Tony Mestres will be leaving the Seattle Foundation in May to join Truveta.
Tony Mestres, a former Microsoft vice president who served as president and CEO of the Seattle Foundation for seven years, will step down in May to become president of Truveta, health data startup led by former Microsoft Windows chief Terry Myerson as CEO.
David Bley, a Seattle Foundation board member who was previously the Pacific Northwest director of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, will become interim CEO of the nonprofit community foundation as it seeks a permanent replacement .
Truveta was created by 14 US healthcare systems, which plan to pool data and use artificial intelligence to research medical breakthroughs and patterns of inequity in healthcare.
The Seattle Foundation, which had $ 1.14 billion in assets at the end of 2019, has focused its grants and policy …
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