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Together Senior Health is excited to announce that Joshua Habib has joined our team as Chief Operating Officer, and Inna Sheyn has joined our team as Head of Product. Both bring extensive experience that will help Together Senior Health achieve our mission to help older adults with memory loss, Alzheimer’s, and dementia stay healthy and independent at home as long as possible.
Cynthia Benjamin, CEO of Together Senior Health said "I am thrilled to have Inna and Joshua join our Leadership Team. Their enterprise experience and passion for serving our audience will help us build out our platform for both end-users and our business customers."
Joshua Habib is a healthcare product, operations, and strategy leader with a demonstrated track record of successfully creating, bringing to market, and selling employer- and payer-facing products at leading healthcare companies, including 15 years at UnitedHealth Group. Josh holds a BS in Nutritional Science from Cornell University and an MBA with Honors in Finance and Investments from Baruch College (City University of New York).
"I am grateful for the opportunity to combine my expertise in Medicare, telehealth, and the payer space with my experience as a caregiver for my father, who has Alzheimer's, to help make a difference in the lives of millions of American seniors and their families. I am energized about the impact we will make at Together Senior Health," said Joshua.
Inna Sheyn brings over 20 years of experience in healthcare with an extensive background in product management and strategy. Prior to joining Together Senior Health, she worked at AARP Services Inc., leading portfolio strategy and new product development for the organization’s health line of business. Before AARP, Inna worked at NCQA, UnitedHealth Group, US Airways, Baxter International, and Pierre Fabre Pharmaceuticals. She holds MD and MBA degrees.
“I am excited to join the organization committed to applying a scientific and human-centered approach to improve health outcomes and quality of life of people with cognitive decline,” said Inna.