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Mauricio Gonzalez de la Fuente

Kodu Care
Seattle, WA
Mauricio Gonzalez de la Fuente is co-founder and CEO of Kodu Care. Mauricio’s direct personal experience helping a loved one with a diagnosed mental health condition thought him a simple truth: There is no health without mental health! This is the inspiration behind Kodu Care.
Mauricio embraces the thrill of making sense out of chaos, creating solutions, and bringing them to market. As Kodu Care Co-Founder, he is leveraging his 20+ year track record of solving service and technology gaps. From driving innovation as Entrepreneur in Residence, to executing go to market strategies as General Manager, Mauricio has delivered the B2B and B2C offerings customers want.

While at Microsoft, Mauricio led product teams as owner/accountable for $1.5B P&L, and global marketing campaigns accountable for a $100M budget. As business development director, he and his team drove high profile strategic engagements, investments, and acquisitions. Throughout his professional career, Mauricio has built a track record as a community leader. He has over 12 years of Board Member and Trustee experience with leadership roles in some of the most prominent not-for-profit organizations in the Puget Sound area, including the Seattle Symphony Orchestra and the Seattle Humane Society.
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Partnerships in Innovation:
Kodu Care is mental health an early stage startup focused on streamlining and fostering successful connections between physicians, patients and mental health providers.

Kodu Care partnered with 3 early stage Seattle based healthcare startups to create the Health Performance Institute (HPI). The Health Performance Institute is an innovation enabling consortium with the goal of facilitating access to healthcare data. We believe healthcare innovation can be accelerated by enabling entrepreneurs and data scientists to tackle very specific challenges in healthcare. Through HPI, we are defining the API to enable access to public data sources like the Washington State Healthcare Authority among others with the aim of driving proactive and reactive interventions to improve healthcare outcomes.