Rose Wang is a mission-driven entrepreneurial leader. She is the Founder & CEO of 1104Health, a digital health company working at the intersection of technology, healthcare and life sciences industries, leveraging AI and automation to bring cancer patients equitable access to precision oncology innovations globally.
Ms. Wang is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, business strategy advisor for scaling up, and a sought-after mentor for startups. She has founded or was a founding team member of four IT consulting and software startups in highly regulated industries such as US federal government, telecommunications, and financial services with multiple exits. Fortune magazine recognized Ms. Wang in 2013 as one of the “Most Powerful Woman Entrepreneurs”.
Ms. Wang is committed to entrepreneurship for the common good. She is a mentor-in-residence at George Washington University and sits on boards of nonprofit organizations including AIM-HI Accelerator Fund. She is a member of the Board of Advisors at Georgetown University McDonough School of Business and a Trustee at the Excelsior University. As a two-term Council Member of the National Women’s Business Council, she is a keen policy advocate. She earned two MBAs from Georgetown University and ESADE respectively in 2018. She has a MS in Computer Science from University of Houston and a BS in Computer Science from Beijing Polytech University.