Meet the Team
Chief Executive Officer
John Figueroa joined Genoa Healthcare in July 2014, as Chief Executive Officer and Board member, completing the successful merger of Genoa Healthcare and QoL meds. Genoa Healthcare is the nation’s leading behavioral health pharmacy, telepsychiatry and medication management company. The organization serves more than 650,000 individuals with severe mental health or complex chronic conditions and operates more than 400 pharmacies in 45 states. In addition, Genoa Healthcare has more than 250 psychiatrists providing psychiatric care via a proprietary and custom-built video platform, and provides medication management services for health plans and others payers.
Previously, Mr. Figueroa served the dual roles of Chairman and CEO of Apria Healthcare Group Inc., as well as that of Coram LLC. In January 2014, the Coram asset was sold to CVS Caremark for $2.2 Billion. Mr. Figueroa remains the Chairman of Apria Healthcare Group Inc.’s Board of Directors.
Prior to his appointment to these roles, Mr. Figueroa served as CEO and Board Member of Omnicare, Inc., a Fortune 500 healthcare services company that provided pharmaceuticals and related services to long-term care facilities and specialized drugs for complex diseases.
Mr. Figueroa served as President of McKesson Corporation’s U.S. Pharmaceutical Group from 2006 to 2010, after holding progressively more responsible operations and sales positions in the company’s Supply Solutions, Pharmaceutical and Health Systems groups from 1997 through early 2006.
He spent the initial years of his career in various sales and operations roles for Baxter Healthcare Corporation’s Hospitex and Medical Surgical divisions.
Mr. Figueroa holds Bachelor’s degrees in both English Literature and Political Science from the University of California at Los Angeles, where he was a distinguished military graduate. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University, where he was honored as a Distinguished Alumnus and received the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School Inspired Leadership Award. Other awards include the Supply Chain Executive of the Decade award from the Global Supply Chain Leaders Group (GSCLG). From 1985 through 1990, he served as a Commissioned Officer in the United States Army.
He serves on the Reliance Steel and Aluminum Board (NYSE: RS), the Executive Committee for the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School Board, and is a guest lecturer at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Mark Peterson, RPh
Chief Commercial Officer
Mark Peterson is the Chief Commercial Officer for Genoa Healthcare. Peterson joined Genoa Healthcare in 2003 with the mission to build the company into a nationwide provider of pharmacy services. Since joining Genoa Healthcare, Peterson assisted in pioneering a model of pharmacy services inside mental health clinics and has successfully grown the company from the four pharmacies in two states in 2003, to our current size of more than 400 pharmacies in 44 states, plus the District of Columbia, serving over 650,000 consumers per year. Throughout his fourteen years with the company, Peterson has had oversight and roles in most areas of the business, originally overseeing operations and then over the years his primary focus has been sales, marketing and business growth. Peterson also served on the board from 2003 through 2011 and has played a significant role with our private equity partners. Currently, he oversees the corporate strategy, sales, marketing, government affairs, payor relations, business and community development efforts.
Prior to Genoa Healthcare, Peterson was Senior Vice President of Marketing and Data Services with HealthNexis LLC, a company designed to improve contract management and collaboration between healthcare manufacturers, distributors, buying groups and providers. Prior to HealthNexis, he was co-founder and COO of Embion, Inc., a supply-chain management company providing procurement automation for medical clinics. Before working at Embion, Peterson had various leadership roles at Chronimed, a specialty pharmacy, and with Ingenix, the outcomes and clinical trials business unit of United HealthGroup. At Ingenix, he was Vice President of Sales for the economic and outcomes research division.
Peterson has a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the University of Minnesota. His pre-pharmacy coursework at the University of Saint Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, included a computer science emphasis.
David Vucurevich, RPh
Chief Operating Officer
David Vucurevich, RPh, joined Genoa Healthcare in 2014 as Chief Operating Officer.
Prior to joining Genoa Healthcare, Vucurevich served as President and COO of Prasco Laboratories, a privately owned generic pharmaceutical company and the national leader in sales and marketing of authorized generic products. Vucurevich joined Prasco in 2009 as Senior Vice President of Corporate Development where his responsibilities were focused on corporate investment and new business strategy.
