L. Nneka Mobisson

Nneka Mobisson, a 2014 World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and Yale Associate World Fellow is Co-Founder and CEO at mDoc. Prior to mDoc, she was Executive Director for the Africa Region at IHI, a leading global health organization focused on healthcare quality improvement, where, through her leadership, IHI dramatically expanded its efforts at building sustainable change in healthcare delivery systems in Africa, the results of which are directly impacting millions of lives in 13 priority countries.

A pediatrician by training, Nneka was previously Vice President of Community Health and Population Health Management at the Connecticut Hospital Association, where she provided leadership to hospitals in the area of population health management, and devised statewide health initiatives to better address community health and reduce costs. At McKinsey & Company, she worked primarily in the area of strategy development for payers and providers, health care IT, and pharmaceutical companies. At The World Bank, she worked on investing in private health care in resource-poor countries and developing the health care strategy for Africa. She has also worked at Merck and Co., Center for Disease Control (CDC), and Society for Family Health (SFH).

Nneka earned a bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), her Masters in Public Health (MPH) from Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, and her MD and MBA from Yale University and completed her Pediatrics residency at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She is a member of the African Leadership Network, and sits on several boards and committees.


Imo Etuk

Imo Etuk is Co-Founder and CTO of mDoc. Prior to mDoc, Imo was General Manager, Commercial for Wananchi Telecom, the leading multiple services cable company in East Africa, where he led business development efforts in Africa including developing and managing client relationships as well as the establishment of critical partnerships and strategic alliances resulting in significant cost reductions.

Prior to Wanachi, Imo worked as a senior Engineer at Comcast Corporation developing and building infrastructure that generated over $1Bn in revenue during his tenure.

Imo received his MBA from the Stern School of Business (NYU) with concentrations in Finance and General Management and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Temple University.