access.mobile International Names Sara Yelpaala as Chief Experience Officer
DENVER, Dec. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- access.mobile International, a company that delivers personalized mobile health messages to drive clinical outcomes and organizational performance, announces the appointment of Sara Yelpaala as Chief Experience Officer. Mrs. Yelpaala brings over 15 years of international public health experience combined with expertise in strategic planning and communication. In this role, she will ensure client success by delivering a human-centered approach that supports meaningful engagement and positive outcomes.
"As access.mobile unites communication with an individual's preferences, it is essential we have a leader who focuses on learning insights from the experiences of all stakeholders. Sara synthesizes highly effective strategies to deliver outcomes," said Todd Evenson, access.mobile International board member.
Most recently, Sara served as VP of Marketing and Strategy at access.mobile where she led client experience, marketing, and strategic initiatives globally. Sara holds an MPH from Yale School of Public Health and BA from Stanford University.
"We are truly excited to have Sara join the executive team. She brings a level of customer insight and strategy that will ensure each access.mobile client receives exceptional service," said Dr. Medell Briggs, access.mobile's Chief Medical Officer. "We look forward to launching new patient and client centered technologies with Sara as part of the leadership team."
"We have a tremendous opportunity to create personalized communication that delivers health and wellness outcomes. I am excited to develop our comprehensive strategy that allows our clients to achieve their organizational goals and improves the health of our communities," said Sara Yelpaala. "Working on a global scale, we have the ability to leverage synergies across markets and harmonize our solution while simultaneously creating localized and unique offerings tailored to each of our client's specific needs."