David Vivero is Co-founder and Chairman at Amino Health, the leading data-driven healthcare guidance platform that connects people with high-quality, cost-effective providers, facilities, and benefits programs across the healthcare ecosystem. Amino’s modern healthcare navigation solution steers plan members through their unique health plans and benefits to high-value care options, empowering people to make informed healthcare decisions every time they seek care. Amino partners and their clients reduce plan costs, increase user engagement, and empower plan members with the knowledge they need to take charge of their own healthcare journey.
Previously, David was VP of Rentals at Zillow, which is responsible for the world’s largest online rental marketplace. He arrived at Zillow after the company acquired RentJuice, which he co-founded in 2008. David is also a General Partner at Red Swan Ventures, a seed investment fund that has supported Warby Parker, Birchbox, AltSchool, and dozens of other high-growth companies. A Forbes "30 Under 30" entrepreneur, David has been quoted in Forbes, New York Times, TIME, NPR, and more. He holds a BA and MBA from Harvard University.
John is a seasoned executive with 20 years of experience leading software & marketplace companies to deliver growth at scale. He specializes in bringing consumer-grade customer experiences to highly regulated sectors such as energy, education, and healthcare.
As SVP/GM of GoodRx (NASDAQ: GDRX), John led new consumer growth P/Ls which scaled from $0 to over $150M in recurring revenue. He implemented processes to support the company’s rapid growth from 100 to 1,000 employees, and oversaw a team of over 500+ people across Strategy, Business Operations, Product, Clinical, Content, Partnerships, and Marketing.
Previously, John was the Chief Revenue Officer of Barnes & Noble Education (NYSE: BNED), which he joined via the acquisition of Student Brands in 2018. Prior to that, John was the Founder and CEO of a B2B digital marketplace, which was acquired in 2012. John started his career as a White House policy analyst, and advised CEO and senior management on business strategy as an engagement manager at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH).
John is an advisor and active investor in early stage entrepreneurs who are leveraging software to solve problems in healthcare.
Sumul Shah is a Co-founder at Amino, the healthcare guidance platform that empowers employees to make informed healthcare decisions every time they seek care. Sumul seeks to infuse everything at Amino—from the company’s core values to the smallest bits of the design system—with a focus on the best possible member experience.
Sumul’s unique hybrid background in consumer-grade product design and software engineering spans three decades. Previously, Sumul has worked with CloudFlare, eBay, Zillow, Adobe, Code for America, Twitter, Pantheon, Intuit, BMW, and dozens of other organizations. Sumul’s award-winning user experiences have been featured in Fast Company, Macworld, Consumer Reports, TechCrunch, and the New York Times.
As CTO and long-time Amino employee, Jim oversees product and technology strategy. Through scaling the engineering team, developing Amino’s product, and implementing impactful and transparent processes across the enterprise, Jim has helped to build Amino from the ground up.
Prior to joining Amino in 2015, Jim held a range of positions in engineering and product technology at MediaUnbound, Inc. through its acquisition by Rovi.
Sarah serves as General Counsel and Privacy Officer at Amino and manages its legal, people ops, compliance, and IT operation functions. Sarah plays a critical role in designing and executing Amino’s administrative, risk-management, and strategic initiatives.
Sarah joined Amino in 2019 from Stoel Rives, LLP, where she routinely counseled healthcare and technology companies on a range of healthcare regulatory and transactional matters. Prior to entering private practice, Sarah worked in a variety of health-policy and compliance-related roles, as well as a clinical documentation software project manager for Epic Systems. Sarah earned a BA in Health Sciences and Business at Kalamazoo College and a JD and MPH at the University of Wisconsin. She maintains licensure in Oregon and California and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/US by the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Elizabeth joined Amino in 2017 as part of the first team tasked with commercializing Amino’s solutions. As the business evolved, she built and led various sales functions, including business development, partner enablement, and sales engineering, giving her deep understanding of both Amino’s market and solutions. As Head of Partnership Sales, Elizabeth is responsible for driving revenue growth through development of new distribution partnerships.
Prior to joining Amino, Elizabeth spent time in business development at Castlight Health and in commercial real estate. Prior to her career in sales, she practiced architecture, where she developed her passion for problem solving and storytelling. Elizabeth holds a BS in Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin and BFP Certificate from McCombs School of Business.
Lena leads marketing at Amino, working with a great team to accelerate revenue and ensure that we're positioned to exceed market needs. She's optimistic about the ways technology can be leveraged to transform a broken healthcare system.
Previously, Lena worked at public companies and startups (one of which was acquired), and loves the work that happens at the intersection of product, sales, and marketing. She has built successful product marketing, account-based marketing, content marketing, and sales programs.
Lena graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with degrees in International Studies and Spanish, and then moved to Cleveland, OH as a Venture for America fellow. Now in Seattle, in her free time, Lena will be curled up with a good book, on a fantastic hike, playing basketball, or planning her next weekend getaway.