Rachel Dew, DNM
Co-founder & CEO
Dr. Rachel Eva Dew, co-founder and CEO of ModiHealth, is a double-board certified Doctor of Natural and Integrative Medicine. She is additionally certified in more than 20 healing modalities that support her integrative approach to whole person health and well-being and before co-founding ModiHealth, was in clinical practice for over 20 years.
Dr. Rachel Eva Dew is an international speaker, published author, and leader in integrative wellness. Over the years, she has supported hundreds of patients through her private practice over the years, and thousands more through her books and conference appearances. She has specialized in treating all types of conditions and illnesses as well as has had a strong focus on preventative care. Dr. Rachel Eva Dew believes in treating the whole person; mind, body, heart & spirit in order to help her patients achieve optimal health and wellbeing.
It is her passion for whole person care, optimizing health and empowering wellbeing that led her to partner with Randall Wright, MD. To build the ModiHealth platform. She is passionate about increasing accessibility to quality care and is committed to stewarding ModiHealth to change the face of healthcare and wellbeing. She is a firm believer in creating ecological and conscious business that is good for the company, the practitioners and the patients.
Randall Wright, MD
& Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Wright’s has served as Medical Director of the Conroe Regional Neurovascular Program where he oversaw all operations for the development, implementation, and maintenance of the hospital’s inaugural stroke program. This included the construction and staffing of a 22-bed inpatient hospital unit dedicated to neurological patients. He also served as Chairman of Neurology for the Hospital and directed all neurological care for the department. He was then recruited to join the Mischer Neurological Institute where he served as an attending physician for the Department of Neurosurgery / Neurology. He also was selected to serve on the Memorial Herman Physician Steering committee for the entire Memorial Hermann Hospital System. There he worked with Hospital staff to draft policies that affected patient care at a system level. Dr. Wright then joined the Methodist Hospital System and became Director of the Brain Wellness and Sleep Medicine Program as well as serving on the hospital’s Medical Executive Committee. As Director, Dr. Wright responsibilities included managing the clinical performance of the physicians in his group, creating departmental budgets, fundraising for the development of new programs, and setting the vision for the future of neurological care at his hospital.
Dr. Wright’s community leadership is evident in his involvement with the American Heart Association (AHA). In 2011, he was asked to serve as Chairman of the Stroke Committee for the American Heart Association’s South Western affiliate. In this role, Dr. Wright leads the fight against stroke across 6 states, buy setting the AHA priorities regarding stroke care for hospitals, stroke legislation, and developing protocols for the stroke chain of survival in those states. Prior to his national involvement with the AHA, he served 3 terms as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Montgomery County chapter of the American Heart Association. His role there was to guide fundraising efforts and awareness campaigns for heart disease and stroke. In addition to his local involvement, Dr. Wright also sat on the Texas State Advocacy Committee, where he helped to guide public policy in the state of Texas that regarded to cardiovascular disease. Regionally, Dr. Wright served as chair of the South Western Affiliate of the American Heart Association. There he directed official AHA policy recommendations for the treatment of stroke in the states of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. And nationally, he worked with Washington D.C. Affiliates of the AHA to serve as a voice to our U.S. Congress members regarding healthy policy. Dr. Wright often traveled to the Texas and U.S. State Capitals to speak to state and national elected officials about issues that affect patients with heart disease and stroke. Dr. Wright has stood on the floor of the Texas House of Representatives to receive Honors on behalf of the American Heart Association. Nationally, Dr. Wright also served on the National American Heart Association Stroke Advisory Committee and the Diversity Leadership Committee.
