Our focus is always on the end goal—building a better healthcare system—and we believe working together effectively determines the value of the products we deliver. The strength of our team (and our products) is built on trust, collective support, productive debate, honest feedback, and mutual respect. Treating people right is fundamental to how we do business. Good collaborators are conscientious, thoughtful, kind, and supportive. Together we create products better than the sum of their individual parts.
We’re devoted to working on projects that make a difference in the world but not by sacrificing our lives outside of the office to do so. At Onehot Labs, we believe it is important to never empty the well of our passion and inspiration, and so we insist on taking our recreation as seriously as we do our creation. Balance is necessary to maximize creativity.
Onehot Labs honors self-direction, initiative, dedication to the problem, and trust over control. We believe in the power of small, unencumbered teams filled with excellent colleagues, a clear purpose, and well understood deliverables is the greatest perk. The only to-do lists we have are the ones we write ourselves. We’ve learned that alignment enables autonomy, so we focus on common goals that free us from oversight and empower us to create our best work and have an outsized impact.
As inventors, our goal is to rapidly iterate through as many paths in the idea maze as possible and build our subject matter expertise at every turn. We believe in lifetime learning and inquiry over advocacy, providing the trust and support to help us explore our craziest experiments. Our best ideas are yet to come.
Andrew has previously worked in the defense industry and as a freelancer. While obtaining a graduate degree from Georgia Tech, he combined his love of travel and rock climbing by living out of his car, dividing his time among Texas, Colorado, Utah, Virginia, and South Africa. In his free time, he still enjoys climbing (especially bouldering), and he plays the bass guitar.
Andrew believes in work-life balance, lifetime learning, autonomy, and teamwork.
Ryan, who graduated from Cornell University, was a bond trader before he found his true vocation as a software engineer. An avid runner and a serious ping-pong player, he once was crazy enough to swim from Alcatraz to the San Francisco coast without a wetsuit. He’s lived in New York City, Boulder, San Francisco, and Winston-Salem, and he can make a great rack of ribs.
Ryan believes in teamwork, integrity, and respect.
Scott studied math and finance at the University of Virginia. He started his career in finance, working at a bank and a hedge fund before moving into the healthcare industry, where he’s had various strategy and investing roles. For fun, he occasionally sneaks out of the office for lunchtime hockey at Chelsea Piers or spends his weekend on long cycling rides.
Scott believes in being a team player, building trust, humility, and curiosity.
Between college at the University of Virginia and graduate school at Columbia University, Jimmy lived in a remote South African village constructing a water filtration system out of locally sourced materials. He has built predictive models for a wide range of industries while at IBM and Google and even swung a moonlighting project with the Baltimore Orioles. A successful year for him involves at least twenty rounds of golf, twenty days skiing, and one triathlon.
Jimmy believes in empathy, living in the present, leveling up, and radical candor.
Andy is a programmer by day and also by night as he spends his evenings earning his Master’s in Data Science. He’s on a mission to tech-ify the field of health care. He plays Ping Pong, Racquetball, Badminton, and any racket-based sports. A couple of his favorite pastimes are eating seafood, doing whatever Yelp says is fun while traveling, and automating repetitive tasks to gain more free time. Andy believes in doing meaningful, impactful work and in striving ceaselessly for innovation.
Nan followed her passion in robotics and obtained a bachelors in mechanical engineering, followed by two masters degrees in electrical engineering and computer science from Cornell University. Named one of the top 50 female full stack engineers in NYC, Nan co-founded a digital health startup and built a SaaS platform that empowers anyone to publish mobile apps instantly. In her free time, Nan loves traveling and her most memorable trips were to Turkey, Tanzania, and Iceland. She’s also a big sci-fi fan, and will watch Star Trek over Star Wars any day.
Nan believes in teamwork, curiosity, and making meaningful contributions to society.