Kiio Leadership Team

  • Dave Grandin, President & CEO

    Dave Grandin is a high-tech executive with over 20 years of experience starting companies, building teams, delivering technology products, and driving revenue growth and profitability. Dave combines a strong entrepreneurial skill set with an extensive background in software and integrated system development, digital media solutions, and large-scale data analytics.

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  • Chad Lindley, COO

    Chad has extensive expertise in solving business problems and meeting market needs. For the past 22 years, his focus has been software development and implementation, including documenting customer/market requirements, feature design and prioritization, team management, and agile methodologies.

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  • Lydia Zeller, Vice President of Product Strategy

    Lydia brings over 20 years of experience building and leading cross-functional teams in diverse arenas. She excels at translating process, product, and market knowledge into strategic vision and operational success. Prior to her current position, her experience at Kiio includes management roles in product development, grants and research development, human resources, and corporate administration.

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  • John McCluskey, Director of Customer Success

    John is a great team leader with experience designing, implementing and managing comprehensive quality assurance programs that aid in delivering commercial products that meet multi-tier regulatory requirements and exceed customer satisfaction. He has a successful track record leading organizational change, and building and mentoring diverse teams in Quality Assurance, Integration, Mechanical Design, and Customer Service. John is co-inventor on two Kiio patent applications.

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Kiio Board of Directors

Kiio Advisors

  • Dr. Tim Bartholow, MD

    Dr. Tim Bartholow, MD

    As Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of WEA Trust Insurance, Dr. Tim Bartholow is tasked with leading all clinical functions to achieve safer more affordable care, focusing on proper access, appropriateness, harm avoidance, and engaging members to action. He encourages community health with board service to Wisconsin Literacy, United Way of Dane County, and the Wisconsin Collaborative for Health Care Quality. He advises Venture Investors, Kiio, the University of Wisconsin Master of Public Health Program, Wisconsin Community Health Fund, and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.

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  • Neal S. Sofian

    Mr. Sofian is recognized nationally for almost 40 years of innovation in population-based and corporate health management/engagement, and organizational change.

    During his career, Mr. Sofian commercialized the first and now largest telephonic coaching program in the United States, Free & Clear (a smoking cessation program now owned by Optum and called Quit for Life), as well as several of the early health-related social networking platforms, including the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Survivors Network.

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  • Dr. Chris Stout

    Dr. Chris Stout is Director of the Department of Research and Data Analytics at ATI Physical Therapy, a national leader in physical therapy with over 280 clinics nationwide. Dr. Stout is also a Clinical Professor in the College of Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago, an Advisor to their Center for Global Health, and a Fellow in the School of Public Health, in addition to several other appointments.

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  • Dr. Patrick Grabowski

    Dr. Patrick Grabowski is an Assistant Professor in the Physical Therapy program at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. He graduated summa cum laude from Marquette University in 2004 with a Master of Physical Therapy degree, and in 2012 from the Kinesiology Department at UW-Madison with his PhD in neuromotor control.

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  • Dr. John D. Wiley

    Dr. John Wiley served as the 27th Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 2001-2008. In recognizing his accomplishments as Chancellor, the UW System Board of Regents credited Dr. Wiley with starting a public dialogue about the future of higher education in Wisconsin and the role universities can play in developing a strong economy.

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