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Sensei is a health technology company delivering patented, HIPAA-secure platform solutions to organizations seeking to transform health, outcomes & engagement.

At Sensei, we makes technology personal through targeted and relevant interventions that educate, prompt, remind and gently nudge the user towards actions. Our virtual digital coach, or Sensei, revolutionizes the way our members communicate with their plan, provider and employers; how they receive health information, guidance and encouragement. Leading to better outcomes, greater satisfaction and lower costs.

Sensei's platform is a complete ecosystem for population management and communication with an integrated, patented, platform.

Some of the many benefits of using Sensei's platform include: Increased program participation and engagement - decreased fulfillment, operating and health care costs - improved quality of care outcomes with analytics and robust reporting - readmissions costs saved - increased revenue sharing - increased community awareness and utilization of health system services, differentiation from other health systems.

Meet the Sensei Team


Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Sean McDevitt serves as the Company's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Prior to joining Sensei, Sean served as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors of InfuSystem, a public company traded on the New York Stock Exchange. McDevitt is also the founding principal, and since 2007 has been a Managing Director of, Maren Group, an investment banking firm which provides mergers and acquisitions advisory services in the healthcare and technology sectors. Prior to joining Maren Group, he was an Executive Managing Director of FTN Midwest Securities Corp. from September 2004 to January 2007. In 1999, McDevitt founded Alterity Partners, a boutique investment bank which provided capital markets, merger and acquisition advisory services to high growth companies. Alterity Partners was acquired by FTN Midwest Securities Corp. in September 2004.

McDevitt was formerly a senior investment banker at Goldman Sachs & Company from 1995 through 1999 where he led deal teams in a variety of technology and healthcare/biopharmaceutical transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, divestitures and initial public offerings. Prior to Goldman Sachs & Company, McDevitt worked in sales and marketing at Pfizer Inc. from 1991 until 1994. He was a Captain in the U.S. Army Rangers and was decorated for combat in the Panama invasion. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. McDevitt received his B.S. in Computer Science from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Pat Cua

Advisor, Board member

Patrick Cua is an advisor and board member for Sensei, a leader in digital engagement and mHealth solutions. Cua has over 25 years of Corporate Executive, Sales, and Business Development experience in the Healthcare and Technology Industries. He is a seasoned executive with large public company experience as well as small private company experience. Cua's healthcare industry experience began with C.R. Bard, a multi-billion dollar medical device company, where he held various positions during his eight year tenure, including the leadership of a sales team focused on the angioplasty market for hospitals and physician groups. Cua then joined Cardiac Alliance, a venture capital start up in the fledgling Disease Management and Wellness industry. Within the first year at Cardiac Alliance Cua spearheaded the merger with Ralin Medical in what would ultimately become CorSolutions.

As a key member of the Executive Team, Cua built and lead Sales Teams calling on Managed Care and The Fortune 1000, drove strategic acquisitions and lead or played a key role in mergers. Fifteen years, hundreds of organic sales, and several acquisitions later, including Matria Healthcare acquiring CorSolutions and Inverness Medical acquiring Matria Healthcare, the resulting company is a $500M division of Inverness Medical (IMA) a multibillion dollar Healthcare services and device company. During his fifteen plus years at these companies Cua held various positions that included General Manager Operations, Executive Vice President of Sales as well as Executive Vice President of Strategic Acquisitions. Cua joined Sensei in 2010 bringing his vast expertise and vision.

Dr. Ashley Reynolds


Ashley Reynolds, PhD is Chief Operating Officer for Sensei. He is a seasoned professional with over 20 years healthcare experience leading regional territories and multiple-departments for disease management, health plan, case management and wellness companies.

Reynolds has extensive experience in disease management, health promotion, health behavior, managed care, emergency nursing and critical care. He has held management positions within Positive Healthcare, part of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation and U.S. Preventive Medicine. He also served as case manager for the Northeast Florida AIDS Network and was critical care/ER nurse at St. Vincent's Medical Center in Jacksonville.

An expert in the area of e-Health and wireless technologies as tools for behavior change, Reynolds has published on the effectiveness of “virtual” coaches to reduce health risk. He has lectured nationally and is a member of the American Nurses Association, Society for Behavioral Medicine and the American college of Sports Medicine. Reynolds holds a PhD degree in nursing from the University of Florida and HFS certification by the American College of Sports Medicine.