In 2011, Dr. Wright published his first book, The Wright Choice: Your Family Prescription for Healthy Eating, Modern Fitness & Saving Money. Bringing highly technical and forward-thinking medical research into an accessible form for the masses, The Wright Choice is the modern family’s one-stop-shop for achieving overall health in a busy, fast-paced world. Dr. Wright’s second book, which is in production now and scheduled to be released in June/July of 2021 is an academic work and the first Textbook to market in its field. It is entitled “TeleNeurology: A Complete Guide to Implementing Telemedicine and Telebehavioral Health into your Practice” and is published by the world-renowned medical publishing company Elsevier. In addition to being author of these two books, he has also been contributing author for “Neurology Secretes” 3rd, 4th and 5th editions, Chapters on Radiculopathies and Myelopathies. He also is a Contributing Author for “Neurologic Differential Diagnosis: A Case-Based Approach. Ettinger & Weisbrot. He also works constantly with local and national news outlets to share medical information in a manner that is digestible to the general public. His writings and interviews have been featured internationally in outlets in Central America, in the Huffington Post UK (Huff Post), the US based HealthDay, Reader’s digest, MSN.com, U.S. News & World Report, WebMD, Daily Mail Online, and more than 20 other media outlets, including The TV Show “The Doctors”.
Don’s passion for fitness started in high school as a four-year letterman in wrestling where strength programs and nutrition plans were a necessary tool in order to learn. Don passion for entrepreneurship and fitness came together in 1994 when one of the Hoskyns & Associates clients contracted his firm to create an interactive kiosk technology; one of the firm’s specialties. The kiosk was a touch screen monitor with the ability for a gym member to put in a private code and get a customized nutrition or workout plan. A year and a half later Don purchased that technology.
In 2002 the touch screen kiosk technology was converted over to the Internet by Don’s design firm Hoskyns & Associates, Inc. As the Internet took off Hoskyns & Associates captured the attention of Gold’s Gym International where users could generate custom programming. Gold’s success was significant; growing the website traffic from 200,000 members per month to over 8,000,000 visits per month, with an average view rate of 13.7 pages (unheard of at that time in internet sites). In addition to Gold’s Gym International, the firm also managed World Gym International and Powerhouse Gym International sites.
Unfortunately, when Gold’s gym was purchased by Omni hotel group they brought the website programming in-house because they didn’t like the fact that there top competitors had a similar platform. World Gym and Powerhouse gym lost their place in the market.
The loss of major clients didn’t deter Don from persevering, and he rebuilt the platform to have extensive customization, programming, content and white label capability. The result is no two customers are alike unless they didn’t opt to adjust the extensive amount of content added at the corporate level.
Don’s extensive expertise building wellness platforms led to being contracted by two large prominent wellness companies to develop their platforms: Athletes Performance now known as EXOS and Apex Fitness that was purchased by 24-Hour Fitness.
Don’s ModiHealth platform has continued to advance; eventually including bloodwork, genetic testing, and connectivity to wearable devices. These advancements allowed expansion of the platform into both medical and corporate wellness vertical markets. The key goal was to make the platform modifiable, unique to each client, and most of all capture data that was not just data but “Actionable Data” and providing a “Path to Wellbeing.”
Corporate Wellness Rep
& Network Sales
Corporate Wellness Rep
& Network Sales
Corporate Wellness Rep
& Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
& Project Manager
Jimmy Lee is currently a Game Lead at Supercell, the Helsinki-based mobile games developer behind Clash of Clans, Hay Day, Boom Beach, Clash Royale and Brawl Stars. Since its founding in 2010, Supercell’s five games have amassed 100m daily players and remain in the global top 10 years after launch.
Before moving to Helsinki to develop and launch new titles, Jimmy oversaw the global media and marketing analytics team out of the San Francisco office. During his time there, he profitably spent over $500m in marketing, helping each of Supercell’s first four titles surpass over $1b in revenue. Jimmy also helped buy one of the most-watched Super Bowl ads of all time (Liam Neeson – Clash of Clans) and partnered closely with Facebook and Google to introduce several new ad products and formats.
Prior to joining Supercell in 2013, Jimmy served as the head of growth and monetization for Skout, a mobile network and social platform for connecting with new people. During his time at Skout, he managed the P&L and oversaw all marketing and publishing efforts.
Before Skout, Jimmy held senior roles at Booyah and PayPal, focused on user growth, monetization, and strategy. He earned his MBA from Yale and completed his undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley. Jimmy resides in Helsinki, Finland with his wife and three children.