Prior to Prasco, Vucurevich spent 27 years in the retail drugstore industry. Vucurevich spent seven years as Group Vice President of Pharmacy and Clinical Services at Rite Aid Corporation where his oversight included full profit and loss responsibilities for the company’s pharmaceutical purchasing, regulatory compliance, formulary management, patient adherence programs, medication therapy management, acute care clinics and clinical immunization program. Vucurevich began his career in pharmacy in 1982 as a pharmacist with Walgreens Company. He held several positions in pharmacy and store operations before joining American Stores Company/Albertsons in 1993. At Albertsons, Vucurevich held positions of increasing responsibility for the division of managed care operations and pharmaceutical purchasing.
Vucurevich’s current and past professional affiliations include serving as current member of the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Board of Directors, West Virginia University School of Pharmacy Visiting Committee, University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy Board of Advisors, Cedarville University College of Pharmacy Dean’s Advisory Committee, University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy Executive Board, NACDS, HDMA and numerous industry trade advisory boards.
Vucurevich was an undergraduate of the University of Arizona, and 1982 graduate of the University of New Mexico, College of Pharmacy.
Chief Financial Officer
Victor Breed is Genoa Healthcare’s Chief Financial Officer. Breed joined Genoa Healthcare in October 2006. Breed is responsible for accounting functions, treasury management, billing, purchasing, insurance/risk management and banking and investor relationships. He plays a significant role in raising equity financing and negotiating new bank financing.
Previously Breed was the EVP of Finance and Operations for a medical device company, ClearMedical, Inc. As the EVP, Breed developed and implemented a new business model and managed all operational and administrative functions including production, engineering, regulatory, finance, accounting, human resources and IT.
Prior to ClearMedical, Inc., Breed served as Senior Vice President for Solucient, LLC. While with Solucient, he was the General Manager of the business unit providing performance management solutions for hospitals. In addition, he identified and evaluated potential business partners and M&A candidates and negotiated business relationships, joint ventures and marketing arrangements.
Before working for Solucient, LLC, Breed was the COO and CFO for HBS International. As COO/CFO Breed oversaw daily operations and developed strategies for accelerating growth by merger or acquisition. HBS International was one of the Deloitte & Touche Technology Fast 500; a list of the fastest growing technology companies in North America and on the 2000 Healthcare Informatics list of 10 Most Influential Healthcare IT Companies.
Breed is a graduate of Lake Superior State University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. He is also a member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Chief Information Officer
John R. McConnell is the Chief Information Officer for Genoa Healthcare. McConnell joined Genoa Healthcare in July 2012 as the Senior Information Systems Program Manager. In February 2013 McConnell transitioned into the Chief Information Officer (CIO) role overseeing the long term vision of the implementation of technology within Genoa Healthcare. McConnell’s most recent major initiative was to lead the group through a transition from on premise hosting of server infrastructure to a Cloud based server environment. McConnell’s goal is to ensure the health, stability and operational efficiency of Genoa Healthcare’s systems and to help build processes that will allow Genoa Healthcare to continue to grow.
Before joining Genoa Healthcare, McConnell was a Senior Business Intelligence Consultant and Product Manager at Extended Results, Inc. in Redmond, Washington. Prior to that, McConnell was a Vice President and Technology Group Manager for Washington Mutual Bank (WaMu) in Seattle, Washington where he oversaw a team of on and offshore development staff that supported 12 enterprise back office systems ranging from a centralized procurement system, to the bank’s technology ticketing system and change management systems, technology asset management system and corporate real estate systems. When WaMu was purchased by JPMorgan Chase in 2008, McConnell led a team of developers through development of a new Corporate Property Management system as well as the handoff of other systems to corresponding staff with Chase.
Before working at WaMu, McConnell was engaged as a consultant with Seattle City Light where he was the Technical Lead for the Customer and Management Systems team.
McConnell earned a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems in 2005.
Chief Compliance Officer
Kathleen McGuan joined Genoa Healthcare in 2014 as Chief Compliance Officer. She comes to the company with over 33 years of experience in the legal field, with an emphasis in healthcare law, primarily defending healthcare providers and pharmaceutical manufacturers. Prior to joining the company, she was a partner in the Washington D.C. office of Reed Smith, LLP, specializing in the practice areas of healthcare litigation and counseling. She joined Reed Smith in 1991 and has worked there until the present, with a brief departure to work for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and OmniCare.
In 2005, McGuan served as Associate General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Chief Counsel for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Additionally, in 2011, she held the role of Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer for Omnicare.
