Swatee is a digital health leader who has developed and launched disruptive technology-based healthcare businesses for Microsoft, Nike, T-Mobile, Premera Blue Cross and Eastman Kodak. These corporate efforts led to several commercialization efforts and patents in biofeedback and Nike's first wearable technology patents. As a Lead Consultant at Premera Blue Cross, Swatee led executive teams to identify new opportunities in wellness and member engagement programs. At T-Mobile, she incubated and launched the V1.0 Android Bobsled Group Messaging application and created the firm's mobile health strategy. At Microsoft Research she fostered collaborations in medical imaging. Swatee has an MBA from the University of Chicago, an MSME and Biomechanics degree from Pennsylvania State University, and a BS in Bioengineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has been featured in international, national, and regional media outlets including Huffington Post, International Business Times, NPR’s KUOW’s Morning Edition, APM: Marketplace, VentureBeat, Kauffman Foundation, and iMedicalapps.
Better Living Through Big Data: Creating a Culture of Health
Tech is changing the face of healthcare and these companies are at the forefront.
Women in Tech Panel
Successful women in tech share their stories.
Startup Storytellers: Greatest Mistakes and Lessons Learned
GA and Techstars brings you this event series with startup founders sharing their insights. This month we're discussing <strong>Greatest Mistakes and Lessons Learned</strong>.
GA and Techstars brings you this event series featuring startup founders sharing their experiences and insights.