Sherri Douville, President, CEO & Board Member
Sherri Douville is CEO and board member at Medigram, the Mobile Medicine company. She is honored to be recognized on top U.S. CEO lists in several (4) categories of technology and healthcare (iOS, Information Technology, Healthcare, Big Data) in 2022 by Startups US as one of the highest ranked tech executives on Crunchbase. Ms. Douville is a best selling and repeat editor, lead author, and contributor to a 3rd forthcoming book defining advanced technology for medicine (Taylor & Francis 2022). Sherri is a sought after speaker for the Healthcare IT industry's defining, multi sector roundtables and conferences such as VIVE. She is also the co-author of several articles and technical papers. She is the editor and lead author of Mobile Medicine which launched as the #1 hottest new release on Amazon for medical technology and medical informatics. Mobile Medicine (Taylor & Francis 2021) is internationally acclaimed and was voted by business and technical leaders as the #1 book in all of healthcare for 2021 and again in 2022 by BookAuthority and is the only book to be featured by both the largest physician leadership organization, AAPL and the largest engineering technical organization, IEEE. She is also corresponding author for a chapter on engineering trust in clinical IoT (Springer 2022). Ms. Douville is the co-chair of the IEEE/UL International Joint Venture for the technical trust standard project for Clinical IoT in medicine. Ms. Douville previously won several awards while working at Johnson & Johnson in over a dozen disease states over the course of a decade and was recognized for industry thought leadership there by McGraw-Hill. Prior to her current work in the mobile medicine, privacy, security, health IT and AI industries, Sherri worked in the medical device space consulting in the areas of physician acceptance and economic feasibility for medical devices. Ms. Douville has a Bachelor of Combined Science degree from Santa Clara University and has completed certificates in electrical engineering, computer science, AI and ML through MIT. She advises and serves startups, boards, and organizations including for Santa Clara University as an advisor and cybersecurity lecturer to the Santa Clara University Leavey School of Business Corporate Board Education initiatives, the Black Corporate Board Readiness program and as an advisory council member for the Women's Corporate Board Readiness program.