The Orchestrator of Next-Gen High-Value Medicine — Amy DuRoss of Vineti
People Who Inspire (PWI) Next Gen Awards 2020-21| DKODING Media Inc. | Florida, USA: Amy DuRoss is driving the future of healthcare and pharmaceutical through the steering wheel of technology. The California based entrepreneur is innovating healthcare technology to scale the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals. She has also played significant leadership roles at GE Ventures, Navigenics, Inc and has served as the Chief of Staff for California Institute of Regenerative Medicine.
The Innate Achiever — Amy DuRoss is a third-gen woman achieve. Her grandmother was a suffragette and the first woman to win elected office in New Jersey. Her mother was the first woman appointed to the District Attorney’s office in Washington. DuRoss was recently honored as the San Francisco Business Times’ Most Influential Woman of 2020.
People Who Inspire (PWI) Next Gen Awards 2020-21 — Amy DuRoss, Woman Entrepreneur of the Year.
- Another woman pioneering the healthcare-tech industry, Amy DuRoss is the Co-founder and CEO of Vineti.
- Vineti is a tech manufacturer that aims at driving and scaling the production of high-value medicines.
- As of October, 2020, Vineti’s worth total funding amounts to $115.3 million.
- Prior to Vineti, DuRoss worked as the Managing Director of GE Ventures in California. She has also served as the Chief Business Officer of Navigenics, Inc.
- Amy is a graduate from Stanford University and holds an MBA degree from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
- Designation: Co-founder and CEO, Vineti
- Citizenship: United States
- Residence: Menlo Park, California
- Education: Stanford University
- Entrepreneurial Experience: 5 years
- Total Experience: 18 years
- Past Companies: GE Ventures, Navigenics Inc, California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, Bertelsmann
Watch: Amy DuRoss talks about her experience at Vineti
DuRoss’ favorite book is “To Kill a Mockingbird.” She credits the novel for giving her the first narrative to help understand social justice “in a living and breathing way”.
There’s an old saying about how important listening is for leadership. I had always thought of myself as a very good and active listener. But it was only after I got into this role, that I really understood how important a different level of active listening is as a skill.Amy DuRoss on her biggest learning as an Entrepreneur