Despite growing up in a family of radiologists, Arjun started as an accountant before he transitioned to a long career in healthcare, both in the United States and around the world. In addition to being a healthcare consulting partner at prestigious consulting firms, Arjun was a co-founder of Huron Consulting Group, HealthScape Advisors and Pareto Intelligence, and helped Convey go public as an Executive Vice President.
Arjun is active in several non-profit organizations and serves as a trustee on the Board of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Field Museum of Natural History, and the North American Advisory Board of the London School of Economics.
Ariana grew up with an interest in science, which flourished alongside her passion for preventative care as she pursued her degrees in Biochemistry and Finance. Seeing both the significant knowledge gap between scientists and citizens around disease prevention and the lack of liaisons between the finance and the healthcare sectors, Ariana knew she could make a difference empowering and investing in innovative healthcare teams.
Before joining Rubicon, Ariana spent over four years working in finance in New York. Most recently, she was an Associate at Athyrium Capital Management, investing across the healthcare sector and the capital stack.
Iyassu developed an early interest in medicine and the complex challenges of public health from his experiences growing up in Ethiopia, where his mother, an optometrist, managed her own practice for over 10 years. Iyassu joined Rubicon to play a part in building new healthcare companies that make a meaningful impact in individual’s lives.
Prior to Rubicon, Iyassu focused on private equity investments in the healthcare sector at the Carlyle Group. He holds a BA in Neuroscience from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Harvard Business School. In his free time, Iyassu enjoys running, watching the Premier League, and traveling to new places.
Clem has a background in executive and administrative support, office management, and security consultation for businesses. Prior to joining Rubicon in 2022, Clem moved from Los Angeles to Nashville in 2020 to work in operations for the Tennessee territory of Colonial Life.
Clem enjoys being able to be part of and supporting the great companies that the Rubicon team builds, and he loves the live music scene in Nashville.
As a student of physics with a passion for studying complex systems, entering the field of healthcare was a natural way for Sam to combine these interests. After working in the non-profit space, Sam went to an executive search firm, Oxeon, where she began working with entrepreneurs and healthcare companies to help build teams and successful companies.
Sam brought this experience to Rubicon, where she helps Rubicon’s new companies early in their journey by bringing on the right teams to create businesses that will go from startups to companies who change healthcare services for all Americans.
Sam brings a decade of Private Equity experience across industries to Rubicon. She joined the team in 2022 to apply that investing experience to backing transformational healthcare businesses.
Previously, Sam was on the private equity team at Ares Management, where she was responsible for sourcing, executing, and managing private equity investments across industries. Prior to joining Ares, she was a member of the Private Equity group at H.I.G. Capital and began her career in management consulting with The Parthenon Group (now EY-Parthenon).
Sam grew up in Los Angeles and is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard Business School. She lives in Nashville with her husband, Michael, and their dog, Bruno.
Adam has nearly 20 years of experience in entrepreneurship and innovation in the private sector and in the U.S. Government. As the child of a primary care physician and a speech pathologist, Adam’s parents instilled in him the importance of caring, family, and community, and he saw how magic the time is between providers and their patients and the change that this can make in someone’s life. Adam founded three successful healthcare companies including Landmark Health, a company delivering around-the-clock medical care to chronically ill patients. From there, Adam took on major roles in the U.S. Government, including Director of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), where he worked on value-based care for the United States. Adam was also a founding member of Operation Warp Speed, unanimously confirmed by the Senate as the first CEO of the International Development Finance Corporation (DFC), and a negotiator in the historic Abraham Accords.
After his government tenure, Adam started Rubicon because he wanted to build healthcare companies to transform how care is delivered in America, as he saw the power of bringing the private and public sector together to solve our nation’s greatest healthcare challenges.
Adam lives in Nashville with his wife, Shira, and their four children.
Brady was working for the Governor of Indiana when she was called to Washington DC to serve as the Deputy Chief of Staff and then the Deputy Administrator and Chief of Staff at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), a 1.3 trillion-dollar agency that oversees the nation’s major healthcare programs and serves over 140 million Americans. At CMS, Brady led a team that touched all aspects of the U.S. healthcare system, and the enormous responsibility instilled in Brady the drive to improve quality and care for all Americans. Brady never could have predicted that she would end up helping coordinate the CMS response to COVID-19 in the early days of the pandemic, but that experience along with her almost twelve years of government service propelled her to continue to work in the field of healthcare when she entered the private sector.
Brady is thrilled to work with the team at Rubicon to help drive towards more innovative models of care.
Roslyn was born in New Orleans, raised in the south suburbs of Chicago, and settled in Nashville in 2018 to open the 1st PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans franchise in the area. Roslyn is a people-person, and most of her professional career has been in hospitality and administration. She joined Rubicon in 2021 to support the team in building and growing innovative companies.
Roslyn loves spending time with her family—her husband, JC, and their two daughters, Ari and Amelia—and she loves cooking for her loved ones.
Lihao has many years of experience in healthcare finance and economics. After being part of a core team in reducing 30% mortality rate and avoiding 25-35% unnecessary inpatient and emergency room admissions at Landmark Health, Lihao realized that the recipe of an efficient health care systems requires innovative care delivery, purpose built data analytics, and a financial structure that can bring all stakeholders together working towards the same goal. Lihao joined the Rubicon team to extrapolate similar models for different populations who deserve high quality and efficient care.
Prior to joining Rubicon, Lihao served as a director of healthcare economics at Landmark Health and led the effort in settling key client accounts through a diverse array of statistical methods and value-based risk models.
Lihao holds a PhD in Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy from the University of Southern California and an MPH from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
Rachael is an outgoing, detail-oriented professional, with a missionary heart, who excels at managing diverse projects and taking on new challenges to move organizations forward.
Rachael began her career as a Teaching & Research Assistant at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, where she competed as a Heptathlete on a Big Ten Championship Team and was recognized as a Big Ten Conference Scholar-Athlete. Following graduate school, Rachael used her diverse administrative skills to manage a fine-dining restaurant in the heart of Champaign, Illinois, and then later managed the Quality Assurance program for an Illinois company that designs and manufactures flight simulator training devices (FSTDs) for fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft. In her free time, Rachael passionately served in youth and college ministries. When Rachael moved with her husband to Nashville in 2017, she began working for a diversified privately held business, where she worked at the CEO’s direction to serve the company in a variety of capacities.
Rachael decided to join Rubicon because she wanted to invest her talents into a mission that is bigger than herself, serving an amazing team operationally and helping build new healthcare businesses that impact lives in meaningful ways. She lives in Lebanon, Tennessee with her husband, Josh, and her son Camden.
Healthcare has always been a calling for Steve, as it runs in his family: his father is a neurosurgeon, his brother is a vascular neurosurgeon, and his mother is a nurse turned artist. Originally from Tampa, Florida, Steve gained exposure to healthcare through his family, and was hooked, as he observed a seemingly endless supply of opportunities for improvement and innovation. Steve came to Rubicon to join a group of like-minded people who were determined to make a positive impact on the U.S. healthcare system.
Steve’s career has focused on a mix of operational finance, investing, and investment banking. He is also a former U.S. national team rower and enjoys working out and going to the dog park with his dog, Stella.
Growing up, Vasu witnessed family members unable to afford treatment at high-end hospitals and care facilities, while struggling to navigate through the complex healthcare system. As a result of subpar care, health outcomes followed, and some family members still live today with health issues that needed earlier diagnosis and treatment. Vasu saw Rubicon as a great opportunity to join an innovative team that builds transformative companies prioritizing high-quality patient care. Additionally, Vasu is intrigued with the concept of value-based care and encouraging providers to deliver on outcomes rather than focusing on financial motives.
Vasu has an educational background in health administration and enjoys working in people operations. She enjoys helping Rubicon build brand-new companies where assembling the founding executive teams is the crucial key to early success. Vasu currently sits at the crossroads between the portfolio companies and Rubicon, and she works across the HR and Talent Acquisition teams striving for operational efficiency in her role.
Prior to joining Rubicon, Asif worked at Newlight Partners and its predecessor, the Strategic Investments Group of Soros Fund Management. During his time at Newlight and Soros, he focused on private investments across sectors including healthcare, renewable energy, telecom infrastructure, and financial services. He began his career in investment banking at JP Morgan. Asif chose to work in the field of healthcare services and at Rubicon because he believes in the opportunity to build businesses and to partner with doctors to have transformational positive impact on individual’s lives, and their families.
Asif grew up in Toronto, Canada, and graduated from the Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. He lives in Nashville with his wife, Misbah.
With a mom who worked as both a physical therapist at a long-term care facility and full-time caregiver to his grandma, Brandon has been in and around the senior care space his entire life. Brandon made it his mission to not just volunteer at these facilities, but also build a career helping keep seniors in the comfort of their own home, out of institutional settings.
Brandon began this journey while working in private equity, where he was most interested in investments that provide long term care support such as personal care services. He then went to Wharton’s Health Care Management program, during which time he advised numerous startups in the senior care space, including a PACE program and a business that staff caregivers for personal care services agencies. Admiring Rubicon’s founder, Adam Boehler, Brandon jumped on the opportunity to work with him at Rubicon.
Jill has many years of experience in project management and business operations in the art world, where she has a record for managing diverse and cross-functional teams. Jill is also experienced in change management for large businesses and has a talent for identifying creative solutions and best practices. She has a passion for healthcare, especially mental health solutions.
A native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Jill spent nine years in NYC and moved to Nashville to pursue a new challenge and exciting chapter in her life. Jill joined the Rubicon team because she wanted to join a mission-oriented company with a purpose of making a positive and lasting impact on others.
Jonathan Feldstein, MD
Jonathan Feldstein, MD
As an anesthesiologist and pain medicine physician, Jonathan started his own practice in New York City. When his mother was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s, he became very frustrated with the current healthcare system and transitioned away from clinical medicine to trying to solve bigger problems in healthcare.
After many years working at McKinsey, specializing in Value Based Care and Pharma R&D, Jonathan started an analytics company during COVID to help companies return to work safely while minimizing outbreaks. He is passionate about preventative medicine to help people live life to the fullest with their friends and families by their sides. Jonathan came to Rubicon to create opportunities for physicians to provide more comprehensive care to their patients.
John has always had a passion for building and investing in transformative businesses and he was particularly attracted to Rubicon’s platform, which offered a unique opportunity to be a part of that growth at the earliest stages. Despite being a native of New York, John ultimately decided to venture outside of Manhattan and joined the Rubicon investment team in Nashville in 2021.
John has an extensive background investing in growth-oriented businesses and has spent his career at private equity firms such as the Compass Group and Bridgepoint. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and Columbia Business School.
David is one of Rubicon’s founding team members, and he thrives on finding elegant solutions to complex problems. A seasoned attorney in both the public and private sectors, David spent over ten years in positions in federal and state government, including on the U.S. Senate Judiciary committee. After working with Adam Boehler as the Counsel at the Development Finance Corporation (DFC), David helped found Rubicon because of his desire to create enduring value and solving for gaps in our healthcare system.
A native of South Carolina, David and his wife, Dotti, and their four children, Michael, Gabriel, Margaret Claire, and Annabelle Rose live in Nashville, TN.
Chris grew up with a mother who worked as a medical transcriptionist and a medical coder. Her enthusiasm for healthcare is why Chris started working at Envision Healthcare after becoming a licensed CPA where he worked with providers, billing teams, and business operations. That made him see the full scope of what goes into a healthcare company and added a meaning to his career. Chris came to Rubicon because he believes that the work is driven by a purpose to improve many areas of the healthcare industry, including patient care. Chris work at Rubicon is more than just dealing with accounting and numbers—it adds purpose to his career, just like the healthcare industry did for his mother.
Chris is from a small town in Alabama and has a twin brother and two older sisters. He’s a lifelong Alabama football fan and when not working, he loves outdoor activities including hiking, kayaking, and relaxing in a hammock.
Tony has spent his career at growth-oriented and innovative companies whose goals are focused on improving the U.S. healthcare system. After spending 15 years in operating roles, he joined Rubicon Founders in 2022 to continue this work as an investor. Tony co-leads Rubicon’s investment team and has played a key role in its investments in Harmony Cares (formerly U.S. Medical Management) and various pediatric platforms.
Prior to joining Rubicon, Tony was an early team member at naviHealth, a tech-enabled healthcare services platform focused on coordinating post-acute care for seniors. He was CFO from 2015 to 2021 and led the company through a period of rapid growth and profitability, ultimately leading to a multi-billion-dollar exit. He has completed over ~$10B of transactions throughout his career and prior to naviHealth held finance and corporate development roles at managed care companies HealthSpring, Inc. and WellCare Health Plans.
Tony is a native of Nashville, TN and currently lives there with his wife and two kids.
David Johnson, MD/MPH
David Johnson, MD/MPH
Born into a family of doctors, it made sense that David would become a urologic oncologist and health services researcher. He has seen and experienced firsthand the challenges of providing patient care in a world where financial incentives are misaligned with outcomes that matter to patients, and he believe there is an urgent need to fundamentally redesign the way health and healthcare is paid for, while simultaneously transforming the way healthcare is delivered.
Previously, David helped create value-based payment mechanisms at a large commercial payer, and he moved to Rubicon to help providers transform care delivery to succeed in value-based payment models and to be on the forefront of the transformation of specialty care in the United States. He maintains his practice and is also Assistant Professor of Urology at UNC Chapel Hill, with a clinical focus on urologic oncology.
Matt Kim is a Partner at Rubicon and co-founder of Honest Medical Group and Evergreen Nephrology. Matt helped start the two companies because he believed their work would help patients have the kind of care and respect they deserve. Matt focuses his time on strategy and business development across both companies.
Prior to Rubicon, Matt spent 10 years investing in healthcare companies. Matt was an analyst at Blue Pool Capital, a Hong Kong based investment firm, focusing on both private and public healthcare companies, and at JANA Partners, an activist hedge fund. Matt is an alumnus of the Carlyle Group in its U.S. Buyout fund, and he began his career in healthcare investment banking at Lazard.
Scott Mancuso, MD
Scott Mancuso, MD
Like many new physicians, Scott began his medical career caring for countless patients in the ICU and medical floors where he witnessed that often insufficient coordination of care resulted in unnecessary readmissions or poor outcomes. Eventually, Scott’s own father began to suffer from end stage kidney disease, and he experienced this problem from the caregiver’s persecutive: poor communication and delays in care, amongst other things, created more problems than solutions. Frustrated with the experience as a clinician and a caregiver, Scott knew there had to be a better way. He joined teams at CareMore and then Landmark Health, which gave him the opportunity to develop models advancing the way medically complex, often frail, or homebound, patients were managed.
Now at Rubicon, Scott focuses on creating opportunities that empower primary care doctors to improve care coordination across all parts of the healthcare system. Scott has created medical teams consisting of providers and ancillary members coordinating care across all health system verticals. He is honored to work at Rubicon and to be a clinical leader of amazing teams who deliver much needed care improvements for patients like his father.
Elise is a born and bred Tennessean who found a love for accounting early in her career when she was in college during the 2008 financial crisis, and a love for numbers was formed. Elise has held many high-profile roles in accounting, including helping a private equity fund through an IPO process. However, like so many at Rubicon, Elise was seeking more purpose in her work and was looking for a company that was making a difference in people’s lives, and that’s when she decided to work at Rubicon.
In addition to being Rubicon’s controller, Elise loves living in Nashville, exploring the city’s food and music scene, and finding new hiking trails in the surrounding hills.
Emma began her career in healthcare investment banking at Credit Suisse, where she received an immersive and high-speed education in healthcare finance across the industry – covering services, pharmaceuticals, and medical technologies. Interested in more direct exposure to patient care, Emma moved to InnovaCare Health, an integrated, value-based payer and provider service organization. As Manager of Corporate Development, Emma worked at InnovaCare through the sale of their Puerto Rico business to Anthem Health.
Emma joined the Rubicon team in 2021 because she saw an opportunity to further her interest in patient care and have an impact on patients at a larger scale. She is particularly driven to bring forth innovative solutions that go beyond the realm of the possible in healthcare today.
Emma is from Riverside, CT. She received her B.S. in Commerce (McIntire School of Commerce) and her B.A. in Media Studies at the University of Virginia.
For many years, Morgan heard her sister, Marissa, a licensed social worker at a major hospital, tell her stories of the incredible hoops she had to jump through to get proper care for her patients. Then, Morgan had a crash course in healthcare when Adam Boehler brought her to work in the White House during the early stages of COVID-19 where Morgan led work on pandemic communications. After working through a major global pandemic, Morgan knew she wanted to continue working on solutions to improve America’s healthcare system with Adam when she moved to the private sector. Morgan works across the Rubicon portfolio to help launch innovative companies that improve patient care.
Prior to joining Rubicon, Morgan was the U.S. State Department Spokesperson and worked on major Presidential accomplishments like the historic Abraham Accords and she led U.S. government efforts to push back against sophisticated Chinese, Russian, and Iranian malign influence campaigns. She is also an active U.S. Navy Reserve Intelligence Officer.
Morgan lives in Nashville with her husband, Jonathan, and their daughter, Adina.
As a technology leader, Ananth loves to bring new technology tools and innovations to patients. He started his healthcare career in 2007 while working with home-based clinicians to support seniors and frail populations receive care at home. During ride-a-longs to patients’ homes, Ananth realized how technology can shape and help reduce the burden on clinicians. He started building technology solutions and tools to make clinicians lives easier, which in turn allowed them to focus their time and attention on patients and not on technology constraints.
Ananth joined Rubicon because he loves the ability to brainstorm ideas and strategize while building healthcare organizations, and to see how technology can make the company more successful. Ananth brings together various technology solutions through a team of engineers and support staff.
Coady has over 15 years of progressive HR experience in diverse industries and has guided companies through the development and deployment of progressive people strategies that attract, engage, develop, and retain high-caliber talent. She is focused on analyzing business needs to create transformative, business-aligned people solutions, while ensuring a high-performance environment and culture that fosters engagement and resilience. Coady loves working at companies that are the disruptors in their industries; she was drawn to Rubicon’s transformational approach to creating value and improving each company we create and partner with. She particularly enjoys the entrepreneurial spirit that drives each employee and the company overall.
Prior to joining Rubicon, Coady was the Executive HR leader over Creative Artist’s Agency’s (CAA) Music and Sports - Talent divisions and a member of the Global HR Leadership Team. She previously held the position of Vice President, Global Human Resources at InnerWorkings, a marketing execution firm based in Chicago.
Like so many at Rubicon, personal loss motivated Cory to want to make a difference in how healthcare is delivered in America. Cory and his wife, Sarah, lost their first son at birth due to a genetic disorder (Trisomy 18), which made him hyper aware of how parents and high-risk babies are treated in our healthcare system. Cory’s wife also works in healthcare, and his sister is a speech language pathologist. These combined experiences motivated Cory to join Rubicon as he saw the need for change toward value-based care, and knew Rubicon had the expertise to drive this change.
Cory has over eight years of experience working in the New York City offices of global law firms, specializing in corporate M&A across various industries, with a focus in healthcare. He and Sarah now live in Nashville with their two boys, Henry and Samuel.
Kate joined Rubicon after many years working as a strategy consultant and digital health solutions leader. Her passion and experience lie at the intersection of consumerism, technology, and healthcare.
Over the course of her career at Strategy& (formerly Booz and Company), Haven Healthcare, and Cohere Health, Kate has led the incubation of several ground-up solutions including a virtual-first advanced primary care offering for commercial beneficiaries, a provider-facing synthetic UM solution, and a type 2 diabetes prevention patient application for a large government payer. She has deep experience working with business, clinical operations, and technology teams to deliver delightful experiences for patients and providers across myriad clinical domains. She loves that Rubicon provides her a creative and open environment to build new healthcare companies that improve outcomes.
Kate is a graduate of USC, MIT Sloan, and the Harvard Kennedy School. She lives in Nashville with her husband Chris and their two children, William and Owen, and dog Daisy.
Jacob grew up in a family of educators and began his career in the social impact investing space before migrating to the private sector. Jacob has always been passionate about finding solutions that create impact at scale and bringing together the right people and relationships to build transformative businesses.
Prior to Rubicon, Jacob was the Head of the Global Healthcare and Life Sciences practice at True Search, an international executive search firm, and previously as a Director at Oxeon Partners, a healthcare growth services firm. He was also a Senior Portfolio Associate at The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation (EMCF) / Blue Meridian Partners and a manager at Public/Private Ventures (P/PV), philanthropic and policy organizations, respectively.
Austin is one of Rubicon’s founding team members and is passionate about the firm’s mission to transform the way people receive care. Raised in a healthcare family, Austin’s interests in building companies from the ground up and advancing community wellbeing converged in the Rubicon vision laid out by founder, Adam Boehler.
Austin enjoys the challenges associated with being a COO and was previously in that role at the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation. He formerly represented the U.S. before the UN Economic and Social Affairs Council and served as the head of policy at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations. A proud South Carolina native, Austin also served as Cabinet Director to Governor Nikki Haley and in other senior legal and operational roles in government.
