesia building health systems. Wilson trained at Children's Hospital Oakland. He earned an MPH from UC Berkeley and an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School. He worked as Legislative Assistant for health in the U.S. Senate, as Medical Director in Harlem’s Public Health Office, and as Clinical Adviser at the IRC and SAVE. He teaches at the NYU College of Global Public Health and is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Leader.
Chief of Technology
Ryan is also based out of New York City. He has built software teams in networking, ad tech and data science. He has successfully designed and scaled products with large infrastructures. He has written software for Disney, Facebook, Akamai, and by scientists at Caltech, MIT, Brown and NYU. Ryan founded Decisive a mobile advertising and social intelligence company; and Opani, a data science infra-structure company. He designed and taught Computer Science for Hackers in partnership with General Assembly and Bloomberg, a ten-week course for accelerating self-taught programmers. Ryan attended the California Institute of Technology.
CHief Operating officer
Joey lives in New York City and is a registered patent attorney with a bachelors degree in mechanical engineer-ing. He has experience in the USA, Bangladesh, and China building engineering and management teams for apparel, medical device, and consumer product companies. He served as general counsel to a Hong-Kong based apparel manufacturer. Joseph is admitted to the bars of the State of New York and the State of Florida, and is registered patent attorney to the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Dr. Nurdin is from Aceh. She is a general physician with over eight years of experience working with large international NGO's in support of health system improvement. She worked with USAID funded EMAS in East Java, where she mentored tens of health centers and hospitals with high rates of neonatal and maternal death in live-saving care processes and measurement of results. Dr. Nurdin trained in medicine at the University of Syiah Kuala and earned an MPH from the Adelaide University in Australia.
Chief information officer
Ernest Ostro is based in New York City and has been involved with online technologies and EMRs since the very early 1990s. He has experience in a range of senior technology leadership roles in healthcare, humanitarian response, international development, and logistics in Europe, North America, Africa, Asia, and South America. He has built multiple award-winning solutions and teams to tackled challenges in global development finance, real-time logistics, NGO measurement and evaluation, data management, and medical records and has filled advisory board roles with Microsoft TSI, UNICEF, and other nonprofits.