Catherine has spent her career on the cutting edge of medical billing technology. In 2005, she co-founded Clarity Medical Billing Resources with Sarah Moray. Clarity was a free trusted resource for all parties involved in workers’ compensation. As the need for simplicity and transparency became more apparent, Catherine and Sarah transitioned out of Clarity to lead the way at daisyBill.
Catherine attended Vanderbilt University and graduated with a B.A. in Economics. You won’t find her without her sidekick Tara, the Pomeranian whose joyful (and occasionally noisy) presence practically warrants a separate bio.
Have a workers’ comp question? Sarah has the answer. From ground-level experience working in medical practices to private consulting and her work at Clarity and daisyBill, Sarah has dedicated her professional life to illuminating a process that many find impenetrable – that is, until they meet Sarah.
When she’s not busy making worker’s compensation a win-win experience, you can find this U.C. Santa Barbara alum camping under the stars or experimenting with new pasta recipes.
Ben Liscio is Chief Technology Officer and founding developer at daisyBill. Since the company's inception, he's helped advance the goal of creating more efficienty in workers' comp into a full-fledged product, now used by thousands. The opportunity to solve problems and find solutions is the most rewarding part of his job.
Ben is originally from Vermont, and previously enjoyed a career as a music producer and engineer before switching to technology. He is an avid traveler and has a passion for food and cooking.
Jenny has 19 years experience in marketing, customer development, and using her powerful skills of persuasion for good. Jenny practiced corporate law for several years before working with startups and new ventures, both in-house and as a consultant.
Jenny has a B.S. in Linguistics and Psychology from U.C. Berkeley, an M.A. in Art History from NYU, and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. When not thinking about daisyBill, she's binge-watching HBO series while pretending to embroider, knit, draw, or weave.
Danielle doesn’t just listen to medical providers; she speaks their language.
Danielle spent over eight years working in medical practice support, so she’s uniquely qualified to help daisyBill clients achieve their goals. As a contracting manager, she negotiated with private insurance carriers to ensure favorable rates and compliance. She also worked closely with attorneys on liens.
Kevin is part of the Compliance Team at daisyBill. An expert in workers' comp billing and payment requirements, he makes sure bills get where they need to go, follows up on payer responses, and sees that everyone follows the rules along the way.
Kevin has a B.S. in Biomedical Sciences from the University at Buffalo and spends too much time on the pool table.
Conor is the Words Guy, writing content and copy to make the complex world of workers’ comp understandable, and articulating daisyBill’s mission to improve it.
Conor spends his time translating regulatory gobbledygook into human language, helping craft educational resources for providers, and turning blind rage at the injustices of the system into (allegedly) witty takedowns of payer misbehavior.
In his spare time, Conor loves to travel, read, and sustain injuries in the pursuit of basic fitness.
With a passion to build and create, Chris worked in video game design before getting into web development for daisyBill. An experienced consultant used to tackling complex problems, Chris brings innovative, practical solutions to keep our platform running strong.
In his free time, Chris enjoys a good book, cooking, playing the drums, and mildly challenging board games.
Ken works with new sales and customer support. Though he's a multilingual Global Studies ace who's lived in Spain and France for extended periods, Ken is forever a Texan, born and raised in the Lone Star State. Ken graduated in 2016 from UT Austin with a degree in International Relations. His interests include house music, traveling, and language.
Originally from Ukraine, Andrii has worked in product management for the last seven years. His experience in various industries includes retail, manufacturing, advertising, and technology, on both physical and software products. Over the years, Andrii has focused on identifying customer pain points, building great products in close collaboration with engineers, and taking those products to market.
Andrii doesn’t like to sit still for too long, and is now in the middle of getting his third Master’s degree, this one in User Experience (the first two are an MBA and a graduate degree in Management).
Alexandra is a UX/UI Designer with a passion for micro-cultures and thoughtful branding. She’s worked with Brookfield Asset Management, Johnson & Johnson, Coppertone Sunscreen, NBCUniversal, and more.
Previously, Alexandra lived in Barcelona, studying at ELISAVA Design School and interning at Virgili, a local design studio. She is passionate about yoga, visual arts, family, and travel.
Britt is an all-around problem-solver. From handling sales inquiries, to helping onboard new accounts, to support, to administrative projects, and more, Britt is there to help practices get the most out of daisyBill.
Britt is from a teensy lil’ town called Old Forge, New York, but grew up in Perth, Western Australia. She has more books, records, and cats than any normal person should, and in her spare time enjoys traveling and overindulging in any cuisine she can find.
Fred is the Numbers Guy. At daisyBill, he helps bring much-needed clarity to the mountains of data surrounding fee schedules, reimbursements, and more.
Starting his professional career on the insurance side, Fred discovered a love of tackling complex questions and finding creative answers. Nothing makes him happier than simplifying millions of rows of data into digestible graphs and stories; he shamelessly geeks out about cool data visualizations.
His personal interests include puzzles, running, science fiction, tacos, and spikeball.