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Traveling FromNew York, USA
Ivelyse Andino is an Afro-Latina health equity innovator born and raised in The Bronx. She is the founder and CEO of Radical Health and a Commissioner on the New York City Commission on Gender Equity. In 2015 she founded the first Latina owned Public Benefit Corp in New York State Ivelyse enjoyed a fledgling career in health tech, pioneering some of its first digital health solutions, including bringing the first mobile app prescribing platform to market and working with global clients such as National Health Service (NHS London) and Kaiser Permanente. While she routinely trained oncologists on new drugs, she found herself unprepared when her mother was diagnosed with cancer. This forced her to directly and intimately confront the systemic healthcare disparities she knew existed.
In founding Radical Health — the first Latina-owned and operated Benefit Corp in NYS — she has sought to combine her expertise in healthcare and her passion as a community organizer. Coming from a historically marginalized community herself, it was important for Ivelyse to initially build Radical Health by bringing together her neighbors around her kitchen table and hearing first-hand from voices — including the undocumented, women of color, elderly, young people, and LGBTQ — who are otherwise (figuratively and) literally never given a seat at the table to have a say in their own healthcare destiny. Through Radical Health, Ivelyse is committed to the task of transforming healthcare by facilitating health literacy and self-advocacy, as well as forging a relationship between meaningful face-to-face conversations with cutting-edge technology.
The History of Inequity in Healthcare
Healthcare in the US is complicated. We will discuss the historical mistreatment of underserved communities by the medical community, the role of bias in medicine, ways in which stigma and structural racism has prevented communities of color from achieving quality care and the opportunities for technology to bridge health inequity gaps.
Health Tech for Hard to Reach Communities
Restorative Circles for Health
Profit and Purpose: Building a business that has impact and revenue
You don’t have to compromise profit when building a company with impact. Ivelyse shares her journey as a social entrepreneur and founder who bootstrapped her company to profit. This talk covers incorporation as a public benefit corporation, the importance of intentional leadership, and how to keep purpose and profit aligned.
- “Excellent! Loved the energy and the relevant content.” Christina R Bell Pittsburgh Business Group On Health