Yonatan Adiri, is the CEO and Founder of Healthy.io – the first company to receive FDA class II approval for a smartphone enabled urine test. He was selected by TIME Magazine as one of the 50 most influential people in healthcare in 2018.
At the early age of 26, Yonatan was entrusted by the President of Israel, Shimon Peres, as the country’s first Chief Technology Officer and steered the countries technological diplomacy with his counterparts in world capitals. In his role, Adiri led Israel’s tech-diplomacy with heads of state from the White House in Washington to the Blue House in Korea. He was also responsible for the President’s long-term agenda on transformative technologies such as Neuroscience, Immunotherapy, Stem Cells and Bioinformatics. As part of his service, Yonatan participated in the inaugural class (2009) of Singularity University’s GSP program – where he co-founded “the AirBnB of Cars,” GetAround, and was selected as class President.
His leadership in the technology and diplomacy sphere was recognized by the World Economic Forum who, at the age of 30, selected him as one of the 100 “Young Global Leaders” list and recently chose Healthy.io as a member of the select “Tech Pioneer” group that includes the likes of Google, Uber, DropBox, Kickstarter and more. He’s a frequent contributor to leading media outlets such as CNBC, BBC Wired Magazine and the Financial Times and has recently debated (Davos, 2017) the macro trends of technology and economic inequality alongside Nobel Laureates Robert Shiller and Angus Deaton.