We exist to help our patients
live their best lives.
We believe in intervention well before kidney failure, when there is still opportunity to improve quality of life and health outcomes while keeping costs in check.
We take it personally.We care deeply about our patients, colleagues and communities. We take responsibility and get it done.
We bring joy to this work.
We value each individual’s unique journey.
Humility is a source of our strength.
Everyone is worthy.
We dare mighty things.
Founded in 2015, we are run by people who care deeply about the wellbeing of everyone facing chronic kidney disease.
Headquartered in San Francisco and Cambridge, MA, our team includes nationally recognized and respected leaders in healthcare, technology, and design from Stanford, UCSF, Fresenius Medical Care, DaVita, Optum, Health Hero, and LinkedIn.
Co-Founder & CEO
Arvind spent six years on the leadership team at LinkedIn, helping the company scale from 200 to over 3,000 people and from $30m to $2b in revenue. Among other initiatives, he led LinkedIn’s expansion into new markets around the world, including a successful entry into China.
Co-Founder & COO
Prior to Cricket Health, James was part of the strategy and analytics team at LinkedIn, advising the leadership team on strategic decisions in the US and Asia-Pacific. Before LinkedIn, he worked in investment banking at JP Morgan, advising some of the world’s largest companies on M&A and capital raising.
Carmen A. Peralta
MD, MAS, FASN Chief Medical Officer
Carmen is a General Nephrology and Hypertension physician, who has authored over 160 research papers, and dedicated her career to investigating early detection and management strategies for kidney disease and hypertension. Professor of Medicine at University of California San Francisco, she co-founded and served as Founding Executive Director of the Kidney Health Research Collaborative.
Chief Administrative Officer
Bobby’s diverse background includes everything from practicing law in Silicon Valley to serving as Chief of Staff to a dynamic member of Congress. He has launched a billion-dollar state agency to support life sciences, and worked as a senior executive for Frensenius Medical Care, one of the world’s largest health care companies.
Chief Product Officer
Andrew comes to Cricket Health with nearly a decade of experience in Health Care Innovation serving in clinical and product leadership roles at lora Health while simultaneously serving as a Clinical Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He attended Tulane University School of Medicine during Hurricane Katrina, followed by Internal Medicine/Primary Care residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA.
Chief Development Officer
Adam started in consulting, at Accenture and Deloitte, later moving to health care at Optum, where he served as SVP, Payer Sales and Account Management. Prior to joining Cricket Health, he was Chief Revenue Officer at PlanSource, Alegeus Technologies and Silverlink Communications (now part of Welltok). He also initiated the data and analytics business at Change Healthcare.
Chief Technology Officer
Prior to entering the health care field, Sam worked in software engineering at a number of startups, and was the first CTO for Kiva.org. In 2016, he took on the role of CTO at Healthvana, building a patient engagement platform, while also serving on the board for Phoenix Bioinformatics Corporation.
Board of Directors
Co-Founder & CEO
Former EVP, Health Care Service Corporation
Former VP, Strategy and Business Development, McKesson Technology Solutions
Former CEO Uniprise, UHG and EVP of Health Plans, CVS
Former CEO of Providence Health Plan
Former SVP and current Senior Advisor to Walgreens
Bhupinder Singh, MD, FASN, FNKF, FCRS
Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, Irvine
Allison Webber, MD
Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology Kidney Transplant Specialist
Ann Robar, BSN, RN, CNN
Former VP of Home Dialysis Services for Satellite Healthcare
Glenn Chertow, MD
Chief, Division of Nephrology, Professor of Medicine, Stanford
Joel Glickman, MD, FACP
Professor of Clinical Medicine, University of Pennsylvania