Healthcare technology company Ro has announced, that Margo Georgiadis, former CEO of Ancestry.com, is joining its Board of Directors.
Margo Georgiadis was the CEO of Ancestry.com, growing the business to over 20M subscribers, over $1B in subscription revenue, and record-setting profit and cash flow. She was the President of the Americas and VP of Global Operations at Google for 9 years, leading commercial ops and advertising across search, mobile, video, shopping, and commerce platforms. She was also the CEO of Mattel, COO of Groupon, EVP of US Card Services and CMO of Discover Financial Services, and a partner at McKinsey in London and Chicago. In addition to devoting herself to scaling both B2B and B2C transformational tech platforms, Margo has devoted herself to advancing the next generation of women leaders through organizations dedicated to inspiring women and girls to pursue careers in STEM.
In a blog post announcing the appointment by Zachariah Reitano, Ro’s CEO, the company also shared that Margo Georgiadis inspired the recent acquisition of Modern Fertility.
Margo was the advisor who started an email with “as you know, I have a passion to push you to raise the bar on your women’s health offering…” that led to our acquiring Modern Fertility.
Ro is a healthcare technology company building a patient-centric healthcare system. Its vertically-integrated primary care platform powers a personalized, end-to-end healthcare experience from diagnosis, to delivery of medication, to ongoing care. With a nationwide provider network, in-home care API, and proprietary pharmacy distribution centers, Ro seamlessly connects telehealth and in-home care, diagnostics, and pharmacy services nationwide to provide high-quality, affordable healthcare without the need for insurance. Since 2017, Ro has facilitated more than six million digital healthcare visits in nearly every county in the United States, including 98% of primary care deserts. Ro also provides its patient-centric solutions including Workpath, its in-home care API, and Kit, its at-home diagnostic testing service, to other healthcare companies.