Danish is a physician and caregiver for his father. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. Since the beginning of his ENT residency at Washington University in St Louis, he has served in advisory roles for Doximity, Inventr, and Enterprise Bank & Trust. Prior to founding Rezilient, Danish founded Schoology, the first social learning platform, which now has over 20 million users in 130 countries.
Jeff is a graduate of Duke University and Washington University in St Louis, where he leveraged biological neural networks, machine learning, and signal processing to investigate new interventions for functional disabilities. Prior to founding Rezilient, Jeff founded SnapPEAS, an AI-based mobile app for healthy meal planning, and has consulted for startups, accelerators, and early-stage technology investors.
Leo is a graduate of Stanford University and SLU School of Medicine. For more than ten years, he has been a noteworthy physician leader in Missouri and Illinois, including as EMS medical director of Alton Memorial, Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital, and regional medical director at Ameriteam Services. Board certified and a Fellow of both the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Academy of Emergency Medical Services, Leo is dedicated to improving patient outcomes through evidence-based, patient-centric practice across healthcare.
Benjamin is a seasoned leader with a diverse career spanning the healthcare industry. Prior to joining Rezilient, he served as the Chief Actuary at Babylon, where he built, scaled, and led the Actuarial Services, VBC Finance, and Healthcare Economics functions. He has consulted for other healthcare technology startups, and formerly held senior actuarial roles at Centene and Willis Towers Watson. As an Associate of the Society of Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries, and with an MBA from the Washington University of St. Louis, Benjamin is dedicated to using his unique expertise to innovate in the evolving healthcare landscape.