Ivelyse Andino founded Radical Health with the desire to leverage the innate connections within underserved communities and innovative partnerships with community based organizations to address health disparities. Ivelyse is a Puerto Rican community organizer & digital health strategist born and raised in the Bronx. She combines a meteoric rise in corporate health care with a relentless passion for community health to bring health technology into underserved neighborhoods. She attended CUNY Lehman College and began her career in marketing for large biotech companies such as Genentech and Pfizer. In 2011, she entered the digital/mobile health area. She brought the first mobile app-prescribing platform to market with Happtique at GYNHA & AppScript at IMS Health. She has worked with healthcare organizations such as Kaiser Permanente, University of California San Francisco (USCF), Carolinas Health System & NHS London. In 2014, she founded Radical Health to leverage the innate connections within underserved communities to address health disparities. She is a founding member of South Bronx Unite & the Mott Haven Land Trust, initiatives dedicated to environmental justice for the South Bronx.