Member Since December 2020
Kiah co-founded SIRUM with Adam Kircher and George Wang, PhD to harness technology to reimagine medication access in the United States. Before SIRUM, Kiah helped create the Alliance Healthcare Initiative, a public-private partnership spearheaded by the American Heart Association and Clinton Foundation that engaged Fortune 500 companies to expand healthcare benefits for 2 million children. She proudly hails from West Philadelphia, and is deeply passionate about supporting under-resourced communities. Kiah earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from Stanford University, and her work at SIRUM has been recognized by Forbes’ 30-Under-30 and Marie Claire’s America’s 50 Most Influential Women features.
SIRUM uses technology to connect, prioritize and simplify various sources of medicine. We help safety-net clinics access this medicine for their patients. SIRUM is an innovative nonprofit organization committed to reducing barriers to health for underserved populations. Incubated at Stanford University, SIRUM draws from the academic and technology expertise of faculty and alumni to strengthen its impact and efficiency. SIRUM has become a leader in prescription drug donations, providing consulting and technical assistance to county governments, community clinics and multiple drug donor groups to establish redistribution programs.