Digital Health Investor
Kristi Ebong is a digital health investor at Define Ventures where she focuses on building the Define platform that supports portfolio companies as they grow. She leads partnerships and market development, empowering Define portfolio companies to be positioned for high growth.
Previously, Kristi was the SVP of Corporate Strategy for Orbita, where she serves on the advisory board, and also served as Head of Emerging Technology at Cedars-Sinai Health System where she served as an advisor on new and emerging technology and launched the Cedars-Sinai Accelerator Powered by Techstars.
Kristi has worked for provider systems, technology startups, and cross-vertical health organizations (including the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Healthspottr, and the US Department of Health and Human Services Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT). She spent time in management consulting for #1 KLAS-ranked Stockamp & Associates, where she led operational and revenue performance improvement for hospital systems. Kristi started her career working in implementation and product development at Epic Systems, focused on electronic health record deployment across hospital systems.
Kristi holds a BA in political science and global security from The University of Wisconsin-Madison, an MBA from The Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business, and an MPH from The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Kristi is from Minnesota and now resides in San Francisco with her husband and three children. While San Francisco is an outdoor playground, she longs for the water sports and farmers markets of a Minnesota summer.