Sophia Joined InVivoLink in January 2020, as a Senior User Experience Designer. She moved to Nashville from Chicago, where she worked previously as a UX designer helping teams understand their users, build design systems, and create products from the ground up. Outside of work she enjoys participating in the creative community, attending stand-up comedy events, and working on on her baking skills after binge-watching the Great British Bake-off.
Dani came to InVivoLink in April 2019 as a product owner. She moved to Nashville from Houston, Texas to attend Belmont University, where she graduated with degrees in Applied Discrete Mathematics and Audio Engineering Technology. She has been in the product space previously creating native and web applications in the automotive and event entertainment industries, and she will be joining the InVivoLink team to help take product visions and bring them to life. Outside of work, Dani can be caught enjoying the outdoors, gardening, making a giant mess crafting on a woodworking project, or hanging out with her husband and dog.
Elizabeth joined InVivoLink in November of 2016 as an Associate Product Manager. She is responsible for working with the technology team to plan, design, develop, and rollout new features for InVivoLink’s episodic care management platform. Elizabeth graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2014, and spent two years working at Accenture in technology consulting prior to joining the InVivoLink team. Outside of the office, Elizabeth enjoys running, hiking and backpacking, catching a CrossFit class when she can, strong coffee, and cheering for her hometown teams, the St. Louis Cardinals and Blues.
Kelly joined InVivoLink in September 2013 as an intern and is currently responsible for tactical product management activities and strategies. When she is not tinkering with the office compost ratio and high-fiving people in meetings, she focuses on understanding InVivoLink’s customers, championing their needs in product planning and decision making, and facilitating creative partnership throughout the company. She holds degrees in Medicine, Health & Society as well as Spanish from Vanderbilt University, where she spent her free time as a wilderness skills instructor. Though Nashville has thoroughly captured her heart, Kelly was born and raised in New England and still enjoys drenching things in maple syrup and driving well in the snow.