Our Team

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Created in Response to an Urgent Need

While enrolled at Stanford University, Vineet Singal took a temporary break from school to volunteer at St. Vincent’s Free Clinic in Galveston, Texas after Hurricane Ike had destroyed parts of the city and the need for affordable healthcare skyrocketed. 

Vineet realized that communicating with patients was a major barrier to providing care and that text messaging could help fill this gap.

After graduating from Stanford University and dropping out of his medical school acceptance, Vineet set out to solve this need by creating the company that became CareMessage- a 501(c)3 non-profit.

A Product Informed by Personal Experience

Cecilia Corral, Vineet's classmate at Stanford, joined soon after as CareMessage's VP of Product and co-founder.

Fueled by a personal connection to underserved communities and excited to put her engineering skills to use, Cecilia saw an enormous opportunity to build technology solutions responsibly.

Cecilia's personal experiences growing up in a low-income immigrant household, which relied on Medicaid and food stamps to make ends meet, gave her unique insights to design products and build technology for communities like the one she grew up in.


Leadership Team


Vineet Singal

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Vineet co-founded CareMessage in 2012 after dealing with his own personal health issues and volunteering at safety-net clinics as a pre-med student. Prior to this, Vineet published peer-reviewed research in cancer biology and epidemiology at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute), and the Stanford School of Medicine. Vineet also led a nationwide initiative at the Stanford Graduate School of Business to register over 115,000 new bone marrow donors from underrepresented communities using social media.

Vineet graduated with University Distinction from Stanford, where he also served as a student representative on the Stanford Board of Trustees and received the President's Call to Service Award. Vineet is an Echoing Green Fellow, a Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation Fellow, and a Y Combinator alumnus. He's a winner of the Hitachi Foundation's Young Entrepreneurs Award and an inaugural winner of the Wharton School's Beacon Awards on Leadership.


Cecilia Corral

Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer

As CareMessage Chief Strategy Officer, Cecilia spearheads and owns the CareMessage strategy and vision, ensuring their relevance and execution throughout the organization. As subject matter expert on our product, industry, and customers, Cecilia identifies the pressing problems that we need to solve, works to transform them into core objectives, and aligns internal teams on their progress towards these objectives. This work is crucial in helping us achieve our mission and intended impact.

Driven by her experiences growing up in a low-income immigrant household, Cecilia brings an experience-led approach to the work of CareMessage. Outside of her work at CareMessage, she is an advocate for Diversity and Inclusion in the tech industry through collecting and publishing data on Latina Tech Founders. Cecilia was on the 2019 Forbes 30 under 30 list for Healthcare, and graduated with a B.S. in Product Design Engineering from Stanford University.


Sava Berhané

Vice President of Customer Success

Sava Berhané is passionate about helping healthcare organizations unlock the consumer, human, and societal drivers of business value, leveraging health equity strategies to drive both financial and nonfinancial outcomes. She leads CareMessage’s post-sales implementation, adoption, growth and experience.

Previously, Sava was SVP of Customer Success at a Series D global vertical software provider focused on the home healthcare market. Prior to that, she worked as an executive operator for one of the largest independent home care agencies in America, where she successfully designed and implemented chronic care management programs, revamped operations to improve scheduling and claims processes, and leveraged technology and innovative partnerships to scale her company’s services. As the founding CEO of eCaring, she helped design a mobile app that enabled care workers to track patient care and trigger interventions to improve health outcomes. 

Sava has a B.A. from Mount Holyoke College and a J.D. from Yale Law School.

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Will Bowens

Vice President of Sales

Will Bowens is passionate about positively impacting the health and livelihood of underserved populations. After attending Loyola University Chicago, Will began a progressively more successful sales career that lead him to sales leadership. Will helped start the sales force at SurePayroll and eventually became a VP of Sales at a firm focusing on delivering a software platform to focus on delivery of social determinants of health services. Now, after over 25 years in sales and 18 years in sales leadership, Will leads the sales organization at CareMessage. His focus is listening to and mentoring the sales team, removing obstacles, evangelizing the CareMessage value proposition, and achieving growth targets.


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Jeremy Carter

Business Operations

Jeremy leads business operations at CareMessage - optimizing organizational strategy and data practice so teams can collaborate toward delivering exceptional product and service to CareMessage users. He has a passion for understanding systems in detail and designing solutions that drive efficiency and make an impact. Jeremy studied Biochemistry and Global Health at Middlebury College and Healthcare Policy and Medical Ethics at Wake Forest University.


Jeremy Wight

Vice President of Engineering

Jeremy is an experienced Product and Engineering leader who is passionate about creating incredible products that serve millions of users and developing extremely high-functioning teams. Having spent the past 15+ years overseeing different stages of engineering from early-to-mid-stage tech companies, Jeremy most recently joined CareMessage from Co-Founding and leading Product and Engineering at Base.










Orit Mohamed

Principal Product Manager

Orit is the Principal Product Manager at CareMessage, where she drives product strategy, encompassing new feature development and integrations. Previously, she worked in Public Service, Journalism, and Higher Education with a consistent focus on racial and economic equity. Orit attended the University of California, Berkeley where she studied Political Economy.

Board of Directors

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Christopher (Kit) Kaufman, JD

Founder, Kit Kaufman, Counsel to Independent Directors

Kit has been a corporate lawyer throughout his career. He was a partner at Latham & Watkins until 2018, when he formed Kit Kaufman, Counsel to Independent Directors. He has focused on corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, public offerings of securities and start-up companies. Kit serves as an advisor to Next Gen Personal Finance and NGPF Mission Fund 2030.  Next Gen Personal Finance provides free curriculum and free teacher development for high school courses in personal finance.  NGPF Mission Fund 2030 has the goal of guaranteeing that a full-semester course in personal finance is a requirement for high school graduation in each of the 50 states. Kit graduated from Amherst College and Harvard Law School, where he was a member of the Harvard Law Review. 








Vineet Singal

Co-Founder and CEO


Geoff Price

Co-Founder, Chief Innovation Officer, Board Director, Oak Street Health

For over a decade, Geoff’s work at Oak Street- the leading national primary care organization serving seniors- has focused on leading the development and delivery of the organization’s innovative clinical and patient experience model. This model has demonstrated a 51% reduction in hospitalizations, an NPS of 90, while scaling to over 200 locations in 25 states and caring for hundreds of thousands of seniors. The Oak Street model has been featured in the New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst and in case studies at both Harvard Business School and the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Geoff is energized by entrepreneurship and healthcare innovation. He serves on the boards of ACES, a rapidly growing autism care organization, Atticus, a startup focused on democratizing access to legal services, and Hopscotch Health, an innovator in rural healthcare.
Geoff is active in angel investing, advising startups, and supporting philanthropies for seniors. He holds a BS in engineering from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is a member of the 2022 Class of Henry Crown Fellows within the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute.
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Andrew Principe

President, Starling Advisors

Andrew Principe is an experienced consultant providing advisory services to many Primary Care Associations, Federally Qualified Health Centers, and other Primary Care Safety Net providers throughout the country.  His work centers on opportunities and risks that health reform initiatives present to Safety Net Primary Care Providers.

Prior to founding Starling Advisors, Andrew was a founder at Arcadia Solutions and Azara Healthcare, and served as Clinical Computing Director at the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, MA.  At Joslin, he developed some of the early population health management best-practices and concepts he uses in his consultation with PCAs, HCCNs, and FQHCs.

In addition to his work in healthcare, Andrew is also an owner of a restaurant in New Orleans called Palm&Pine.

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