CEO and Great Leaders Series; Abir Sen, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Gravie
Join us on June 23rd for an intimate fireside chat with Abir Sen, HBS alum, to hear his thoughts on disrupting traditional healthcare systems, building companies to scale, and his perspective on leadership as a serial entrepreneur and board member after three successful exits and raising $75M+ for his latest venture Gravie .
Doors open at 5pm and the conversation will start at 5:30pm.
Cost: $10 Member, $15 Non-members - Includes light refreshments.
Abir Sen’s career has been inspired by a desire to disrupt. He is the founder of three successfully exited companies in the healthcare space and is currently the Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Gravie, a health benefits marketplace and product company founded in 2013 with the goal of reinventing health insurance from the bottom up by offering a user-friendly experience and great coverage that the consumer will actually use. Gravie has raised $77 million in funding from investors including GE Ventures, Split Rock Partners and AXA Venture Partners.
Prior to founding Gravie, Abir was co-founder and CEO of Bloom Health, where he led the team that pioneered the private exchange model of financing health benefits. Prior to founding Bloom Health, Abir was co-founder and president of RedBrick Health. Under his leadership, RedBrick Health launched an industry-leading health earnings system, created innovative products and achieved health improvement results that far surpassed its competitors. Before founding RedBrick Health, Abir co-founded Definity Health, where he was involved in the creation of the personal care account, the predecessor to the health savings account.
Abir earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Lawrence University and his MBA from Harvard Business School. He’s on the board of directors at Allina Health, the board of trustees at Lawrence University, and he’s a member of several other boards, including the Animal Humane Society and The Compassion Museum in the Twin Cities.
There will be opportunity for informal networking and Q&A. Seats will be limited so we encourage everyone to register early. Registration includes light refreshments. We would like to thank bswing, a research and product firm in Minneapolis, for offering their space for the evening.
The Harvard Club of MN encourages, but does not require, that all attendees are fully vaccinated and encourage masking when not eating or drinking.