During her time with CMS, she served as the principal legal counselor to the Administrator of CMS on all aspects of CMS’s programs, including Medicare reimbursement to all categories of providers and suppliers, national coverage determinations, fraud and abuse, Medicaid finance, and litigation strategy in cases involving the Medicare or Medicaid programs. In addition to advising the Administrator, McGuan routinely participated in policy development and decision meetings in which she advised other senior Department officials. She worked closely with the Administrator to resolve the novel legal issues that arose in connection with the implementation of the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug program and the operation of the program through the critical first two years of its existence.
McGuan graduated from American University with her Bachelor of Arts in Music History in 1975, in addition to receiving her Master of Arts in Historical Musicology in 1978 from the University of Pennsylvania. She also received her Juris Doctor from Catholic University of America in 1981.
Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Alexander (Aly) Kayne joined Genoa Healthcare in 2015 as Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary. Aly comes to Genoa Healthcare having most recently served as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary for Omnicare, a Fortune 500 healthcare company, where he developed the company’s legal department and played a key role in helping successfully resolve several complex legacy legal matters.
Aly was a Partner with Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP in its New York Litigation Department prior to joining Omnicare. He has represented companies from a variety of industries, including healthcare, banking, insurance, and energy, and his practice focused on complex commercial and securities cases in federal and state courts including cases involving federal and governmental regulatory agencies. He earned his J.D. from Yale Law School where he also served as Editor of the Yale Law Journal.
In 2014, Aly was recognized by NYSE Governance Services’ publication Corporate Board Member as one of the elite “General Counsel to Watch,” which identifies the most distinguished and respected chief legal counsel.
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Michael Walters joined Genoa Healthcare in 2015 to lead their human resources operations. His responsibilities include talent management, learning & development, compliance, payroll, health & welfare, compensation, coaching, people information systems and talent acquisition programs for the growing organization.
Prior to his tenure with Genoa Healthcare, Michael led Human Resources for Verathon Medical, a medical device manufacturer located in Bothell, WA and subsidiary of Roper Technologies. In this capacity, he held responsibility for all HR functions for their global work force located in North America, Europe, Asia, Middle East, and Latin America. Previously, Michael provided HR leadership in various capacities for Microsoft and the Nielsen Company.
Executive Vice President/General Manager, Telepsychiatry
Samir Malik joined Genoa Healthcare in 2015. Samir is responsible for developing and executing the expansion of psychiatry services both within and outside of centers that Genoa Healthcare serves today.
Previously, Samir was Co-founder and CEO of 1DocWay, a New York City-based telepsychiatry company, which expanded access to mental healthcare for underserved Americans. Samir and his team built the technology-enabled-services company from scratch, treating 25,000 patients before being acquired by Genoa Healthcare in November of 2015.
Prior to 1DocWay, Samir held the title of President of Signature Healthcare, and CEO of ZipCare Transportation, two healthcare service companies he started prior to founding 1DocWay. These two endeavors have grown in the past 3 years from two employees to over 100, while improving access to healthcare in markets and populations in need of mental health access.
From 2010 to 2012, Samir was the Director of Strategic Planning at CenterPointe Hospital, a 150-bed health system in St. Louis, Missouri, where he designed and built a new model for outpatient mental health programs across 3 states.
Prior to CenterPointe Hospital, Samir’s career began with McKinsey & Co as a Business Analyst, where he focused on a wide range of strategic and operational initiatives for large organizations both inside and outside healthcare. While there, Samir served as a McKinsey Hospital Institute Fellow.
Samir received a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania magna cum laude, a Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience from Penn with distinction, and a Master’s of Business Administration at Wharton in Healthcare Management.
Senior Vice President, Payer Relations
William (Bill) Guptail joined Genoa Healthcare in March 2016 as Senior Vice President, Payer Relations. He is responsible for the development and execution of reimbursement strategy; including the design and implementation of value based pharmacy programs; oversight of contracting, licensing, and network operations. He is also responsible for developing and maintaining key health plan, pharmacy benefits manager and government payer relationships. In addition, Guptail engages key stakeholders across the care delivery system to improve access to Genoa’s integrated pharmacy and telepsychiatry care model designed specifically for individuals with Behavioral Health and other complex chronic illnesses.
Prior to joining Genoa Healthcare, Guptail was President – West Region, Complex Care Management for OptumCare. During his 14-year tenure at UnitedHealthcare and Optum, he served in a variety of leadership positions, including national roles in clinical operations and product leadership. He also served as the Chief Operating Officer and Plan President of UnitedHealthcare Community and State in Hawaii from 2009–2013. Guptail also held previous leadership positions at Healthnexis and Novartis Medical Nutrition.
