Each and every one of the Senscio team represents the spirit of our company, committed, collaborative and acutely aware that meeting the needs of people with complex health requires compassion is all we do.
Chief Technology Officer
Keiron is a data scientist with a passion for social entrepreneurship. He received his B.S. in physics from Allegheny College and his M.S. in machine learning from Columbia University. At Senscio Systems, Keiron leverages Scio and Warbler to learn the habits, identify the care gaps, and predict the adverse health events of Ibis users.
Keiron's other research includes the algorithmic detection of lies from acoustic data and the effects of temperature on the magnetic behavior of inorganic compounds.
In his free time, Keiron can be found riding his bike, reading a book or grabbing a drink with friends.
VP, Director of Member Services
Ami O’Grady is a registered nurse with Senscio Systems, working “behind the scenes” to review and analyze Remote Physiological Monitoring (RPM) data for the Ibis Program. Ami collaborates with Ibis Member Advocates and Chronic Care Specialists to assure the health of our members remains well managed.
Ami is a graduate of Rivier University’s nursing program and has dedicated nearly 20 years to the healthcare industry. She has worked with seniors in a variety of settings as a clinical nurse, reimbursement nurse, case manager and Director of Nursing Services. From inpatient settings to community care, Ami takes pride in diligently working to promote the Aging in Place model and brings strong clinical skills and a drive for quality to Senscio Systems.
Ami is a proud recipient of the 2019 100 Top Healthcare Leaders Award, given in recognition for her contributions to healthcare. Ami has also been recognized by the LinkedIn community activation team as a Leader of Nursing for being a thought innovator and mentor to other nurses. Ami is a member of SONSIEL (Society of Nurse Scientist Innovators Entrepreneurs and Leaders) which promotes nurses as transformation agents who contribute to healthcare reform.
Ami is also an avid volunteer within her community. She is on the board of the Chelmsford (MA) Council on Aging, chairs her town’s transportation committee, and is a member of the Age Friendly Committee. In her free time, Ami enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She can also be found going for a long run, gardening and restoring furniture.
Director of Account Management
Brenton is a graduate of Allegheny College where he received a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Middle East and North African Studies. He joined Senscio Systems because he believes a move from episodic to continuous care for elderly with complex health needs is one of the many necessary culture shifts in America.
His passion for social justice issues worldwide led to him spending five months in Jordan where he studied Arabic, Jordanian culture, and customs. Brenton works with college campuses and local churches to give presentations based on his experiences that humanize the Arab world to challenge rising Islamophobia in the United States.
Brenton’s empathy for others is embedded in his work at Senscio. He provides a necessary human touch behind Senscio’s artificial intelligence solutions.
Outside of work, Brenton can be found investigating a new interest or outside enjoying nature, preferably with family and friends.
Director of Enrollment Services
Martha Livingston is the Director of Enrollment Services for Ibis Health. Martha calls prospective members when they express interest in learning about the program and she loves to spread the good news about how Ibis can help them stay independent and healthy at home. She answers questions and provides all the information they need to get started. Her passion is for interaction and customer service. She strives to listen carefully and respond with kindness and compassion to each person she encounters.
Martha graduated from Williams College with a degree in English and American Studies. Prior to joining Senscio Systems, she worked as a writer and editor and had an extensive career in the talent acquisition and recruitment industry. Martha launched an upholstery business but quickly discovered that she preferred to keep that activity as her hobby rather than her vocation.
Martha lives in a cabin in the woods of rural Maine with her dog Pepper. She has played ice hockey for decades and enjoys skiing on water in the summer and on snow in the winter.
VP Strategic Growth
Grady serves as Senscio’s VP for Strategic Growth, responsible for creating new relationships with business partners and expanding into new geographies. Grady has experience as a growth strategist, marketer and product manager, and has spent his career working with payer and provider organizations on value-based care initiatives. Grady previously worked at Harvard University where he led the development of executive education programs for health care industry leaders, and has written or contributed to a number of teaching case studies on entrepreneurial healthcare companies.
Grady lives in the Boston area and spends his free time cooking for family and friends, reading non-fiction, playing in a “Dad band” and tinkering with guitars and amplifiers.
Chief Software Architect
Nick Murray is Senscio Systems Chief Software Engineer and Architect. He was a Quantitative Analyst with the RAND Corp specialized in data digitization quality and management for 10 years. Nick has 20 years of private sector experience with technology start-ups. He has a Business Arts certification from UCLA and was active in the music industry.
