Since I was little, I have been obsessed with figuring out the best way to do things. As one of 3 leaders of growth initiatives at Spreemo, a healthcare startup based in NYC, I figure out the best way to implement new products, services, and business initiatives on behalf of our CEO. Prior to joining Spreemo, I was an Innovation Fellow at SUNY Binghamton University, my Alma Mater. There, I focused on helping students explore opportunities for entrepreneurship, prototype their ideas by creating minimum viable products, and acquire their first users. Developing a process to turn food waste into biofuel tops my list of favorite past projects, but I’m passionate about education too. I recently launched the Change the World Scholarship with a few friends to encourage students to think big and make a difference, and I am honored to help Binghamton University develop and implement new initiatives as well as regularly speak with current and prospective students as a member of their Alumni Leadership Council. My background is in bioengineering and biotechnology, so when I’m not working you can find me geeking out about science, technology, and startup news, meeting new people at events in NYC, or celebrating Shabbat at Romemu.