A recognized technology leader, Gary McSwain is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Sensei.

He is responsible for driving technology vision and strategy, in collaboration with business leaders across the organization, to develop digital engagement and mHealth solutions for millions of users.

Prior to joining Sensei, Gary was the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Internet Merchants where he architected and developed mobile, analytics, and eCommerce software products.

As VP of Software Development for Alere, McSwain led teams across the US and India to build and manage enterprise applications. McSwain has worked for numerous leading companies, including FedEx, Lockheed Martin, and Kaiser Permanente, where he led software development and product strategy serving millions of users.

McSwain is a recognized innovator with over 15 patents and trademarks in software and technology, a published author, winner of industry awards, and a frequent technology speaker.

McSwain holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from the College of Charleston.



Alex Furer is CFO for Sensei, LLC. Furer has worked with a variety of healthcare, technology and business services companies lending his experience in financial and strategic planning. Prior to joining Sensei, Furer worked at InfuSystem, Inc. where he was Associate Vice President of Finance and Strategic Planning. Here he was responsible for developing product lines and planning for their implementation. Prior to InfuSystem, Furer was an analyst at Maren Group, a boutique M&A investment bank specializing in healthcare and technology. His responsibilities included financial analysis related to a wide range of corporate finance and M&A transactions. Furer holds a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics from Harvard University.

Robert Williams

Senior Vice President of Sales

Bob Williams is a seasoned professional with over 25 years sales leadership, business development and consulting experience in the healthcare industry.

He is a senior health and welfare strategy executive with an extensive portfolio of success driving distribution channel development, partnership development, client relationships, revenue generation and topline growth with the healthcare sector.

Bob has developed strategic relationships at the “C” suite level within Fortune 500 employers, Health Plans, Health Systems and Managed Care organizations to consult and sell through a relationship-driven sales approach.

Recent responsibility was the development and advancement of ambulatory care strategies through joint ventures and strategic partnerships with hospitals and national health systems.

Prior work experience to Progressive, Bob specialized in care management, treatment decision support and chronic condition management for two national organizations, Optum and Alere.


VP, Wellness & Health Promotion

Renee Melton is Vice President, Wellness and Health Promotion for Sensei. Melton joined Sensei shortly after its inception bringing extensive experience in program development and management and has been integral to the development of core applications and design of Sensei products. She lends her expertise and oversight to the creation and development of all clinical and wellness programs.

Prior to joining Sensei, Melton held various senior positions in health care & disease prevention. Through these she led the development of wellness programs, supervised research and managed executive healthcare counseling. As Undergraduate Nutrition Coordinator for the State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, she developed and taught web-based courses, taught counseling techniques and consulted in childhood obesity research. With over 20 years experience, she has advanced education and training in counseling, behavior modification, disease prevention, weight management and has held lead roles in several large federally funded research studies (e.g. Women's Health Initiative, Polyp Prevention Trial).


Chief Administrative Officer

Thornton Kuntz serves as Sensei's Chief Administrative Officer. During his career spanning over 35 years, Kuntz has successfully led talent management processes, created corporate infrastructure, led process re-engineering and organizational design, and successfully assimilated more than 35 acquisitions and mergers resulting in the prolific growth of national and international businesses and the strategic transition of companies into dominant market leaders in numerous industry sectors.

Kuntz formerly served with Alere f/k/a Matria Healthcare, Inc. f/k/a Healthdyne, Inc. for 17 years, holding the positions of Executive Vice President, Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, and Vice President of Administration. Here he was a key advisor to CEO and Board of Directors; successfully established the full integration of the three companies that formed Alere; led transition of Matria from maternity management into a market leading disease management, medical informatics and health & wellness company; led process that formed Matria and developed infrastructure that facilitated its growth into a $500 million health and disease management company; and successfully assimilated over 15 acquisitions of businesses. Prior to joining Healthdyne in 1992, he was associated with Glasrock Home Health Care, Inc. for seven years where he served as Vice President Human Resources and responsible for integration of over 20 acquisitions. Thornton earned a bachelor's degree in management from the University of New Orleans.

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