Today, we’re excited to introduce our four summer interns at 25m Health, who are working with our team in Nashville and New York City. This program has yielded two of our full-time team members, Merrill Anovick and Rebekah Foster. Our talented group of interns is already working closely on our incubations and portfolio companies, gaining exposure to seed-stage investing, and generating and evaluating new incubation concepts.
Meghana Bansal is an MBA candidate at Harvard Business School. With a strong background in healthcare investments and operational analysis, Meghana brings valuable expertise to our team. Her experience as an Associate at TPG Growth, where she assessed potential investments and partnered with portfolio company teams, demonstrates her ability to drive strategic outcomes. Meghana's contributions in evaluating the payer and employer services sectors and her successful involvement in the acquisition and sale of her portfolio company highlight her industry knowledge and deal execution capabilities.
Supriya Makam is an MD student at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. With a BA in Neuroscience and Behavior from Columbia University, Supriya brings a strong academic background and a deep understanding of healthcare. As a Clinical Analyst at Ophelia Health, Supriya played a pivotal role in developing telehealth protocols and coordinating patient care. She also has an extensive health research background.
Walt is currently an MBA candidate at Stanford University Graduate School of Business and has a BS in Public Health from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Walt Winslow brings a unique combination of expertise to our team. Previously, Walt worked in strategic operations at Stellar Health. Joining after their Series A fundraise, Walt focused on customer success and total cost of care strategy and demonstrated his ability to drive meaningful value-based outcomes alongside a healthcare technology platform. Additionally, Walt spent several years at McKinsey and Company, first as a Senior Business Analyst and then as a Fellow in their Center for US Health System Reform, showcasing his deep understanding of strategy and regulatory implications across healthcare subsectors.
Mae Mae Wallace
Mae Mae Wallace is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree at Duke University, with a major in Public Policy and Global Health and a certificate Innovation and Entrepreneurship. She brings a strong academic foundation in data science, policy analysis, and the healthcare system. Her diverse experiences include interning at Solar Ear, where she developed new testing and distribution networks to address hearing loss in low-income countries, and serving as a policy fellow at The Alliance for Health Policy, contributing to research and briefings on relevant public health topics. Mae Mae's dedication to education and community is evident through her volunteer work at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital.