Emily (she/her) is a current graduate student at MIT Sloan School of Management. She previously worked in the investment management industry where she developed an expertise in analyzing businesses across the technology sector. Emily’s passion for supporting families affected by addiction stem from her own personal experiences. She has hands-on experience with the challenges Go Together seeks to overcome and is passionate about our collective responsibility to do more to support families and individuals affected by this disease. In the last year, Emily has gained experience working at two digital health companies, Pear Therapeutics, and Better Life Partners.
Kevin (he/him) is a physician and health systems scientist. As a clinician, he's seen both the devastating effects of addiction and the incredible transformations that can occur with proper management of this chronic disease. The stories and experiences of people living with addiction and their family members, as well as his own frustrations with existing routes of care, led him to do research on access to addiction services and ways to improve it.
Esther (she/her) is a product designer, currently pursuing her MFA in Design for Social Innovation at The School of Visual Arts. Her experience lies in leading teams across private, public and social sectors to build innovative digital products and services. She sees the world around her in stories and human connections, and is most passionate about the mindful use of technology to bring about positive impact in communities. The belief that care and resilience are fundamental building blocks to a meaningful life drives her work in Go Together, in supporting families living with addiction.