Guptail has a bachelor’s in Human Resources Management and music minor from Millikin University, and an MBA from St. Thomas University. He is based out of Genoa Healthcare’s Eagan, Minnesota office.
Daniel Carto, RPh
Senior Vice President, Operations
Daniel Carto, RPh, joined Genoa Healthcare in 2006 as Regional Manager to the Northeast Region, with expansion into the Southeast area of the country in 2009. Carto was promoted to Regional Vice President of Operations for the Eastern Division in 2015, overseeing seven Directors of Operations, and managing over 130 pharmacy locations. Carto has led the company in the successful acquisitions of several pharmacies throughout the country, as well as assisted in the successful integration of Genoa Healthcare and QoL meds in 2014, and currently serves as a member of the company’s internal Compliance Committee. Carto was promoted to Senior Vice President of Operations in 2017. In this role reporting to the COO, Carto has day-to-day management responsibility for Genoa’s three operating divisions.
Prior to joining Genoa Healthcare, Carto was a Regional Director at Omnicare. He began his career as a Dispensing and Consultant Pharmacist for a privately held company. He was the Director of Pharmacy Operations of the Northern Division of Specialized Pharmacy, and was named Vice President of Operations in 1992. When Specialized Pharmacy and Omnicare merged, Carto was appointed Regional Director of Compliance for the Great Lakes Region of Omnicare.
From 1996 through 1998, Carto assisted Omnicare with pharmacy acquisitions and integrations. He was then named President of Omnicare Pharmacies of Pennsylvania, a position he occupied until 2005. His responsibilities expanded to serve as Area Director of Operations with operational responsibility in multiple states.
Carto earned a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan in 1981. He has held several offices, including President of the Northeast Chapter of the Michigan Pharmacists Association.
Stephanie Kornechuk, PharmD
Senior Vice President, Purchasing and Pharmacy Category Management
Stephanie Kornechuk, PharmD, joined Genoa Healthcare in 2003 as a Pharmacy Manager in Puyallup, Washington. She soon transitioned into an administrative role as Project Manager to aid Genoa Healthcare in a string of notable tasks. As Genoa Healthcare continued to grow and expand, Kornechuk held lead roles in purchasing, auditing, compliance, quality assurance, pharmacy software administration and employee HIPAA procedures. She has also been a primary resource for employees during major company programs and industry changes such as the introduction of Medicare Part D. In 2009, Kornechuk became Director of Purchasing and Analysis and was responsible for managing vendor contracts and relationships, as well as monitoring reimbursement trends.
In 2013, Kornechuk began leading the implementation and contracts departments, overseeing the entire process of opening new pharmacies. Most recently, in 2014, Kornechuk was promoted to Vice President, Purchasing, overseeing pharmacy purchasing activities across multiple expense categories, as well as driving purchasing synergies and initiatives to achieve cost savings throughout the company. In 2017, Kornechuk was promoted to Senior Vice President of Purchasing and Pharmacy Category Management and is responsible for the day-to-day management and P&L responsibility for all Genoa Healthcare’s pharmaceutical and not for sale item procurement, margin analysis and critically important vendor relationship management.
Prior to working at Genoa Healthcare, Kornechuk worked as a hospital pharmacist for St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma, WA for 2 years, and as a long term care pharmacist for Northwood Clinical Pharmacy and Shoppers Drug Mart in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada for 7 years.
Kornechuk graduated from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. She also received her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Washington.
Melissa Odorzynski, PharmD, MPH
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Medication Management Solutions
Melissa Odorzynski joined Genoa Healthcare in 2006 to open a pharmacy within a mental health center in Madison, Wisconsin. The pharmacy quickly grew to be one of Genoa Healthcare’s most successful operations, and in 2008 she was promoted to Regional Manager, supervising company operations for the Midwest. While in this role, Odorzynski developed training for pharmacy managers and subsequently an online training program for all employees, Genoa University.
Odorzynski shifted from operations to sales in 2011, joining the sales team to develop partnerships with mental health organizations, and ultimately leading sales and marketing for the company. In 2014, Odorzynski transitioned into the role of VP, Marketing and Strategy, with a greater concentration on strategic planning for the company, while also leading marketing and business development efforts. She continued to refine her focus on corporate development and M&A, successfully leading the acquisitions of several companies including 1DocWay, Advanced Care behavioral health pharmacies, and Medication Management Systems.
