Graham Dodge is the President of the PathCheck Foundation, a nonprofit founded at MIT in 2020 to develop privacy-preserving, open source code that enables exposure notifications, contact tracing and vaccine verification in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO) and various public health agencies around the world. He is also the Executive Director of MAGIC, a research and development nonprofit supporting technology-driven economic development, education and entrepreneurship in rural Mid Atlantic communities. He was previously the founding CEO of Sickweather, a disease surveillance company that once reached an audience of over 10 million daily active users and powered $320 million in digital healthcare advertising.

Dodge is a patented inventor, public speaker and population health expert with experience designing and deploying large consumer platforms and systems of intelligence using big data and prediction tools. His executive experience includes fundraising, contract negotiations, marketing and overall business management. He has served on boards and technical work groups for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD), the Kennedy Krieger Institute’s PACT: Helping Children with Special Needs, NASA, and Maryland DOT, as well as a mentor to Johns Hopkins University’s MedHacks hackathons. He is a technology accelerator veteran as an alumni of Techstars, 500 Startups and Plug And Play Tech Center.