Hil Moss
Yale University

Hil Moss

Hil is a third-year MBA/MPH Candidate at Yale University.

A young breast cancer survivor, Hil is an active patient advocate, mentor, and writer in the cancer community, and dedicates her time to raising awareness around the importance of early detection and longitudinal survivorship care. She is also the Founder and CEO of VivorCare, the first virtual survivorship clinic for survivors of critical illness. Upon its launch in 2022, VivorCare will partner with stakeholders across the cancer world to deliver the care, content, and community that survivors need to lead happier, healthier lives. During her time at Yale, Hil has worked with a range of companies including Hologic, LUCA Biologics, Thrive Earlier Detection, OncoHealth, and Amwell. She is also the Co-Chair of the 2022 Yale Healthcare Conference and a Solomon Center Fellow at Yale Law School. Prior to transitioning into the healthcare space, Hil was the Associate Director of Strategy and Innovation at New York-based consultancy LaPlaca Cohen, where she advised the nation’s leading arts and culture organizations on planning for the future. She holds a BA from Princeton University, and serves on the Board of Trustees of the Princeton Triangle Club, the nation’s oldest touring collegiate musical comedy organization.

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