Matching Childhood Dreams with Managerial Goals at HealthVerity

As a kid, if you asked Ashley Griffin what she wanted to be when she grew up, she would’ve answered: doctor. She envisioned having a career in healthcare so she could serve other people.

Years later, her outlook shifted when she took a course on mobile development for social change as a pre-med student at Haverford College and realized technology’s assistive capabilities.

“I really enjoyed seeing how technology could benefit underrepresented and underserved communities. That’s what made me change over because I came to understand how technology can improve people’s lives,” said Griffin, who graduated with a computer science degree.