Odorzynski was named a 2017 winner of The M&A Advisor Emerging Leaders Award, which celebrates the industry leaders in mergers and acquisitions, financing and restructuring, who have reached a significant level of success in the industry before the age of 40. She is also recognized as an expert in the field of medication adherence in the behavioral health population, speaking nationally on the topic, and has had research published by the Journal of Managed Care and Specialty Pharmacy.
In July 2017, Odorzynski was promoted to SVP, Pharmacy Solutions, responsible for integrating the company’s clinical services division, Genoa Healthcare’s Medication Management Solutions, with its Pharmacy and Telepsychiatry divisions, and promoting a comprehensive solution across all service lines to payers and providers. In January 2018, Odorzynski assumed full responsibility of the MMS business unit as General Manager.
Before joining Genoa Healthcare, Odorzynski worked as a pharmacist for CVS in Baltimore, Maryland. Odorzynski earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from Drake University and her Master of Public Health from Johns Hopkins University. Odorzynski is also certified in Mental Health First Aid USA.
Christy Barr, RPh, MHA
Vice President, Central Pharmacy Operations
Christy Barr, RPh, MHA, joined Genoa Healthcare in 2006 as the Site Manager for our Dayton, Ohio location. In 2008, Barr was promoted to Director of Operations, where she oversaw the operations of 24 pharmacies and 20 satellite locations in four states. She held that role until 2014, when she was promoted to Regional Vice President of Operations, Western Division, and oversaw nine regions and Directors of Operations, managing over 180 pharmacy locations. Barr currently serves as the Vice President, Central Pharmacy Operations, and is responsible for project management oversight of strategic operational initiatives and central operational oversight of our CMC and training functions.
Prior to Genoa Healthcare, Barr worked for Kroger Co. as a pharmacy manager of both a retail and long-term care pharmacy from 2000 to 2006.
Barr graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy in 2000 from the University of Cincinnati, where she was awarded Ohio Pharmacist Association Student of the Year. She also recently received her Masters of Healthcare Administration.
Chief Privacy Officer and Deputy Chief Compliance Officer
Kenneth Barr joined Genoa Healthcare in January 2017 as the Chief Privacy Officer and Deputy Chief Compliance Officer. Barr’s primary responsibility is for Genoa Healthcare’s compliance with the HIPAA privacy rule, and support of our general compliance program and legal activities.
Barr is a lawyer with over 38 years’ experience, including nearly twenty years of experience in the healthcare area. Prior to Genoa Healthcare, Barr was a healthcare partner in the Washington, DC office of Reed Smith, LLP, which he joined in 1997. Barr’s practice included representing a wide range of pharmacy and other healthcare providers in regulatory and transactional matters, including corporate transactions and contractual arrangements.
Barr received his bachelor’s degree from Boston University, his law degree from Mercer University, and an LLM in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center.
Shannon Beaudin Klein
Vice President, Marketing & Communications
Shannon Beaudin Klein joined Genoa Healthcare in March 2017 as Vice President of Marketing and Communications. In her role, she is responsible for overseeing all internal and external communications and public relations, reputation management, web content and design and marketing. Shannon has more than 25 years of marketing and communications experience in a variety of industries including health care, transportation and public affairs.
Prior to joining Genoa Healthcare, Beaudin Klein was Vice President of Marketing and Communications at HealthPartners, a large care delivery and health insurance organization. Prior to joining HealthPartners, she was Director of Public Relations for the Minnesota Department of Transportation. She has also served as Director of Communications for the Minnesota Council of Health Plans and the Minnesota Hospital Association.
Beaudin Klein holds a bachelor’s degree in speech communication from the University of Minnesota and a master’s degree in public administration from Hamline University.
Beaudin Klein remains active in the community. She has worked with the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, America’s Health Insurance Plans, the Minnesota Smoke-Free Coalition and the American Association of Highway Transportation Officials.
Ryan Butler, RPh
Regional Vice President of Operations, Midwest Division
Ryan Butler joined Genoa Healthcare in 2010 as a site manager for our Saint Joseph, Missouri pharmacy location. In 2012, he was promoted to director of operations where he oversaw 22 pharmacy locations in three states. Butler held that role until 2017, when he was promoted to Regional Vice President, Midwest Division, overseeing six regions and director of operations, managing over 135 pharmacy locations.
