Board of Directors

Andrew Zengilowski
An experienced investor and operator of technology, consumer, healthcare businesses, Andrew brought together the CoachCare team to create technology products that will empower front-line providers to better treat their patients. Prior to co-founding CoachCare, Andrew led mergers and acquisitions and strategic partnership development for HelloWorld, a leading digital marketing agency and was on the investment team at Catterton Partners and Catalyst Health Ventures. He began his career at J.P. Morgan in the investment banking division.
Wesley Haydon
Wes brings broad experience to CoachCare as an investor and manager in the consumer, retail, healthcare and business services markets. He worked hands on with many growth-stage businesses in these sectors as a member of the investment teams at Harvest Partners and Great Hill Partners. Wes began his career at J.P. Morgan in the investment banking division
Brian Model
Brian is a Managing Partner of Stonehenge Growth Equity Partners, a growth equity investment firm that invests in promising businesses at the intersection of healthcare and technology. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of CoachCare, eHealth Technologies, Lumetrics, iCardiac Technologies (Observer), and Critical Media (Observer)
Jay Althoff
Jay has 20+ years of executive-level experience with domestic and international, public and private companies in varied industries and life stages, and is currently COO of MediaSilo, the world’s largest SaaS platform for video-driven creative workflows with more than 1,800 enterprise customers worldwide. Jay is passionate about building companies that provide high levels of service to their clients and to consumers.  Prior to joining MediaSilo, he has served as CEO, CDO or Chief Strategy Officer of multiple VC-backed, early and growth stage companies in the digital health and business services verticals.  Jay is also Board Chair for Common Impact, a nationally-recognized nonprofit that connects corporate employees to nonprofit organizations with proven models to tackle the greatest challenges our communities face. Jay graduated from Connecticut College and received his J.D. from The George Washington University.  Before jumping fully into the early stage business universe in 2000, Jay was an investment banker at Westpac Banking Corporation in NYC, an associate focused on M&A at Ropes & Grey in Boston, and VP and General Counsel of Ekco Housewares.
Shmuel Gniwisch
A very successful entrepreneur, Shmuel is passionate about building great companies with great management teams. Shmuel was one of the first E-commerce trailblazers when he launched in 1999.'s meteoric growth has been written about in the New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, BusinessWeek and The Wall Street Journal.

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