Wheel Appoints Kristina Omari As Chief Financial Officer


Wheel, a pioneering virtual care platform that enables businesses to provide outstanding patient-centered care, has appointed Kristina Omari as its new chief financial officer. Omari will play a crucial leadership role as Wheel extends its virtual care capabilities and keeps gaining traction with the next generation of leaders in consumer-centric healthcare thanks to his three decades of experience in finance, which includes extensive knowledge of the healthcare, technology, and marketplace platforms.

Omari has spent her whole professional life working for cutting-edge enterprise and consumer businesses like Adobe, Lyft, Everly Health, and Fitbit. She most recently held the position of Executive Vice President of Finance at Everly Health, where she oversaw business growth and financial planning and analysis. She graduated from Stanford University with a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Over four million people nationwide have received prompt, practical, and high-quality virtual care thanks to Wheel in just three years. Currently, Wheel collaborates with businesses in the retail, health insurance, pharmaceutical, life sciences, and digital health sectors, including a number of Fortune 50 firms.  

"We're thrilled to welcome Kristina at a pivotal time for Wheel and the industry at-large," said Michelle Davey, CEO and co-founder of Wheel. "Consumers are more digitally native than ever before, which is putting immense pressure on companies to overhaul the healthcare experience. Traditional providers and newer entrants are facing a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build care services around their customers. Kristina brings a wealth of experience from other companies that led similar transformations, including e-commerce and transportation. Her stewardship will play a strategic role in our continued efforts to partner with more enterprise organizations and deliver consumer-centric care at scale.

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