Empowering People to Get Better and Stay Better
At AbleTo, we’re solving the biggest problems in behavioral health: ensuring access to care and upholding impeccable quality.
Our founder’s story
Born out of necessity
"I was 37 when I was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder. I was staggered, but also grateful. Finally, I could put a name to the "demon" that had been haunting me all these years.
I was able to benefit from medication, but I knew that it wasn’t enough. I had learned that behavioral change therapy could help me to overcome some of the challenges, but finding a quality solution proved difficult.
The experience led me to ask a simple question: how can we make it easy for anyone in need of effective, cost-efficient treatment to find and use it regardless of location?
AbleTo was founded to answer that question, and in doing so make people happier, healthier, and more productive."
“Everyone at AbleTo—from our therapists to our outreach specialists and senior team—share a common purpose: to make reliable, quality behavior change therapy available to the right people at just the right time.”
A Look Back at Our Milestones as a Provider of Therapy and Coaching
Pioneering the future of mental health care, for all
Bringing together decades of experience and diverse perspectives, our leadership team is constantly looking for ways to push the boundaries in mental health and self care — from bridging the gap in accessibility to leading the way with clinical excellence.
Steve is an experienced operating executive with more than 20 years of managing operations delivery, operations transformation, corporate strategy, and more in rapid growth companies. Most recently, Steve served as SVP, Claims & Support Operations at Beacon Health Options.
Brian leads AbleTo’s product strategy, design and development. Prior to AbleTo he led the development and launch of Sanvello. Brian is a pragmatic product leader with broad experience in healthcare, workflow optimization and member experience. Previously, Brian has led product strategy at Spok and Xora/Gearworks. Brian earned both his MBA and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Economics from the University of Minnesota.
Gautam is responsible for Technology at AbleTo, including Product and Platform Engineering, Architecture, Technical Operations and Security. With experience in building, operating and growing world-class systems and teams, Gautam is passionate about scaling SaaS platforms and thriving teams around them. Previously, he held leadership positions at leading consumer, education, and advertising companies including 2U, AppNexus, Kaplan Test Prep, NBC and TheStreet.com.
Yael is a solution-oriented leader dedicated to improving mental health at scale. Before becoming Chief Growth Officer, she held leadership roles in Operations and as Chief of Staff. Prior to AbleTo, Yael worked in turnaround management and consulting at Alvarez and Marsal. Yael holds a BA from Duke University and an MBA from Kellogg School of Management.
Stephanie Carroll, MBA leads People and Culture for AbleTo, applying her expertise in culture and change management to guide the successful expansion of our rapidly growing organization. Prior to her role at AbleTo, Stephanie held HR leadership positions at CVS Health across many of their business units from Specialty Pharmacy to KidneyCare. She is energized by the opportunity to support an organization's most valuable assets, their people.
Allison is an experienced clinician leader focused on scaling AbleTo's professional staff and services to support the rapid growth and diversifying needs of our patients. Prior to AbleTo, Allison held leadership positions at Beacon Health and Magellan Health. Allison holds her Master's in Social Work from Columbia University and a BA in Psychology from Montclair State University.
Alex leads the Legal Department for AbleTo. Alex is an attorney that places a high premium on practical and compliant solutions to legal issues. Prior to his role at AbleTo, Alex held various legal and compliance leadership roles at Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.
Matt Benton leads AbleTo’s Finance functions and helped bring them through the last 6 years of rapid growth. He brings a passion for data-driven decision making and business model formation and strategy. Matt holds a BA in Economics from Denison University and an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Shelly Latimore is a Senior Vice President and the Head of Marketing at AbleTo. She has extensive sales and marketing experience in consumer packaged goods, healthcare, and technology. Throughout her career, she has driven cross-functional teams through consumer-centric brand strategy reinvention, ROI-positive marketing campaign development and successful new product launches. Shelly is recognized as an inspirational leader of talent, managing large teams to meet or exceed revenue targets.
