Jordana Barmish has 15+ years of healthcare experience in a variety of clinical, academic, startup, and corporate roles. Jordana currently serves as an Executive in Residence at TIAP where she helps to build, grow, and fund early-stage med device and digital health companies. She also runs a venture consultancy in Toronto where she offers strategic development and operations services, as a business advisor and fractional executive.
Prior to moving to Toronto, Jordana managed a portfolio of med-tech and healthcare IT startups at PCI Ventures. She collaborated with clinicians, researchers, and faculty at the University of Pennsylvania to create companies centered around their inventions. She actively supported founders via operational infrastructure development, leadership team recruitment, Board of Directors participation, strategic advising, investor relations, pitch coaching, interim executive management, and deal negotiations. Before joining PCI Ventures, Jordana developed strategic partnerships for a corporate startup, Comcast Connected Health, which has since spun out into a joint venture with Independence Health Group.
Before pursuing a career that fuses her interests in business, healthcare, and technology, Jordana treated patients with neurological and vestibular conditions for 7 years, as a Doctor of Physical Therapy. Jordana graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from McGill University, a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from Duke University, and an MBA in Strategic Management from Temple University.