Partner, Global Head of Health
The world of healthcare is shifting at an unprecedented pace. As Global Head of Health, Tina partners with our clients to embrace future forces to solve the real, human problems people face as they manage their health and wellness. She brings extensive sector experience to lead a diverse range of projects from growth strategy and business model innovation to reimagining the customer experience. Tina’s work has spanned countless therapy areas and clients within the health ecosystem, including: pharmaceutical manufacturers, provider organizations, health plans, pharmacy benefit managers and retail/mail order pharmacies.
Tina has moderated & participated in several industry panel discussions on the topic of Human-First, Future-Obsessed and Experimentation-Led innovation: Harvard Business School Health Alumni Association Roundtable “Your Consumers are Driving a Health Revolution. Are you Ready?”; NYC Health Business Leaders’ “Unlocking the Promise of Innovation in Healthcare”; HBS HAA’s “Best Bets in Healthcare Investing”; and Columbia Mailman School of Public Health’s “Disruptive Innovations and the Future of Healthcare.”
Tina was formerly a Principal with the Health Services Practice of a leading management consulting company. She earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BBA from the University of Michigan.
Her dedication to improving lives through health and wellness innovation runs deep. In her spare time, she can be found biking and fundraising for Cycle for Survival, a movement to beat rare cancers.
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The ?! moment I’ve witnessed the most Audacity:
Our healthcare clients are dreaming big to unlock their innovation moonshot. I’m inspired every day to partner with them to achieve their audacious goals and help change patient’s lives. On one of my first projects with ?What If!, we endeavored to revolutionize the stem cell collection process for people living with Multiple Myeloma. To understand the patient journey, we personally donated platelets and physically walked through a NYC hospital to trace their experience – from diagnosis on Day 1 to Day 99, post-transplant. The experience was transformative – both for us and for our client. By putting ourselves in the “patient’s shoes,” we achieved a new level of understanding that helped us drive solutions beyond the pill. This experience also led to us develop the ?What If! Healthcare Podcast “Being Me” to showcase the power of insight to fuel new perspectives and ideas.