Alexandra Philp Reeves is a Canadian entrepreneur and university student. At the age of sixteen, Alexandra founded emojiHEALTH, a startup working to connect teens to engaging health resources using the power of conversation and human-assisted AI.
emojiHEALTH has built an online presence with a Facebook Messenger bot that has reached over 50000 teens, engaging with them in over 1.8 million conversations about health and wellness. After winning Exponential Medicine’s ‘One to Watch’ award. Alexandra realized the commercial power of conversational solutions in healthcare and built conversationHEALTH to work with clients to develop consumer, patient, and HCP-facing bots. Entering her sophomore year at Stanford University, Alexandra is studying Science, Technology, and Society with a mission to make health simple and fun for people of all ages and backgrounds.
“By driving the paradigm shift from content to conversation, I am working to build a world where healthcare is on-demand, simple, and fun. When engaging with a health bot that contains the world’s highest quality information becomes as easy as texting a friend or family member, a healthier future is inevitable.”