Mental Health Business: Whole Person Healthcare 2020
Kristin and Rachel Wilson discuss the journey of behavioral health wellness centers opening in today’s healthcare marketplace. Some issues are the same but overall it’s a whole new world in behavioral health treatment.
Rachel graduated with a B.A. in Economics & Business from Agnes Scott College. Since that time she has earned a Masters of Science in Industrial Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology; worked as an executive in sales, marketing and operations; and has even had a chance to work for high powered music and business mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs. She now resides in Atlanta where she manages a portfolio of family businesses and is most proud of her role as Chairwoman of the board in Omnis Health Life – an addiction and mental health treatment program serving 200+ patients in Baltimore, MD. She is also the Director of Operations at Collab Capital an Investment firm dedicated to investing in Black startup founders – Collab partners with Google, WeWork, and many organizations to provide resources to founders.
Omnis Health Life: www.omnislife.com
Collab Capital: www.collab.capital
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