Headquartered in New York, NY at Johnson & Johnson’s JLABS in the NY Genome Center
Executive Officers include: Susan Bratton, Founder and CEO, Jessica Iannotta, COO, Jenny Blackham, VP, Business Development
Board of Directors include: Susan Bratton, CEO and Founder, Jan Berger,MD, Aafia Chaudhry,MD, Jim Patrick, and L. Peter Smith
Partners include: AICR, CancerCare, Cancer Support Community, LIVESTRONG, LUNGevity, NIH, and ONDPG
Marquee clients include: Bayer, Celgene, Merck, and Pfizer
Accelerator: Johnson & Johnson’s JLABS
Susan Bratton, CEO, and Jessica Iannotta, COO, speak nationally about the role of proper nutrition in cancer treatment. They have appeared at:
- Cancer Moonshot, Washington DC
- Institute of Medicine Summit on Cancer Nutrition
- Lake Nona Impact Forum
- AARP Health Innovation @50+ Live Pitch
- Harvard Medical School
- Lungevity Hope Summit
- The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition Conference
- The National Lymphedema Network International Conference
- National Women’s Survivors Convention
- IIR Oncology Management Summit
- Women’s Cancers Ovarian Cancer Survivors Course
- National Ovarian Cancer Coalition Annual Summit
- OMG! East Nutrition and Wellness Panel
- ePharma Summit
Susan Bratton, Founder & CEO
Susan founded Savor Health after a career on Wall Street where as an investment banker she represented early and growth stage healthcare services and insurance companies. Susan is committed to, and speaks nationally on, the importance of making proper nutrition and evidence-based nutrition resources available to cancer patient and their concerned families.
Cancer starves the body of nutrition.
We use nutrition to fight back.
Jessica Iannotta, COO
Jessica is a RD CSO, having studied at Cornell University and University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (the now Rutgers University) and completed her dietetic internship at NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center. Jessica has worked in inpatient and outpatient oncology settings since 2001 in the North Shore-LIJ Health System.
When everything else seems out of control during a cancer diagnosis, nutrition is one thing that can be controlled.
Cary Jardin, Chief Technology Architect
Mr. Jardin is a successful serial entrepreneur, having sold IPivot to Intel in 1999 for $500 million and having raised $15.2 million for NextGig Inc. His research created a breakthrough in parallel data processing which led to a $275 Million technology acquisition by Microsoft. Mr. Jardin holds a B.S in Computer Science, has over 24 patents and patent applications, has written several books, and has spoken at a wide variety of association meetings and conferences.
Savor Health has given me the opportunity to apply over 30 years of development and computer science experience to help people. Through the use of machine learning, natural language processing, and an expert system built from the knowledge within Savor Health we have created an Intelligent Nutrition Assistant to guide cancer patients to the solution that best meets their unique nutritional needs.
Jon Bond, CMO
Jon Bond was Co-Founder and CEO of Kirshenbaum Bond and Partners (KBP). KBP was the first to develop the modern multi-disciplinary, integrated agency. He was CEO of Big Fuel (now part of Publicis) and co-founded and sold one of the first online media agencies (iballs) to Microsoft. Currently, Jon is founder and Chief Tomorroist at TOMORRO\\\. In 2010, Jon was voted number 4 in Adweek’s “Executive of the Decade” poll.
There is no better example of doing good = good business than Savor Health. It’s an especially rare privilege for a marketing person to use their skills to help people.
The Meals to Heal Cookbook
Written by CEO and Founder, Susan Bratton, and COO and oncology-credentialed registered dietitian, Jessica Iannotta, the Meals to Heal Cookbook answers the question “What should I eat?” Friends and family are eager to show their support through food, but often find themselves at a loss as to what to cook, due to cancer’s numerous nutritional side effects.
The Meals to Heal Cookbook addresses a wide range of cancer side effects and provides 150 recipes for healthy meals that are safe for cancer patients — and still delicious for the whole family. Eating should be a social celebration and the Meals to Heal Cookbook is designed to bring cancer patients back to the table.
For press inquiries, please contact Susan Bratton at 212-521-4324.