Lauren Belliveau a healthcare business development and has defined strategy and scaled operations for multiple high growth businesses for over 20 years. Lauren is passionate about advancing technologies that support health care providers in their journey to engage patients and deliver quality care. She joined MindNest as CEO to propel the company forward. Outside of the office, she enjoys the outdoors in all New England seasons and spending time with her husband, son and many chickens. Ms. Belliveau attend Smith College where she received her A.B. in Biological Sciences and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where she received her S.M. in Healthcare Policy and Management.
Augustus T. Crocker, Jr.
Augustus T. Crocker, Jr. (Tuck) has served health care clients for 40 years. For the first ten years of his career, Mr. Crocker worked for SMS Corp. (now Cerner) in a variety of technical, field and executive roles. Mr. Crocker then pivoted to management consulting. First at Ernst & Young (now EY), where he served as a Senior Manager and a Partner, then at Deloitte as a Partner, then at McKesson as General Manager of the professional services business, then at BearingPoint as a Vice President and General Manager of the healthcare practice, Ingenix (now Optum) as a Managing Director and Greeley Sr VP. Since 2015, Mr. Crocker has served organizations run by former colleagues as a senior executive (generally with a VP Business Development title). Mr Crocker’s experience in healthcare includes Clinical, Revenue Cycle, Performance Improvement, strategy, and Information Technology engagements for providers (hospitals, health systems and physician practices), and payers (commercial and not-for-profit). Mr. Crocker attended Hamilton College and Keene State College, where he received a B.S. in Biochemistry.
David Grodberg, MD, MS
David Grodberg, MD, is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at the Yale Child Study Center where he serves as the medical director of the outpatient clinic. Dr. Grodberg founded Mindnest Health to address the many barriers that parents face when they try to get behavioral health care for their children. His overarching goal is to use technology to redesign the delivery of pediatric behavioral health to make care proactive instead of reactive.
Board of Directors
Sandra Panem, PhD
President, NeuroNetworks Fund
Brian Horsburgh, PhD
Treasurer & Secretary, NeuroNetworks Fund
John Puziss, PhD
Executive Director of Business Development,
Yale University, Office of Cooperative Research
NeuroNetworks Fund https://neuronetworksfund.org/ NeuroNetworks Fund, a nonprofit 501(c) (3) melds venture capital and charitable giving under one umbrella, providing a continuous circle of investment in promising research in neuro-disorders. The Fund helps to fill the gap between government funding, which has grown scarcer in recent years and private capital that has become more risk adverse regarding drug development in the neurodisease sector. Under this model, the Fund will begin a major philanthropic fund-raising campaign and use the charitable donations to invest in entrepreneurial companies developing new drugs and diagnostics. All investment returns then will be recycled to allow to the Fund to continue its charitable mission and become self-sustaining.
Connecticut Innovations https://ctinnovations.com/
Connecticut Innovations is Connecticut’s strategic venture capital arm and is the leading source of financing and ongoing support for innovative, growing companies. By offering equity investments, strategic guidance and introductions to valuable partners, they enable promising businesses to thrive.
Health Ventures https://www.healthventure.com/ invests in digital health to improve care, access, capacity and scale globally.