Ashley Barrow Selected as Aspen Ideas Health 2024 Fellow

Cincinnati, OH – June 13, 2024 – Alloy Development Co. is proud to announce that Ashley Barrow, CEO and Founder of RE-Assist and a valued client of the Alloy Growth Lab, has been selected as an Aspen Ideas Health 2024 Fellow. This prestigious fellowship recognizes leaders in health and medicine for their innovative work and ability to transform ideas into action.

The Aspen Ideas Health Fellows are chosen from a global pool of candidates for their significant accomplishments and commitment to addressing some of the most pressing health challenges of our time. The Fellows will gather at the Aspen Institute’s annual health conference, held from June 20-23, 2024, in Aspen, Colorado, to engage in deep discussions and explore transformative health solutions.

Ashley Barrow expressed her excitement about the fellowship, stating, “I am deeply honored to be selected as an Aspen Ideas Health Fellow. This opportunity will allow me to connect with other health innovators and bring back valuable insights to further the mission of RE-Assist. I am eager to contribute to the collective effort in addressing global health issues.”

Antony Seppi, Vice President of Alloy Growth Lab, congratulated Ashley on her achievement: “We are thrilled to see Ashley recognized at this level. Her dedication and innovative approach to healthcare have been truly inspiring. We are confident that she will make significant contributions as an Aspen Ideas Health Fellow and continue to drive positive change in the health sector.”

The Aspen Ideas Health conference serves as a platform for health leaders, policymakers, and innovators from around the world to share knowledge and collaborate on solutions to improve health outcomes for communities globally. This year’s program will feature over 150 speakers, including renowned experts and thought leaders in healthcare, public health, technology, and policy.

This recognition comes timely as RE-Assist launches its social determinants of health solution, aimed at supporting medical offices and clinics, promoting patient engagement, and addressing healthcare navigation barriers for vulnerable patients. According to the community needs assessment, these social determinants of health affect 37% to 73% of individuals residing in Cincinnati.

This will mark the fourth national recognition for Ashley Barrow, Founder of RE-Assist, including previous honors such as the City University New York Public Health Accelerator 2023 and the MIT Solve Global Challenge 2022.

For more information about the Aspen Ideas Health 2024 Fellows and the conference, visit Aspen Ideas Health.

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