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Board of Directors

Giving direction to our mission

  • John Boynton

    John has 25 years’ worth of experience as an entrepreneur and investor in early-stage technology companies, real estate transactions and other interesting companies. John operates out of Firehouse Capital, Inc. In addition to his investments and/or being a board member in several high growth companies, John also devotes a great deal of his time to non-profit work in his community and beyond.

    John attended Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in American History in June of 1988.

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  • Michael Trigilio Chief Executive Officer

    Mike was named Chief Executive Officer of HouseWorks in April 2021 with more than 25 years’ operating experience in the home care industry. A proven operations-focused leader with client and Caregiver well-being always top of mind, he brings a data-driven approach to home care. Previously, Mike served as CEO of Associated Home Care and grew it from three clients to more than 20,000, transforming it into one of the largest home care companies in Massachusetts prior to its sale in 2016. In 2016, Trigilio became President of the Personal Care division at Amedisys, overseeing the operations, acquisitions, and strategic direction of its Personal Care division from 2016-2020.

    Previously, Mike founded Health and Home Care Training Center, a caregiver training center in Massachusetts, and Elder Home Options, a residential housing model that kept seniors in their community and partnered with payors to stabilize clients’ housing, services and long term care management.

    Mike’s two decades of experience in concierge private home care, geriatric care management, Medicaid delivery at scale, and technology adaptation positions him to expand HouseWorks into a premier home-care, technology-driven company.  He is committed to advancing the role of private-pay home care to allow clients age in the comfort of their homes and continuing to develop world-class professional Caregivers.

    He is on the Board of Directors of CHAP, an independent, nonprofit accrediting body for home and community-based health care organizations.

    Mike earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Salem State University.

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    Andrea Cohen Founder

    Andrea has spent over 20 years as a social entrepreneur dedicated to transforming the way care is delivered to seniors at home. As HouseWorks Founder and former CEO, her vision crystalized when she took care of both her parents and made an unwavering commitment to redefine what it means to age. As its core purpose, HouseWorks returns a sense of control to adult children and their parents. This is how Andrea and her team built one of the largest, independent private home care companies in the country.

    A visionary leader, Andrea is committed to leveraging her business accomplishments to create a powerful force for bringing about social change. She sits on the Board of The Commonwealth Institute, the Schwartz Center Leadership Council, and the Caregiver Action Network—the nation’s leading caregiver organization – and serves as an appointee to the Massachusetts Women Forum.

    Andrea served as an at-large delegate to the White House Conference on Aging in 2005 and influenced national policies that impact all seniors and family caregivers. Always thinking out-of-the box, she is widely recognized for her innovation in senior care, recently being appointed to the Community Care Corp, a new, federal initiative that mobilizes volunteers to help older adults across the nation age in place.

    Andrea received her MSW of from Boston College and completed her Bachelor’s at Ithaca College in upstate New York.

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  • Richard A. Barasch

    Richard was Chairman and CEO of Universal American until its sale to WellCare Health Plans in April 2017. Universal American worked collaboratively with healthcare professionals, especially primary care physicians, to improve the health and well-being of Medicare beneficiaries and reduce unnecessary healthcare costs.

    Following the sale of Universal American, Richard formed RAB Ventures, a venture capital firm that invests in opportunities to improve the quality of healthcare, especially for seniors. RAB Ventures is an investor in HouseWorks. He is also President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors at DFB Healthcare Acquisitions and a Senior Advisor at Vestar Capital Partners, Inc.

    Richard is Chairman of Turnaround for Children, a member of the Board of Managers of Swarthmore College, and Chairman of The Friends of the Bronx Leadership Academy.

    Richard is a graduate of Swarthmore College (1976) and Columbia University Law School (1979) where he was an Editor of the Law Review.

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  • Gary Jacobs

    Gary is President of [email protected], an extension of the physician-led, team-based platform developed by VillageMD, a national provider of primary care. He has experience identifying new business opportunities, developing long-term growth strategies and strategic alliances, and implementing enterprise-wide initiatives for health plans and post-acute and long-term care providers.

    Prior to joining [email protected], Gary was the Managing Director of Circumference Consulting, a boutique consulting firm specializing in helping post-acute and long-term care providers succeed in the value-based payment world and assisting payers to initiate value-base payment models. Gary also served as Executive Vice President for strategic relationships for CareCentrix and was a Managing Director in the Heath Industries Advisory Practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), leading the National Government Programs practice.

    Gary earned his bachelor’s from Boston College and a Master’s in Public Administration from American University. He is a board member for National Hispanic Council on Aging and the Visiting Nurse Association.

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  • Jennifer Levin Carter, MD, MPH, MBA

    Jennifer is Head of Precision Health at Integral Health. She is a healthcare entrepreneur and executive with particular expertise in precision medicine, digital health and AI. Jennifer has a passion for finding solutions to improve patient care with deep expertise in creation of systems and platforms supporting clinical access to improved diagnostics and therapeutics. She was Founder, President and Chief Medical Officer of N-of-One acquired by Qiagen (MKT Cap $8B); and Founder and CEO of “TZ” acquired by Integral Health, a Flagship Pioneering company.

    Jennifer is on the Board of Directors at Target Cancer Foundation. She is a Founding Strategic Board member of XSphera Biosciences, Inc., and on the Director’s Advisory Board at Smilow Cancer Center at Yale University. Jennifer graduated Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude with a BS in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry from Yale University, an MD from Harvard Medical School, an MPH from Harvard School of Public Health and an MBA from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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