Elli Kaplan

Elli Kaplan

Elli Kaplan is Co-founder and CEO of Neurotrack, a digital therapeutics company dedicated to empowering people to prevent memory loss. Previously Elli held positions in both the public and private sectors, and has an M.B.A. from Harvard.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elli-kaplan-ba375b16/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ellikaplan
Redwood City, California, United States
Member since August 16, 2018
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Elli Kaplan is co-founder and CEO of Neurotrack Technologies, a digital health company dedicated to empowering people to monitor and improve their cognitive health. Neurotrack currently offers a digital cognitive assessment that can detect early signs of cognitive decline before symptoms appear, enabling earlier intervention and treatment. Neurotrack is also building a cognitive health intervention that brings together high quality scientific research on effective ways to reduce the risk of cognitive decline and improve overall cognitive health. Both offerings can help advance research and treatment of cognitive diseases like Alzheimer’s disease. Neurotrack is backed by notable venture funds including Founders Fund, Social Capital, Khosla Ventures and AME Cloud Ventures.
Elli has two decades of experience in the public and private sectors, including positions at the White House, the State and Treasury Departments, and the United Nations where she was the Deputy Chief of Staff for UNDP, the largest UN agency. Elli has also held positions with AIG and Goldman Sachs where she focused on private equity investing in emerging markets. She also co-founded Georgia Tech’s start-up incubator, Flashpoint.
Elli has won the San Francisco Business Chronicle’s Most Influential Women in the Bay Area award, SXSW's best new startup and DEMO God awards, the J&J World Without Disease Challenge, and presented at Code, Fortune Health, TEDx, TechCrunch Disrupt, the Royal Society of Medicine, Wired and the New York Times. Elli has an MBA from Harvard Business School.