- Early-to-mid stage start-ups
- Career pathing
Zach brings deep experience in growing healthcare technology businesses to his role as an Entrepreneur in Residence (EIR) at Case Western. Currently, Zach serves as the CFO of Vox Mobile, a Managed Mobility Services (‘MMS’) provider, helping companies with their mobile, and transition to remote, strategies. Vox Mobile ensures that companies are able to provide and support their employees’ mobile and remote technology needs ranging from acquisition and configuration of technology to ongoing support and expense management.
Prior to joining Vox Mobile, Zach served as COO/CFO at Parachute Health, the country’s largest provider of ePrescribing solutions for durable medical equipment, supplies and services. Zach was the 5th member of the Parachute Health team and oversaw the establishment, growth and management of all financial and operational functions from pre-product launch through the covering of 500,000 patients, 30,000 MAU, and 5,000 healthcare facilities across 30 states. Zach raised over $20M for Parachute and grew the team to over 40 professionals during his tenure. Prior to Parachute Health, Zach launched and led operations and finance for Kinsa Health, a connected medical device company that is the leader in data-driven early-identification of COVID hotspots.
After graduating from Northwestern University with a bachelor’s degree in Mathematical Methods, Economics and Financial Economics, Zach started his career in Healthcare Investment Banking at Morgan Stanley.