While at RAND Nick integrated technology with Health Policy development for developing-country governments as a consultant with USAID, the World Bank and WHO. He managed technology transfer and training programs for NORC/Univ of Chicago; evaluation and training programs for the World Bank, the Vietnamese Govt Statistical Office and Helen Keller International; data collection and analysis for the ICDDB (Longitudinal Bangladesh Matlab Health and Socio-economic Survey) and INCAP (Guatemala EGSF Family Health Survey) for the University of Michigan. He worked extensively with the Indonesian Ministry of Health.
Nick practiced before the IRS as an Enrolled Agent representing over 300 clients under audit and 30 cases before the Federal Tax Courts over 3 years. He developed, managed, produced, licensed and toured musical groups in North America, the UK and Europe over 15 years.
He is a contributing author to "Health Care Resource Needs And Mobilization in KalTim and NTB" for RAND Corporation, WD-6281-1-MOH and a published article on "The growth and effects of hospital selective contracting", Health Care Manage Rev, 1990. He is a native English speaker with halting Spanish, beginning navigational Bahasa Indonesian and very limited Thai and Vietnamese language skills. Nick met his wife in Los Angeles, they raised their family in Santa Monica and now reside in Portland Maine where they raise bees and are very actively engaged with the local Portland and down east Maine communities.
Practice Partner Manager
Shelby Monroe is a Program Navigator at Ibis. She reaches out to new members to collect information and answer questions about the program. Shelby also requests records so Ibis Member Advocates and Chronic Care Specialists are properly equipped to assist in the care of each Ibis member.
Shelby received a degree in English from University of Colorado, an MFA from University of Montana in Creative Writing, and an MSIS from SUNY Albany in Library Science. She spent many years as a librarian but happily made the move to Ibis because she strongly believes in the practice of supporting people by providing better healthcare at home.
Shelby lives with her children and dogs and cats in Maine. She loves animals and the outdoors and will probably have adopted another dog or cat by the time you are reading this.
Grace Ellrodt is a Member Advocate at Ibis. She looks forward to each call with her members, and views her interactions not only as dialogues on health goals but also lessons in history, hardship, grit and gratitude. She is humbled to share triumphs and trials with members who are working to improve their quality of life and the strength of their support systems.
After growing up in a small town in Massachusetts, Grace graduated from Bates College with a BA in Environmental Studies, where she focused on the relationship between physical environment and public health. Her thesis project documenting older adults’ stories of how loneliness and connection impact their health led her to Ibis' doorstep. She is thrilled the door swung open to meaningful work and an exceptional team.
Grace lives with her partner in Somerville (MA), where the two of them can be found biking aimlessly just before sunset, and dreaming of rescuing a dog.
Ann Whitney is both a Care Navigator and Member Advocate with the Ibis Program. In her dual role, she not only sets up program plans for new members but also provides customer support to existing members so that they can remain healthy and independent at home for as long as possible.
Ann came to Senscio with 30 years of experience as a primary grade teacher in the Weston (MA) public schools. She is excited to be learning new skills at Senscio while continuing to pursue her passion of making a difference in the lives of others. Ann received a BA in Psychology from Harvard University and a Masters of Elementary Education from the Bank Street College of Education in New York. Through her many years of teaching, Ann has worked with hundreds of young children and their families, and made it a priority to see each child as an individual with unique needs and aspirations. She brings this same passion to her work with adults through the Ibis Program at Senscio.
Ann’s interests outside of work include organic vegetable gardening, downhill skiing, hiking, rowing on the Charles River, and spending time with her family in Franconia, NH as well as Long Lake in the Adirondacks. She and her husband Rick currently divide their time between Franconia and Harvard MA. They have one son, Erik, and a demanding Vizsla.
Jodi Hawthorne is a Member Advocate, providing support to our Ibis Program members who are on their journey to stay healthy as they monitor their health from home. She is grateful for the opportunity to make a positive impact on her members day to day needs, providing them with the peace of mind in their pursuit of aging in place. She has had a lifelong desire for helping others in need, graduating from Fitchburg State College with a degree in Psychology.
Prior to joining Senscio, she worked with the Information Technology department within a local Massachusetts school district, before joining the United States Department of Transportation, in the Transportation Planning Division.
Jodi has enjoyed volunteering for the Special Olympics and The National Brain Tumor Society.
In her spare time Jodi enjoys spending time with her family. She and her husband Patrick have two children, and two dogs keeping them busy. When she is not bringing her kids to their various activities, Jodi enjoys walking, kayaking, hiking, and several nights a week she can be found attending boxing classes.
Social Health Advocate
Kristen is a Social Health Advocate with Senscio Systems, working with members and Member Advocates to maintain the mental, emotional, and physical health of all Ibis members.
Kristen has a BA in Psychology from Georgetown University and a Masters of Social Work from Boston University. Because of her experience in hospice care for over a decade, she understands the difficulties members face managing one’s own health and navigating the complexities of the healthcare system. She values the Senscio Systems approach of treating the person as a whole, enabling individuals to remain healthy and independent for as long as possible. Kristen feels it is a privilege that members open up and share their stories and themselves with her.
Her greatest achievement is being a mom to two awesome kids. She is lucky to have family and close friends in her life to visit on her many traveling adventures.
Lynn McNamee is on your Ibis Health support team as a Member Advocate. She has both a Graphic Design and Culinary Arts degree, with years of experience in both fields. She draws upon this experience, clear and impactful communication and a passion for celebrating life’s achievements, to assist you in your goals of a healthy, independent life.
She moved from Massachusetts to be closer to her son in Michigan, and spends her free time fixing up her 1910 home and exploring her new state. Lynn can be reached at (207) 401-2300 ext. 7
Elyse Callahan joined Senscio as a Member Advocate in October, 2022. As a Board Certified Health Coach (NBC-HWC) and Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Mindfulness Instructor, she has over 10 years of experience teaching in studio’s, gyms, hospitals, and corporate settings to groups and individuals on their healing journey. In addition, she is a Reiki Master teacher and volunteer public speaker for The Safe Schools Anti Bullying Program for the MA Dept. of Education. She most recently was a Health Instructor for the Whole Health Initiative at VA Healthcare, Boston providing classes for Veterans and staff, and a keynote speaker on wellness topics for National Whole Health conferences. She is deeply curious about the intersection of science and spirituality. Elyse enjoys hiking, yoga, nature, writing, painting, music and spending time with her family, friends and pets.
Will received a BS in Computer Sciences from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. At the University Will focused on a more "general" degree, enabling him to develop a broader scope of all technologies. He also participated in hackathons, was a member of multiple technology clubs, and made the dean's list almost every semester.
At Senscio, Will is the lead developer of IbisNexus, our care management portal. Through this experience, he is able to refine his problem solving and programming skills.
When Will's not at work you'll find him cooking on the grill, touring a new brewery, or traveling with friends.
Alden 'Chad' Daniels graduated in 2013 with an honor's degree in Physics and Computer Science from Marlboro College. He subsequently went on to complete a course at the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts where he earned a certificate in web development.
Since then, he has worked as a freelance web developer, developing data visualization and educational software on the side, while he continues to teach himself new things and expand into new areas of expertise.
Chad pursues many eclectic studies while honing his creative skills on various technology related projects.
Erik is currently focused on supporting diversity and sustainability, in all forms. With a childhood passion for the stars, grown into a B.S. in Applied Physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a concentration in astrophysics, Erik is keen to reflect on his place on Earth, and in the Universe.
At Senscio, he supports these ideals by further refining Ibis into a platform capable of bringing independence and self sufficiency to every individual, regardless of complexity of care, geographic location, or socioeconomic background.
Erik has been with Senscio since 2012, adapting to fill a variety of roles over the years.
Jacob is a graduate of Allegheny College where he received a B.S. in Neuroscience with a concentration in physiology and minored in Global Health Studies. After interning at Senscio Systems in the summer of 2015, he decided to return in 2018 to continue the mission of providing data driven healthcare to aging populations.
Through internships at University at Buffalo and Allegheny College research, Jacob grappled with the fundamental functions behind our experience of reality, investigating the interaction of addictive drugs and the brain's channels and receptors. Jacob's passion for healthcare is drawn from his understanding of addiction and mental illness and a desire to mitigate the suffering caused by these conditions now affecting the United States in record numbers.
Born and raised in Buffalo, NY, Jacob is a Sabres and Bills fanatic. When he's not cheering on his favorite sports teams you can find him snowboarding, playing soccer or visiting the newest craft brewery.
As an electronic technician, Gordon has broad experience with electronic systems of all kinds. Prior to Senscio Systems, Gordon worked at various medical systems companies, as a service engineer for CAT and MRI systems. He installed and maintained the CT scanners at many of the local area hospitals.
Gordon also worked at Analogic Systems as a test engineer in the research and development department for new CT systems. Additionally, Gordon has done embedded controller and Linux systems programming.
Gordon's hobbies include amateur radio with specialities in digital communications.
Karen is an accountant who has been working for Senscio since November 2011. Karen and her husband Brian have four children; their daughter Sarah previously worked as an intern for Senscio.
Karen loves to enjoy spending time with her husband and four kids, in addition to crafting, traveling, reading and playing ice hockey.