A passion for employee wellbeing
Working with our customers every day to implement physical and mental health programs that change lives is a privilege. Having behavioral scientists, benefits veterans, designers and entertainment writers all in one office? Priceless. We look forward to working with you to improve employee health, one habit at a time.
Co-Founder & CEO
Chris' career-long passion has been to create effective behavior change ventures that scale fast enough to curb the preventable health epidemics of our age. Chris sets the strategy and vision for LifeDojo, while ensuring every element of the product combines the power of behavior science, entertainment and technology. Previous to LifeDojo, Chris led a Federally-supported Promise Neighborhood in New York City, which brought federal, state and private dollars together to deliver evidence-based behavior change programs to large, high-risk populations. He received his M.S. from Washington University in Saint Louis.
Co-Founder & CTO
Patricia brings 15+ years of enterprise-level system architecture leadership and full-stack computer engineering to LifeDojo - and is thrilled to be building a corporate wellness platform that harnesses interactive technology to guide users through lasting behavior changes. Prior to LifeDojo, Patricia worked at several financial services companies in New York City, including Morgan Stanley, where she led the build of an internal employee platform which handled over 50,000 daily corporate users. She received her M.S. in Computer Science from NYU, and a B.Sc. in Computer Science from McGill University.
SVP, Strategic Accounts
Kevin has over 25 years of successful experience in sales, marketing and partner relationships bringing a wealth of knowledge to LifeDojo with executive leadership in software-as-a-service companies. Prior to joining, Kevin served as Chief Commercial Officer at Switchfly, where he led sales growth, customer success and marketing. As SVP of Global Sales at NimbleCommerce, a provider of network-powered e-commerce for digital publishers, he was responsible for global sales and business development and expanded the company into 12 countries. Kevin has held a number of executive positions including General Magic, Pretty Good Privacy (acquired by Network Associates), Andale/Vendio (acquired by Alibaba), Unisfair (acquired by On24) and Navio (acquired by e-Force). In his personal time he enjoys skiing, biking, running, music, golf and chasing his kids around.
Head of Marketing
Barbra brings a passion for employee wellness and over 10 years of consumer marketing and B2B SaaS expertise to LifeDojo. Prior to joining, Barbra was CMO of Greenhouse where she brought the structured recruiting platform to market and disrupted talent acquisition as the fastest growing HR tech company in the space. She’s held leadership positions at CultureAmp, LeftBrain DGA and TIBCO and has been recognized by Eloqua, InfluencerHR and Glassdoor for her work in demand generation, branding and talent marketing.
Vice President of Product
Tony is a product leader with over 15 years of experience in product management, UX/UI design, strategy, and growth. His passion as a product leader is to create simple and intuitive solutions to complex problems that delight customers. Prior to LifeDojo, he was VP of Product at GearLaunch, where helped launched the platform and scale it to over 6 million monthly visitors. He’s held leadership positions at LOYAL3, Paddy Power Betfair, and Adobe Systems. Tony received his MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and his B.Sc. in Biology from Stanford University with a concentration in Behavioral Biology and Biochemistry.
Lead Behavior Change Coach
Julia is passionate about sharing knowledge and excitement for living healthier and empowering others to make sustainable changes that transform their lives. Julia is a nutritionist and health coach. She received her BA in Sociology from UC Santa Cruz, and her Holistic Nutrition Certification from Bauman College.
Ahmed Khan, MD, MPH
Ahmed is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Stanford University School of Medicine, as well as a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist in private practice in Palo Alto. A board-certified general psychiatrist, he conducted his adult psychiatric training at Emory University and his child and adolescent psychiatric training at Stanford University. He is also active with the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP). As Clinical Advisor to LifeDojo, he focuses his clinical expertise on innovative methods for the delivery of mental health care.
Dodi Kelleher, DMH
Dolores "Dodi" Kelleher is a nationally-recognized veteran of the Corporate Health & Benefits industry, having served as an Executive at UnitedHealth Group’s OptumHealth Services and as Director of Wellness at Safeway. Dodi guides the executive staff at LifeDojo to ensure health outcomes are the number one priority when designing programs. Dodi holds both a Masters in Health and Medical Sciences and a Doctor of Mental Health.
Dan Tomasulo, PhD
Dan is a renowned psychologist who has earned a reputation as both an expert in clinical depression and positive psychology, making him acutely aware of the vast difference in emotional realities human beings can experience. Dan is an author, professor, performance artist, therapist and teaching assistant at UPenn to Dr. Martin Seligman, the father of Positive Psychology. Dr. Tomasulo is currently in the middle of writing his next book, "Dare to be Happy: Lessons from Unlikely Heroes".
Educated as an M.S.W. at Washington University's leading school of social sciences, Greta has spent the majority of her career teaching, mentoring, and designing health & wellness programs in schools, hospitals, and community nonprofits. Blending rigorous research with the art of story, Greta's work has helped thousands of people with stress management, coping with chronic illness, and other complex mental health challenges. Greta currently works at Mount Sinai Hospital, and lives in New York City.
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