Dr. Walid Adham is a neuroradiologist in Houston, Texas and Practice President of the largest single radiology group in Houston. He was born in North Carolina, raised in Kuwait and Dallas, and attended The University of Texas at Austin, where he earned a degree in Psychology. He attended UT Houston Medical School and received Radiology training at UT Houston, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Baylor College of Medicine.
Dr. Adham helped take his group of 11 radiologists through mergers, growth and expansion to 105 radiologists covering multiple states. He sold the practice in 2017 to a publicly traded physician services organization and again more recently to a private equity-backed and physician-owned practice. He continues to serve as its President and chair of the clinical governance board. He married his college sweetheart who attended Rice University and has a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Genetics. Together they have three children, aged 15, 13, and 11 and they all attend the Kinkaid School. When not running his radiology practice and interpreting images for patients, Dr. Adham enjoys golf, tennis, pickleball, biking, yoga, and time with family.
Maryland, College Park, MD. Joel began his career starting up an upscale retail clothing enterprise with five locations in the Washington, D.C. metro area and overseeing sales, marketing, advertising and promotions, merchandising, product development, purchasing, store operations, finance, logistics, and human resources. Joel developed real estate selection strategies and acquired prime retail locations, created a unique merchandising mix, décor, and distinctive product offerings and merchandise to gain recognition as a quality brand.
He then transitioned into founding Candy Express Franchising, Inc. where he was responsible for launching retail operations for over 25 stores, developing a franchise system that generated over $20 million in sales, and managing real estate acquisitions and site selection, merchandising, sales, marketing, advertising, promotions, and product development. For his work there, Candy Express was recognized as the Fourth Best Franchiser in the U.S. by Success Magazine, received the Retail Design and Concept Award by Airport Retail News Magazine, and Joel was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Merrill Lynch, Inc Magazine, and Ernst & Young.
Joel’s passion for start-ups and new ventures then led him to found SHOWTOGO, RED BOX that was a provider of an automated DVD kiosk that rents movies in grocery stores and bookstores Nationwide. Joel was responsible for launching operations, managing marketing, advertising, and promotions, and propelling national sales growth, spearheaded concept development, national rollout that led to eventual sale to McDonald’s Corporation, logistics for kiosk shipments, deliveries and installations, trained and managed service technicians on all software and hardware, led site selection strategies for cluster markets and trained support staff in each market to prepare for national rollout and negotiated contracts to get kiosks placed in 3,400 Albertson’s locations and Barnes & Noble stores.
Joel then expanded as his passion led him towards health and wellness within the following start-up companies; The LaserTouchOne which is FDA approved (Rx & OTC), patented in both design and medical use, and is effective on acute post traumatic and post-surgical pain, as well as any chronic intractable pain of the musculoskeletal region, followed by acting as the CEO-cofounder of LABCONNECT, Seattle, WA, a centralized laboratory that provides global bioanalytical, safety, genotyping, and bio storage services for the biopharmaceutical industry.
Joel was responsible for planning strategic business objectives and also implementing systems and processes to monitor and report on performance against agreed Key Performance Indicators across all the business sectors. His duties include: Responsible for driving the growth of revenue and profit margins. Responsible for all contracts and lease agreements with key stakeholders & clients. Interpreting financial data and drawing conclusions. Analyzing operating costs and efficiency. Identify skills gaps and devise hiring strategies. Winning business from key target clients. Implementing systems that reward good staff performance & competence. Liaising with key strategic suppliers and customers to define KPI’s. Reviewing and monitoring all budget expenditure. Motivating & providing strong leadership to all departments. Developing the company’s commercial processes including account management and marketing. Obtained initial financing for the company.
Joel had overall P&L responsibility and set strategic direction for the company. Joel set the direction and managed the operations of the company. He developed proprietary information systems to ensure integrity and accuracy of clinical trial data, constructed proprietary reporting technology that enabled secure, timely delivery of electronic lab reports and instant access to data analysis and trending tools.