Get to know Arevo and
the people behind
Arevo is based out of Beautiful Washington State
CEO / CO-FOUNDER
An accomplished business leader with 20+ years of experience in the healthcare and technology industries with a wealth of business leadership and entrepreneurial experience. Ryan has held leadership positions at global healthcare companies, Philips Healthcare and Tunstall Healthcare, helped launch several startups and led a turnaround at a regional healthcare company. He is a dynamic leader and persuasive communicator with a proven record of success in delivering results with mastery in strategy, growth, culture, value creation, and leadership. Ryan is also a recent graduate of Seattle University with an Executive MBA.
COO / CO-FOUNDER
In 1995 Greg joined RBMS, an Alaska based Third Party Administration firm as Director of Marketing. In 2003 Greg became CEO. During his tenure, Greg led the creation of The Alaska Preferred Provider Network (TAPPN), a wholly owned subsidiary of RBMS and the first statewide PPO network. As CEO, Greg grew the company organically from $5.5M to $8M in revenue. In 2008 RBMS successfully exited to Meritain Health, an Aetna company.
CTO / CO-FOUNDER
Brandon is an entrepreneurial executive with 20 years experience leading and growing start-ups, sales, business development, marketing and technical development teams. Successful in identifying opportunities for hyper-growth and a strategic member of the management team with experience in developing technology solutions for Fortune 500 enterprise clients including recent work with United Healthcare, General Motors, Boeing and US Navy Medicine. Prior to founding Arevo, Brandon founded DonationDepot.com (acquired by KNTA) and WPG Solutions (acquired by Good Done Great).
VP-Finance / CO-FOUNDER
Schlosser is a seasoned leader with over 20 years in sales, marketing and start-up success. Prior to co-founding Arevo, Jim co-founded Pacinian and was CEO from 2007-2012. Pacinian developed proprietary haptic and keyboard technology for large PC OEMs such as Dell, HP, Lenovo and Sony. Jim raised $4M in capital and Pacinian successfully exited in 2012 to a publicly traded company in Silicon Valley for $30M.