Kaplan Institute Presents a Virtual “The Disruptors” Women Speakers Series: Conversation with Carla Robinson, CEO and Co-Founder of Canary Telehealth

Join us in conversations with Chicago’s female leaders in technology and innovation to celebrate March’s Women’s History Month.

Carla Robinson leads Canary Telehealth, a telehealth services company working with payers and providers to improve access to care for underserved populations, to help close gaps in care, and to reduce health care disparities. Her firm provides works extensively in population health and chronic condition management, providing services such as diabetic retinopathy screening, remote monitoring, digital self-management training, electronically structured behavioral health assessments, and health risk screening. An ex-McKinsey & Company consultant, prior to forming Canary Telehealth, she worked in management consulting for 16 years with various firms serving some of the world’s largest organizations. She has worked extensively with health care clients in areas such as medical devices, wellness, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and nanobiotechnology. Robinson received a Bachelor of Business Administration with honors from Howard University and a Master of Business Administration from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Virtual Event Info (registration required)
Wednesday, March 10 at 12 p.m. CST
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In partnership with World Business Chicago’s ThinkChicago program and Women in Bio’s 3.8 Initiative, the Women Disruptors Series at Illinois Tech’s Ed Kaplan Family Institute for Innovation and Tech Entrepreneurship celebrates women leaders in Chicago’s tech and innovation ecosystem.