Prior to Genoa Healthcare, Butler worked as a pharmacy manager for Walgreens and Shop n’ Save pharmacies.
Butler received his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Saint Louis College of Pharmacy in 2000. He is actively involved in both the Missouri and Kansas Pharmacists Associations.
Sarah Fenwick, MBA
Vice President, Network Contracting
Sarah Fenwick joined Genoa Healthcare in 2016 as Vice President of Network Contracting. Fenwick leads the Contracts, Licensing and Audit teams and has over 15 years’ experience in pharmacy managed care. Prior to Genoa Healthcare, she was the Senior Director of Managed Care for Rite Aid, responsible for contract negotiations with Health Plans and PBMs for over 4,500 stores. Prior to joining Rite Aid, Fenwick was the Director of GeriMed’s LTC Network, where she spent over 4 years advocating for LTC independent pharmacies. Before entering the pharmacy provider community, Fenwick worked for Humana as the manager for pharmacy networks and started her career working for Wal-Mart’s pharmacy benefit manager in business development.
Fenwick has been an active member of NCPDP for 10 years advocating on behalf of the pharmacy and payer community.
Fenwick obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Care Administration from Appalachian State University and her MBA from Webster University.
Natasha Hennessy, PharmD
Regional Vice President of Operations, Western Division
Natasha Hennessy joined Genoa Healthcare in 2011 as a Site Manager for one of our St. Paul, Minnesota locations. In 2012, she was promoted to Director of Operations, where she oversaw 20 pharmacy locations in three states. Hennessy held that role until 2017, when she was promoted to Regional Vice President, Western Division, overseeing seven regions and Director of Operations, managing over 140 pharmacy locations.
Prior to Genoa Healthcare, Hennessy worked as a Pharmacy Manager for Walgreens for six years.
She graduated from North Dakota State University College of Pharmacy, with a PharmD, in 2006.
Jason Kan, PharmD
Regional Vice President of Operations, Eastern Division
Jason Kan joined Genoa Healthcare in 2012 as Director of Operations overseeing more than 20 sites in the Northeast. In 2018, Kan was promoted to Regional Vice President of Operations, Eastern Division, overseeing 7 Directors of Operations, managing over 130 pharmacy locations.
Prior to joining Genoa Healthcare, Kan worked at Walmart as a Pharmacy Manager, Regional Talent Specialist and Professional Relations, and Market Health and Wellness Director.
Kan earned his PharmD from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Vice President, Telepsychiatry Operations
Mubeen Malik joined Genoa Healthcare in 2015. He is responsible for driving strategy and execution for the Telepsychiatry business unit’s operations, which includes the Implementation and Account Management teams. Additionally, Malik handles all legal matters and oversees the finance and accounting functions within the business unit.
Previously, Malik was co-founder and chief operating officer of 1DocWay, a venture-backed startup that used telepsychiatry to expand access to mental healthcare in underserved areas and give behavioral health providers more control over their careers. Malik and his team built the technology-enabled-services company from scratch, treating 25,000 patients before being acquired by Genoa Healthcare in November of 2015.
Prior to 1DocWay, Malik held positions in corporate development and investment banking. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University. In 2016, he was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 List as a social entrepreneur.
Vice President, Government Affairs
Dale Masten, former senior director of Government Affairs to vice president.
Dale Masten joined Genoa Healthcare in 2011 as director of Government Affairs, and was promoted to vice president in early 2018.
He leads government affairs strategy, which includes working with federal, state lawmakers and other government officials across the country advocating for mental health consumers, community mental health center and pharmacy-related policy issues.
Masten successfully implemented a grassroots advocacy program for Genoa Healthcare that enables employees of the organization to stay informed and weigh in with their lawmakers on key policy issues.
He was selected to serve on the National Association of Chain Drug Stores’ Policy Council.
Masten started his career more than 20 years ago, shortly after graduating from Ohio State University. He served as president and chief executive officer of two state retail associations, before becoming regional director for State Government Affairs for the National Association of Chain Drug Stores in 2002.
He is married with five children and lives in Blue Ash, Ohio.
Vice President Technology, Telepsychiatry
Danish Munir joined Genoa Healthcare in 2015. Danish is responsible for driving the strategy and execution for the Telepsychiatry Business Unit’s Product, Engineering & Marketing teams and positioning Telepsychiatry to become a larger player in the Behavioral health industry and within Genoa.
