Trevor Price is an entrepreneur, changemaker and consummate connector of people and ideas. He is the Founder and Chairman of Oxeon — a trusted healthcare firm that is powering change through talent, entrepreneurship and investment — where he spent 11 years as CEO. In building Oxeon, Trevor pioneered a first-of-its-kind business model that combines executive search, investment and company creation. His vision — to ignite transformation in healthcare by building exceptional leadership teams, creating new companies and investing in game-changing concepts — became a reality with the creation of Oxeon, which, today, is improving the lives of millions of Americans.
Trevor also is Founder and General Partner at Town Hall Ventures, an opportunity-focused investment firm that backs businesses that serve the most vulnerable Americans. He is a trusted adviser, particularly on human capital and growth strategies, to the top CEOs and to Venture and Private Equity investors who are igniting change in healthcare through investments in high-growth, innovative companies. These include Evolent Health, Landmark Health, Iora Health, VillageMD, Privia Health, Oak Street Health and Signify Health, among others. He is the Co-founder of Eleanor Health, Hopscotch Health, Quilted Health, Docent Health and other Oxeon Venture Studio companies.
Trevor is an Adjunct Professor of Health Care Entrepreneurship at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He serves as Board Chair of Hopscotch Health, as a board member of both Quilted Health and GA Foods, and as a board observer at several other companies. He also is on the boards of Maimonides Health in Brooklyn and Prep for Prep, an organization that supports high-potential youth of color in New York City. He is the Co-founder and former Co-host of “A Healthy Dose,” a podcast in partnership with Steve Kraus of Bessemer Venture Partners, which showcases the people and ideas behind transformation in healthcare.
Trevor graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and currently lives in New York City — even though he is a Red Sox fan — with his wife, Megan, and their kids Charlie, Tess and Catie, also Red Sox fans.