Carri Allen Jones MD MPH Joins BANDWAGON’s Board of Advisors
Thursday, April 12th, 2018
Carri Allen Jones MD MPH is joining the Board of Advisors for BANDWAGON, a sports technology company that captures and enhances the game day experience for teams and brands.
Jones’ professional background includes work as a physician, data scientist and entrepreneur. She is currently on the advisory boards for Aris MD, Xperiel, Ceek VR and Ceek Global Innovations and has a demonstrated background in informatics/predictive analytics and strategy. These experiences have paved the way for her primary technology focus: unique engagement tools which securely personalize one’s experience while maintaining the ability to scale services within the local community as well as globally.
While most of her education is focused on the medical field (as evidenced in degrees from Syracuse University, New York Medical College and the University of California at Berkeley), her graduate degree from Stanford University highlights her interest in the field of business and technology.
Jones is passionate about thoughtful design and strategy within technology as well as in corporate organizational management. Her in-depth technology and business background combined with a keen sense of user interface in various types of technology will be a valuable resource for BANDWAGON as the company moves forward.
“We are ecstatic to have Carri joining our Board of Advisors, particularly during this phase of BANDWAGON’s growth,” said Harold Hughes, BANDWAGON’s founder and CEO. “With the recent changes to our interface and company structure, she will be able to provide the professional guidance we need in terms of organizational management and tech design.”
For Jones, BANDWAGON is an appealing addition to her education and work experience.
“BANDWAGON’s concept relies on data analytics and blockchain to improve individualized experiences. Many medical startups are utilizing a similar idea on a different scale,” she explained. “Instead of improving gameday, they’re trying to improve your treatment at the hospital; both fields are experience-focused.
“I am looking forward to serving BANDWAGON with my knowledge of the experience-tech space,” Jones said.