Previously, Danish was Co-Founder and CTO of 1DocWay, a New York City-based startup that used telepsychiatry to expand access to mental healthcare in underserved areas and to give behavioral health providers more control over their careers. Danish and his team built the technology-enabled-services company from scratch, treating 25,000 patients before being acquired by Genoa in November of 2015.
Prior to 1DocWay, Danish worked at Microsoft, on a transformational team that was charged with using data science and analytics to secure Microsoft’s customers and to improve Microsoft’s products by enhancing their resilience to digital threats. The team was one of the key investments by Microsoft that brought them out of the era of being dogged by security concerns. Danish led the anti-phishing and parental-control analytics areas of the business.
Prior to Genoa, Danish has over a period of 7 years consulted with a number of early stage startups in the healthcare, health-data and consumer space including Leo Health (pediatric full stack startup) among others to help them refine and develop and execute on product strategy. Danish also co-founded ComstarUSA, a software development house that enabled US startups to leverage off-shore engineers in an easy and affordable way.
Danish received dual-degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, including a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Computer Engineering. Danish grew up in Karachi, Pakistan and is an avid hiker.
Vice President, Sales
Christy Rosado joined Genoa Healthcare in 2010, and was promoted to Vice President, Sales, in 2014. In her role, Rosado’s responsible for driving pharmacy growth, both through new and existing pharmacies. Rosado has over 20 years of experience in the retail pharmacy industry, including training, recruiting, sales and management.
Rosado began her career in 1994 as store manager for CVS Pharmacy. From 1998 to 2010, she worked for Rite Aid Pharmacy, holding several positions including Training Store Manager, Regional Trainer, Front End Supervisor, Regional Pharmacy Recruiter, District Manager and Pharmacy District Manager. Prior to her departure from Rite Aid, she was responsible for pharmacy operations for 29 pharmacy locations, including management of customer and associate relations.
Rosado’s strong leadership skills have propelled her through a successful career, but it’s her passion for connecting with people and delivering on Genoa Healthcare’s mission that truly makes a lasting impact. Rosado’s expertise, clear objectives, and continual development of sales models and prescription volume projection, have resulted in unprecedented pharmacy growth for the organization.
Rosado graduated from Danville College in 1991, majoring in Marketing.
Vice President, Finance
Sue Sallee joined Genoa Healthcare in April 2016 as Vice President, Finance. Sallee is responsible for external reporting, technical accounting, tax and financial planning and analysis. Sallee was previously Vice President, Accounting and Finance at Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI), a specialty outdoor retailer and the nation’s largest consumer co-operative and had responsibility for accounting, treasury, tax, procurement, internal audit and financial planning and analysis.
Prior to REI, Sallee served in several roles at T-Mobile USA, with her last role being Vice President and Controller. Sallee also led the implementation of SOX 404 and provided leadership in the area of accounting policy and technical accounting matters. Prior to T-Mobile, Sallee worked at AT&T Wireless Services (AWS) in a variety of roles within the controller’s team, including external reporting, SEC compliance and accounting policy.
Sallee launched and ran a consulting service for several years before joining AWS, where she primarily served finance organizations in large public companies, and provided consulting support for a variety of technically complex and large projects. Sallee spent the first nine years of her career as an audit professional at Arthur Andersen, with clients in a variety of industries and with a focus on serving publicly-held companies.
Sallee is a CPA and is a graduate of Pacific Lutheran University with a Bachelor in Business Administration with a concentration in accounting. She has served as an instructor, guest speaker and panelist at a variety of forums hosted by professional associations and educational institutions. She is a member of Financial Executives International, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants and serves on a number of not-for-profit boards.
Vice President, Controller
Andy Voss joined Genoa Healthcare in 2017 as VP, Controller. Voss is responsible for the accounting and billing functions of the company.
Voss has a wealth of experience working with companies and finance teams at scale. Voss was previously the Corporate Controller at Savers, an international thrift retailer and recycler, where he led a 45 person accounting team responsible for global operational support. Prior to Savers, Voss spent several years at Microsoft, where he held variety of accounting and finance leadership positions. He started his career with the international accounting firm of KPMG, spending time in audit and transaction services groups. Voss has deep M&A and integration experience, having worked on multiple acquisitions at KPMG and Microsoft.
Throughout his career, Voss has a demonstrated track record of supporting strategic initiatives, implementing new processes, and building high performing teams.
Voss is a CPA and is a graduate of Northern Illinois University, with a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy.