Founded in 2011, Health eVillages bridges that gap in health education with mobile technology. Our lifesaving resources include medical reference and clinical decision support tools for medical and public health professionals in the most challenging clinical environments in the U.S. and abroad. It is our belief that by delivering technology, facilitating access and empowering health care providers, we can help “heal the villages” and move the needle on global health care.
Donato J. Tramuto Founder
Donato J. Tramuto is the CEO of Tivity Health, Inc (NASDAQ: TVTY), a leading provider of fitness and health improvement programs, with strong capabilities in developing and managing network solutions in healthcare. A recognized innovator and industry leader, he has more than 35 years of healthcare experience, with a deep commitment to global healthcare access, a steadfast focus on patient outcomes and a keen understanding of digital solutions.
In less than a year after being named Tivity Health’s CEO, Tramuto executed a turnaround of the company’s performance by harnessing the lessons he learned through various adversities and “bulldozer” moments, and engineered a creative sale of one of the company’s non-performing divisions, adding nearly $1 billion of valuation to the company. In 2008, Tramuto founded Physicians Interactive Holdings (now known as Aptus Health), a global provider of insight-driven digital engagement solutions for healthcare professionals and consumers. There he served as CEO and chairman prior to joining Tivity Health, Inc.
In 2011, Tramuto founded Health eVillages, a non-profit organization which provides state-of-the-art mobile health technology in the most challenging clinical environments. He is also the chairman and founder of the Tramuto Foundation, which helps individuals and organizations achieve their educational and healthcare goals.
Tramuto has been widely recognized for his more than three decade commitment to social change and healthcare innovation. In 2014, he was honored alongside Hillary Clinton, Robert DeNiro and Tony Bennett, with the prestigious Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award. He is a 2017 recipient of the Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps Embracing the Legacy Award, which recognizes individuals who have worked tirelessly to better the lives of children and their families. In 2015, Tramuto received an honorary doctorate of humane letters from the College of Fine Arts at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and in 2017, he received an honorary doctorate of science from Thomas Jefferson University. Donato Tramuto is a three time PharmaVOICE 100 most inspirational leader honoree and a recipient of the PharmaVOICE Red Jacket Award, which recognizes individuals in the life sciences field for innovative and motivational approaches to addressing industry challenges. He was honored in 2012 as one of the most innovative people in Massachusetts.
Tramuto serves on several executive leadership boards, including the board of the Boston University School of Public Health, the Livongo Health Foundation, the Brown University Healthcare Leadership Board, the board of directors for Sharecare, Inc. In 2016, he was appointed to the board of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, where he serves as chairman of the Leadership Council and is leading a national initiative to address workplace dignity. Tramuto is also chairman of the board of Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights Europe.
Tramuto is the author of Life’s Bulldozer Moments: How Adversity Leads to Success in Life and Business, a Hamilton Press publication.
Program Manager / Associate Partner,
Kathryn Eaton joined Tivity Health in 2016 as a member of its Corporate Responsibility function, and has been a key contributor to the Health eVillages team since 2014. While working directly with partners and programmatic organization, Kathryn is responsible for the development and facilitation of group and one-on-one training programs of Health eVillages’ applications, as well as for device loading and deployment. Kathryn also plays an active role in both internal and external communications regarding Health eVillages activities.
Kathryn graduated from the University of Maine with a double-major in abnormal/social psychology and sociology. Since then, she has pursued her passion and interest in human interaction and the humanities through her work at Health eVillages.
Cherish Health Executive Liaison
Lois Drapin, MPS-HAS is Cherish Health Executive Liaison. She is founder and CEO of The Drapin Group LLC,
an advisory, commercialization and an executive-in-residence consultancy for CEOs, their executive teams and investors
in the health, pharmaceutical, digital and mHealth sectors. Drapin is an innovator and technology pioneer in the
transformation of how health care is delivered, accessed, experienced and perceived by consumers and healthcare
professionals. She has worked with companies such as United Healthcare, Adidas, WebMD, Wyeth (now Pfizer), United
Healthcare, Vivometrics, Physicians Interactive, Skyscape, Johnson & Johnson, WEGO Health, Clinical Care Options,
Healthline Network, Happtique, Kognito and Klaatch.
In her roles as a growth accelerator/business developer for companies, Drapin has scouted, structured, negotiated,
secured and implemented many meaningful product and customer partnerships and distribution models. She has
initiated and managed multiple high-profile matrix partnerships, including: Kognito and the Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation (RWJF) for health conversation simulations in primary care resulting in a 2017 award from the International
Serious Games organization and listed in resources for AMSA, CDC, Choosing Wisely, and other patient and professional
initiatives; UnitedHealthcare and the National Health Access Initiative with the HR Policy Association large self-insured
employer members such as Avon, IBM, FedEx where she created “the dynamics of human expression” by using sensors
to collect and aggregate physiological signals from the human body integrated with facial analysis expression and video
to measure emotion during clinical and purchasing decision making for market research; and The Health Information
Network Connection (T.H.I.N.C) at WebMD with HIP, Empire, GHI and the Greater New York Hospital Association.
With her growing interest in aging and the Social Determinants of Health (SDoH), in 2017, Drapin was appointed to the
inaugural Executive Advisory Board of Tivity Health (NASDAQ:TVTY), a leading company in 50+ health and wellness.
Additionally she serves on Tivity’s Rural Aging Council. Also in 2017, she was named healthcare innovation advisor to the
first Great NY State Fair Drone Film Festival where she created a category, one of eight categories, for drones and
healthcare submissions. A submission from this category won first place in the festival. In 2015, she was named Fellow
at HIT Innovation Lab located at Columbia University, and listed in Alley Watch’s (NYC, 2014) “The Comprehensive Guide
to Who’s Who in NYC e-Health.” For the past three years she has served as a curator/screener for The Unlonely Project,
a virtual film festival and conference focused on loneliness and social isolation.
Prior to her healthcare career, for more than a decade, Lois Drapin was a higher education dean with the University of
Wisconsin and State University of New York systems where she forged the first successful college programs in prisons in
the United States. On a personal note, Drapin is an avid foreign language film lover and a frequent traveler to film
Program Coordinator, Health eVillages
Catherine Marcoullier is a recent graduate from Saint Michael’s College, obtaining her Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science. Her passion in international development led to her thesis, “Trade Openness and its Effects on Development in Africa,” to be specially presented at the Saint Michael’s College Academic Symposium in May of 2020. During the Fall of 2019, she interned for Senator Patrick Leahy at his Burlington, Vermont office.
Her passion in international development translates into Catherine’s passion in traveling to experience unique cultures, lifestyles, and to understand how systems operate differently from community to community and country to country. Her role as program coordinator has allowed her to express these passions at Health eVillages.
Steve Woods Promerica Health Executive Liaison
Steve Woods is the founder, president and chief executive officer of Promerica Health. Steve also serves as the president and chief executive officer of TideSmart Global, Promerica Health’s parent company.
Since 2003, Steve has stewarded Promerica Health’s growth and development, leveraging strategic investments in technology (including an industry leading patient platform), service offerings (including the acquisition of an analytics and compliance auditing company), campus (featuring eco-friendly construction) and clinical talent to establish Promerica Health as one of the leading providers in the health & wellness space.
Prior to founding Promerica Health, Steve served as the President a global Omnicom agency specializing in experiential marketing. Steve has also held key positions with other noteworthy agency groups (including Interpublic Group and WPP) and brands (Coca-Cola USA, Miller Brewing Company, Ford.)
As an adjunct professor at several leading universities, including the University of South Carolina, Clark Atlanta University and Georgia State, Steve has shared his expertise with tomorrow’s leaders and providers over nine years.
Active as a community leader and supporter, Steve supports local entrepreneurs (Maine Angels), has contributed to a collection of non-profit organizations and has served on many boards (including the American Red Cross, Boys & Girls Clubs and the Maine Sports Hall of Fame). He is a former town councilor and town chairman (Yarmouth, ME) and a U.S. Senate candidate.
Steve, his wife Katie and their three children live in Yarmouth, Maine.
Sharecare Executive Liaison
Elizabeth Colyer is senior vice president at Sharecare, the digital health company that helps people manage all their health in one place, where she is responsible for managing the evolution and execution of the Community Well-Being Index.
With Sharecare since 2014, Colyer has held various roles in the organization that have enabled the company’s data-driven approach to creating better outcomes. Most recently, she served as senior vice president of business intelligence, overseeing reporting and analytics, competitive intelligence, outcomes strategy and execution, predictive modeling, academic collaborations, performance intelligence, research and data sciences, and search engine optimization (SEO).
Previously, Colyer worked at a San Francisco-based digital agency, Rauxa-ThoughtMatrix, where she consulted for clients like General Motors, AAA, Amway, Oracle, and Verizon across measurement, digital strategy, social listening, integration, information architecture, and data best practices. Prior to Rauxa, Colyer worked for WebMD managing client analytics, including scalable reporting, insights and optimization across pharma and consumer goods portfolios.
Colyer graduated from the University of Georgia with bachelors’ degrees in Spanish and international business.
Cherish Health Technical Liaison
Raffy Rabin is the Lead Solutions Architect for Cherish Health. As fullstack software developer, he is fully hand-on working with product and solutions team. He brings with him more than 20 years of experience in designing and building enterprise-wide system using different architecture models, integrating various business domains. His approach is direct and simple, and that is to innovate and create solutions using software development best practices without compromising underlying technology needs.