Alex migrated to the United States in 2008, at a time when the U.S. healthcare industry started a massive transition and tectonic shifts. Fascinated with both the new complexity and with enormous opportunities to improve people’s lives, innovate, and create new business models, Alex knew he wanted to work in the healthcare industry.
Pursuing his passion, Alex joined healthcare practice at McKinsey & Co. and spent ten years learning intricacies of U.S. healthcare and serving all types of industry players – payers, providers, pharmacies, PBMs, and private equity funds investing in healthcare. After those years, Alex wanted to build transformative healthcare companies and joined Rubicon because he believed in the vision and mission laid out by founder, Adam Boehler.
David’s path to the healthcare industry started young by virtue of his family members in the industry. His mother was a nurse, and his father was a lawyer who served a large health system that primarily served Medicaid patients. Before that, his grandfather helped run and support a struggling children’s hospital in north Philadelphia for years – St. Christopher’s hospital for Children. This heritage of serving others in healthcare is what motivated his career in healthcare services. David joined Rubicon at the outset of the firm inspired by the vision of Adam Boehler to fundamentally reshaping how healthcare works.
David was born and raised just outside of Philadelphia, PA, and now lives in Washington DC with his wife, Sam, and their two daughters, Emily and Maddie.
Abe saw how difficult it can be to navigate the healthcare system watching his father struggle to coordinate his grandmother’s care following her Parkinson’s diagnosis. All too often, a prescription from one doctor doesn’t pair well with a medication prescribed by a different doctor, potentially causing life-threatening side effects and a trip to the emergency room. People need help accessing the care that is right for them. Abe helps build new Rubicon companies to provide that assistance.
Abe has a background in healthcare public policy and sees his work in the private sector as a continuation of the work he did in the federal government to develop new care solutions. Abe worked with Adam Boehler on the Advancing American Kidney Health initiative in the federal government. As the first investment professional to join Rubicon, Abe helped build out the investment team and co-founded the first two new companies Rubicon launched, Honest Medical Group and Evergreen Nephrology, developing the concepts, securing anchor clients, and recruiting the leadership teams.
Like many on the Rubicon team, personal experience in healthcare shaped why Sara entered the field. Sara’s father started a cancer charity called ITOG (International Thyroid Oncology Group) to help find treatment options for rare forms of thyroid cancer because when her mother was diagnosed there were no available treatment options. Sara’s sister is also a physician, so healthcare is a family calling.
Sara began executive search in the healthcare space at True Search, where she placed C- suite executives at digital health and value-based care companies, and she also worked in financial and life sciences recruiting at Matrix Capital Management. However, when Rubicon came calling, Sara moved from Boston to Nashville because of Rubicon’s mission to create value for underserved populations, specifically in Medicaid and Medicare. A history major from rural central New York, Sara is mission driven towards building the most effective and talented teams at all Rubicon companies.
Taylor grew up in the Midwest, with most of her family born, raised, and still residing in rural Iowa. Being raised in rural America, Taylor saw first-hand how rural Americans often have little-to-no access to care and how this inequity can directly impact their quality of life. Taylor is passionate about the transformation occurring in the healthcare industry – aligning incentives so that patients can live longer, healthier, and happier lives.
Prior to joining Rubicon, Taylor served as an Associate at Revelstoke Capital Partners, where she evaluated and invested in healthcare services businesses across various verticals such as behavioral health, rural healthcare, and veterinary services. Taylor began her career in investment banking at J.P. Morgan.
Jay was busy working for the Governor of South Carolina when his mother received a diagnosis every family member dreads, grade 4 brain cancer, that would eventually take her life. His Mother’s amazing care team and caregiver allowed her to spend nearly all her time at home and provided access to clinical research drugs that extended her life by precious months. Inspired by the care provided to his mother, Jay is passionate about Rubicon’s mission of providing more care to people in their homes and expanding treatment options, and when he received the call about moving to Nashville, Jay knew he had to join the Rubicon team.
Prior to Rubicon, Jay worked in the Office of South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and later for Governor Henry McMaster, focusing on executive budget development and public policy. Jay graduated from Duke University School of Law and clerked for Judge Jay Richardson on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. His wife, Leigh, and their children, Hollings and William, reside with him in Nashville.