- Blaine W. Lindsey, JD, MPH Chief Executive Officer
As CEO of GetHealthy, Inc. Blaine is responsible for driving the company’s growth and establishing a culture of innovation in a rapidly-expanding healthcare company. A seasoned healthcare executive and attorney, Mr. Lindsey previously served as President of Capra Health, a healthcare reimbursement, regulatory and commercialization consulting firm. His prior experience includes serving as the Client Services Director for AmerisourceBergen Consulting Services, the consulting arm of Fortune 25 drug distribution company AmerisourceBergen, where he led all business development, project oversight, and client communication for a number of the firm’s largest clients. He began his career in the healthcare law groups at two of the nation’s most respected national and international law firms. He holds a JD, with honors, from Emory University School of Law and an MPH in health management/economics from Emory University Rollins School of Public Health.
- William Kethman, MD Co-Founder/Chief Technical Officer
Dr. Kethman is no stranger to entrepreneurship and its role in propelling medicine forward. Dr. Kethman has founded a number medical-based startups in addition to GetHealthy, Inc., most recently NOvate Medical Technologies, a medical-device company with a focus on commercializing medical products that address global health needs. NOVate’s first product, SafeSnip, simultaneously cuts, clamps, and shields umbilical cords from infection, designed to reduce neonatal mortality from umbilical cord infections. William received a degree in Biomedical Engineering and a Medical Doctorate from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana and is currently completing a Surgical Residency at Stanford University.
- Steve Springer, MD Co-Founder/Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Springer is a board certified Family Medicine physician who received his Medical Degree from LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport. Formerly Chief Resident of Family Medicine at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital, his special areas of expertise include diabetes, advanced wound healing, hyperbaric oxygen, and dermatology. As a practicing physician, Dr. Springer is in constant contact with his patients, and has developed a keen understanding of what concerns they have about their own healthcare needs and how to help educate them in the most effective way possible. His passion for helping patients understand their own needs better is the motivating factor behind his decision to found GetHealthy, Inc. His commitment to better living through technology is also evidenced in the other Wellness 2.0 companies he is a part of, all of which are designed to drive innovation in the fields of mobile health and socially connected medicine.
- Caitlin Allen Deputy Health Officer
Caitlin is committed to health and wellness for all! Having worked in a variety of health related settings ranging from clinical practice to corporate wellness, Caitlin draws from her diverse experiences to design programs that help people GetHealthy! She is particularly enthusiastic about creating work environments that promote wellness through behavioral change theory and social support. Caitlin received her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology from Davidson College and is currently pursuing her Master of Public Health degree at Emory University Rollins School of Public Health.
- John Elstrott, PhD Chairman of the Board
John Elstrott, PhD. Dr. Elstrott is the Founder and Emeritus Executive Director of the Levy-Rosenblum Institute for Entrepreneurship at Tulane University as well as the Tulane Family Business Center. He was recently awarded the 2013 Tulane Distinguished Entrepreneur and Social Entrepreneur of the Year for his entrepreneurial successes and his active participation in social responsible business development. A visionary in the formation of the health and wellness fields, Dr. Elstrott is currently the Chairman of the Board at Whole Foods Markets, as well as serving as Director or Chairman of a number of other large wellness companies including Traditional Medicinals, Samabazon, Microbiome Therapeutics, and Good Belly.
- Amith Nagarajan Director/Investor
Amith Nagarajan is a Director and investor in GetHealthy. Amith co-founded Aptify Corporation, the premier comprehensive global association and membership management software and solutions provider, and serves as its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Prior to founding Aptify Corporation, Mr. Nagarajan worked in the R&D laboratories at Hewlett-Packard Company in Palo Alto, California. He graduated from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California with a concentration in Business Administration.
- Michael S. Gollner Director/Advisor
Michael S. Gollner serves as a Director, Investor and Advisor to GetHealthy, Inc. He is the Founder and Managing Partner of Operating Capital Partners LLP. From 1999-2008 he served as Managing Director-Europe at Court Square Capital Partners and its predecessor fund, Citigroup Venture Capital where he ran the European activities. Prior to joining CVC, Mr. Gollner worked for ten years in European Mergers and Acquisitions Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs International and Lehman Brothers International. He currently serves on the Boards of Idea Village, Zlien, Inc, Axway Software and previously served on various Boards including A Novo SA, BDT Thermal, Flender GmbH, Rexel S.A., Winergy AG, and NextGxDx, Inc. Mr. Gollner received a B.A. from Tulane University and was a fellow at the Lauder Institute dual degree masters program earning an M.B.A. from the Wharton School as well as an M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.
- Dudley Jacobs Co-Founder/Advisor
Dudley Jacobs is a Co-Founder, Director and Investor in GetHealthy, Inc. A serial entreprenuer and early-stage investor, Mr. Jacobs has founded and managed numerous technology and health care companies including Evoluc Communications, Sboca Wireless Network, EndeavorCare, ITSHomeCare, Medical Interconnect and the Health Care Data Institute. Based in Nashville, TN, Mr. Jacobs is active in the healthcare technology community and maintains invovlement in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and Health Information & Management Systems Society (HIMSS).