Jason leads AbleTo’s Consumer Engagement and Acquisition operations. Jason has over 20 years experience in leading healthcare contact center operations, with a focus on scaling operations, process improvement, and building leadership teams. Prior to joining AbleTo, Jason served as VP of Member Engagement at Change Healthcare.
Martin leads AbleTo's product and platform engineering teams. He brings together engineers that thrive in the space where technology meets impact. Prior to his role at AbleTo, Martin was VP of Engineering at Joyable, a digital behavioral health company, and Samasource, a social enterprise that connects people living in poverty to digital work with a living wage.
Our Clinical Advisors
Reena is a passionate voice for mental health parity. She is a cardiologist and trained at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Carmela Alcantara, Ph.D, is an Associate Professor at Columbia University School of Social Work, Director of the Sleep, Mind, and Health Research Program at Columbia University and a licensed clinical psychologist with postdoctoral training in public health and behavioral medicine. Her research examines the ecological relationship between sleep, self-regulation, and health behaviors in Latina/o adults. Dr. Alcantara also provides expert consultation in the transcreation of CBT for the Latina.
Patrick J. Raue, PhD is Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington. He received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from SUNY Stony Brook in 1995. Dr. Raue conducts NIMH-supported research on training non-specialists in behavioral interventions; patient preferences and shared decision-making approaches for depression; and the effectiveness of psychotherapy for older adults. Dr. Raue is Associate Director for Evidence-Based Psychosocial Interventions at the AIMS Center, and Director of the National Network of PST Clinicians, Trainers & Researchers. In these roles, he develops and leads implementation and training programs in a variety of behavioral health interventions. Dr. Raue’s clinical expertise includes the identification and management of mental health conditions in community and medical settings, including primary care and home health care
Dr. Robert DeRubeis is Professor of Psychology and Director of Clinical Training at University of Pennsylvania. He has authored or co-authored over 150 articles and book chapters on topics that center on the treatment of depression. He has received career awards for his research contributions from the Society for Psychotherapy Research and the Association for Psychological Science. Dr. DeRubeis also provides expert consultation in treatment selection for depression.
Dr. Tomer Levin, M.D. is a double board certified psychiatrist in Adult Psychiatry and Consultation Liaison Psychiatry and Associate Professor at the Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Levin is an expert in psycho-pharmacology and a researcher in the field of doctor-patient communication. He was previously the Director of Collaborative and Integrative Care at Weill Cornell Medicine. Dr. Levin provides expert consultation on clinical practice guidelines and psychopharmacology decision support for complex populations.
Dr. Kathleen M. Pike, Ph.D. is Director of the Columbia University WHO Collaborating Centre in Global Mental Health and Deputy Director of the Health and Aging Policy Fellowship Program at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. She is also Supervising Psychologist in the Eating Disorders Program at NYSPI. Dr. Pike offers valuable experience and expertise on evidence-based protocols and therapist training, adoption and competence in evidence-based care delivery.
Dr. Harold Pincus, M.D. is Vice Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons and Co-Director of Columbia's Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research. Dr. Pincus is an international expert on quality measurement and the integration of behavioral health and primary care.
Emily is a clinical pharmacist specializing in medication management of chronic disease states. She is dual board certified in pharmacotherapy and ambulatory clinical pharmacy. She completed her residency training at Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System with focus on primary care and chronic disease management. She has since worked for the Martinsburg VA Medical Center, Geisinger Health System, and Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She has clinical pharmacy practice experience in acute care, ambulatory care, and transitions of care, as well as administrative experience in developing and managing clinical pharmacy practice models.
Michaela Kearney, PMHNP is a psychiatric nurse practitioner out of Boston, MA. She works outpatient providing medication management and therapeutic support to patients across the lifespan. She is currently obtaining her DNP and MBA out of Johns Hopkins University, specializing in cultural humility and healthcare business management. She is also a mental health advocate and has served on various panels and an award winning mental health documentary regarding her personal and professional experiences in mental health.