Secure AI Labs is comprised of individuals with extensive experience in start-ups, deep technical knowledge in Federated Analytics, and connections to one of the world’s most prestigious research universities, MIT. Our team brings historic connections to cutting-edge technology.
The foundation for our mission is a creative, diverse team with immense experience.
We take care of and listen to our people. From serious discussions around strategy and implementation to opportunities for staff members to learn from and collaborate with each other, treating our team and partners with respect and integrity is core to our mission’s success. We offer all full-time employees stipends for related learning experiences, unlimited time off to ensure a balanced approach to work, and opportunities for creative growth within the company.
Meet our team of game-changing experts
who are advancing medical collaboration.
Co-Founder and CEO
Anne Kim is co-founder and CEO of Secure AI Labs, which is based on her graduate work at MIT. She brings a wide range of technical knowledge and business experience to the venture.
Anne worked with Professor Alex “Sandy” Pentland, principal investigator of the Human Dynamics Group at the MIT Media Lab, on federated learning and blockchain solutions for clinical trial optimization using Open Algorithms (OPAL).
Outside of her research, Anne has worked on a number of different projects in computer science and molecular biology such as: quantum chemistry simulations, genome-wide association studies, natural language processing for electronic health records, machine learning, and cyberbiosecurity work with the EFF, ACLU, and DEFCON.
Anne sees accessibility to healthcare as a right, and believes that the interface between biology, healthcare policy, and technology is a promising way to achieve that mission.
Chief Product Officer
Fumi Matsumoto brings over 25 years of entrepreneurial experience, product design expertise, and a strategic perspective to the Secure AI Labs team. In previous roles, he has led product development teams, served as CTO at Applause/uTest, and was a founding employee at ATG, which was later acquired by Oracle. He also co-founded and served as the CTO of Allurent.
Prior to joining Secure AI Labs as the Chief Product Officer, Fumi was CTO at Patient Discovery, a healthcare startup focused on delivering software for educating patients and improving healthcare provider workflow.
Director of Operations
Danielle Chun began her career as a mechanical engineer, but quickly found her love for program management and operations. She has a wide breadth of experience in engineering, operations, people management, and strategy. Over the last 8 years, she contributed to and managed over 10 medical device and healthcare engineering projects. In 2019, Dani transitioned to operations at a regional mid-size law firm, where she oversaw several departments, including the marketing, human resources, IT, library, and support staff. She worked closely with the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Financial Officer to establish and execute firm-wide strategies, create and streamline processes, and optimize spending.
Currently, Dani is the Director of Operations at Secure AI Labs where she leads operational strategy along with the company’s security stance and compliance. She assists the Chief Executive Officer with growth strategies and organizational KPIs as the company expands.
Dani has MEng and B.A. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University, and she is a certified Project Management Professional. She loves CrossFit, reading mystery books, and relaxing with her husband and their two dogs.
Director of Engineering
David Gascon has over 12 years of experience in developing software and leading software development teams. He has experience working on products responsible for outcomes such as: live video production, securing high value digital assets, and embedded device manufacturing.
Currently, David is the Director of Engineering for Secure AI Labs, overseeing multiple engineering teams producing solutions to fuel health research and accelerate insights available from federations of health-care organizations.
Outside of his professional work, he has volunteered for organizations providing health care solutions to marginalized populations while advocating for patient privacy. He enjoys photography, live music, and doing large puzzles with his wife.
VP of Partnerships
Troy Keyser has over 15 years of experience in healthcare and health innovation as an entrepreneur and intrapreneur. Within Harvard-affiliated hospitals he closed millions in clinical trial, licensing, and collaboration deals in digital health innovation. As an entrepreneur, he has taken an idea to help people find the right doctor and transformed it into an Angel-backed startup. He also led the successful expansion of a remote patient monitoring program to 14 Patient Centered Medical Homes.
Currently, Troy is the VP of Partnerships for Secure AI Labs, a company that created a federated learning and analytics product to fuel health research and discoveries while keeping the clinical data securely behind the hospital’s firewall.
Previously, he was the Founding Director of Carilion Clinic Innovation (CCI). He established and launched the new office in 2019. CCI works with Carilion innovators to develop and commercialize their patient-benefitting inventions through industry licenses or spinouts, as well as partnering with early-stage companies to build and test next-gen solutions together.
An expert in digital health product and business development, he is a frequent presenter at HIMSS and has been featured in Healthcare Informatics Magazine, Healthcare IT News, Fierce Health IT, and Becker’s.
Troy has an M.A. from Emerson College/Tufts University School of Medicine in Health Communication (with a focus on behavior change via digital tools) and a B.A. in Psychology from Drew University. He loves to hike, bake cookies, and travel with his wife.
Our engineering team prides itself on open communication and an innovative atmosphere where every team member can speak their mind. Prioritizing collaborative solutions, the engineering team continually evaluates the course of action when approaching projects. A dexterous approach to planning and strategizing, along with a philosophy of team openness, leads to an efficient engineering environment.
At Secure AI Labs, we understand that our team functions best when our employees pursue their passions outside of work. Providing our employees with the bandwidth to explore their other interests allows them to bring a balanced perspective to our product. A key belief of our engineering team leadership is the predictability of working hours and project expectations. Team leaders at Secure AI Labs work hard to ensure the predictability of working hours and all project expectations.
Simply put, we believe that open and respectful communication is key to our success and the success of our product.
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