INHERET, Names Kelly Hall, MBA, as its new CEO

Posted by INHERET PR on Oct 27, 2021
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Hall has over 20 years of experience in the cancer and hereditary disease spaces. She has worked as the Clinical Program Vice President at Moffitt Cancer Center, where she led program growth initiatives around screening, outreach, and high-risk clinics. In addition, Kelly has served as Senior Vice President of Strategic Alliances and Business Development at the Nevada Cancer Institute, the Vice President of Business Development at InformedDNA, and most recently, the Vice President of Commercial Strategy for CancerIQ.

Kelly earned her MBA from George Washington University. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Information Systems from Southern New Hampshire University.

“Kelly brings a wealth of experience in applying technology to improve access to preventative screening and care,” said David Keren, MD, Founder, and former CEO of INHERET. “Her deep understanding of clinical operations, diagnostic testing, and patient engagement will be invaluable as INHERET continues to accelerate partnerships across the healthcare ecosystem.”

“INHERET offers a missing piece to the Precision Health equation. Its robust, scientifically validated algorithms go beyond breast, ovarian and colon cancer risk and address even rare syndromes. Decision support is offered to providers in the genetic testing process taking the uncertainty out of test selection. For patients, INHERET improves engagement and allows the ability to share detailed information with family members. I’m excited to be a part of this mission and team,” said Hall.

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