The TrekIT leadership team is constantly working to unlock a better system for all - clinicians, healthcare organizations and patients.
Subha Airan-Javia, MD
As a hospitalist with Penn Medicine, Subha recognized the daily challenges clinicians faced due to inefficient workflows and poorly designed technology. Knowing there was a better way, Subha and her team created Carelign, a digital handoff solution. After Carelign revolutionized the handoff process at Penn, Subha knew the platform could bring the same value to other institutions – which is how TrekIT Health came to be. Subha now spends her days working with various clinicians and healthcare administrations to bring TrekIT to the wider market. As the Founder and CEO of TrekIT, Subha brings over a decade of research on the intersection of technology and clinical workflows, as well as experience as an Associate CMIO at Penn Medicine.
Rick is a seasoned operator, investor and entrepreneur with extensive experience in the healthtech space. Prior to joining TrekIT, Rick was an SVP at Qualcomm where he held several senior executive roles including founding and serving as the President of Qualcomm Life, Inc. Prior to Qualcomm, Rick founded ProfitLine, Inc., a telecommunications service management company, and served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman. Rick was an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2003 and has served on numerous non-profit boards.
Jim Gunton has invested in privately held growth technology companies for more than 25 years. He is a co-founder of the early stage venture funds Tech Council Ventures I and II, with $130 million assets under management. Tech Council Ventures targets tech-centric growth companies across all industries headquartered in the Mid-Atlantic region. Previously Jim was a principal at Edison Partners and a manager at Oracle Corporation in the Silicon Valley. He also served as a Governor of the National Association of Small Business Investment Companies.
Joel Kahn, MD
VP of Business Development & Chief Privacy Officer
As a physician involved in the business world, Joel has worked with multiple companies involved with different aspects of healthcare. From Insurers to international consulting, tech startups and digital therapeutics he has always tried to bring the latest tools and technology to consumer and professionals in a way that improves their work or enriches their life. At eMindful he helped developed mindfulness programs to help physician deal with the effects of burnout and TrekIT continues that trajectory by focusing on tools that prevent burnout and give time back to clinicians’ overtaxed life.
VP of Engineering
Keith is a passionate technologist and leader with over 20 years of software development experience working with startups, mid-sized and large companies. With an entrepreneurial spirit ideal for growing startups, he is driven to solve complex problems which often require building, managing, and coaching new and existing development teams to meet high performance standards and output. Keith has served in roles ranging from software developer to senior technology leadership such as VP of Engineering and Chief Technology Officer. He believes broadening the reach of TrekIT will continue to modernize institutions and better the healthcare industry as a whole. Keith holds an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering from Georgia Tech and an MBA from Columbia Business School
Director of Operations & Marketing
As a marketing professional with over 10 years of experience in SaaS Tech companies, Meghan joined the team with a mission to help get TrekIT into the hands of as many clinicians as possible. Familiar with the challenges faced by the healthcare industry from the patient perspective, she brings a healthcare consumer point of view and a background in tech marketing to the team. Meghan is a proud Temple University alum with a bachelors degree in International Marketing & Management Information Systems.