Meet our leadership
The 98point6 leadership team is comprised of industry veterans with extensive business, technology, medical and regulatory experience.
Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder
Robbie Cape passionately believes everyone deserves excellent, affordable primary care. With that in mind, he co-founded 98point6 in 2015 to harness the power of technology to improve both access and the quality of care.
Robbie’s 25-year career has centered around building consumer technology businesses and products, including founding Cozi Inc., where he served as CEO from its inception until it was acquired by Time Inc. in 2014. Under Robbie’s leadership, Cozi became the number one brand in the family technology category, with more than 14 million family members in 150 countries.
He spent the first 12 years of his career at Microsoft, where he led projects that included Microsoft Money, a program he ushered to profitability. Robbie holds a BS in engineering from Princeton University. He lives on Mercer Island with his wife, three children and their standard poodle Gingi.
Brad Younggren, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Brad Younggren, MD joined 98point6 in 2017, bringing nearly 20 years of experience working as a physician, most recently serving as chief medical officer at Cue. He also served as chief medical officer at Shift Labs and Mobisante. Brad still practices as an emergency physician at EvergreenHealth and is medical director of emergency preparedness, trauma and urgent care. He received his BA from UCLA and his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He has earned both a Bronze Star and the Combat Medic Badge for his service in Iraq as a United States Army physician. Brad enjoys traveling through Central America with his twin daughters and is passionate about designing global health solutions.
Chief Operating Officer
Fukiko Ogisu joined 98point6 in 2020, bringing more than 20 years of leadership experience in several different industries and functions. She previously served as chief people officer at Viacom, managing the company’s human resources organization and security services. Prior to that, she led product, user experience and service teams at Microsoft and worked as an editor at Encyclopædia Britannica and a reporter at Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun. She holds an MA in East Asian Languages and Civilizations from the University of Chicago and graduated from Duke University with a degree in Comparative Area Studies, Modern Russia and Japan. She currently lives in New York City with her two dogs, Penny and Rosie.
Chief Technology Officer
Damon Lanphear joined 98point6 in 2015, bringing more than 20 years of experience designing, building and operating software products. He thrives on driving innovation to radically improve the status quo and has focused his career on building large-scale, customer-centric, data-driven services. He served as vice president of engineering for Usermind and led an engineering team for Amazon’s Cloud Drive product. Additional companies on his executive leadership resume include Livemocha, Medio Systems, Exbiblio and RealNetworks. Damon holds a BA in computer science from Hamilton College. He balances the technological focus of his day job by running an organic farm and vineyard with his wife and two kids on Vashon Island.
Chief Financial Officer
Angelo Gray joined 98point6 in 2021, bringing more than a decade of finance leadership experience in the healthcare industry. Most recently, Angelo served as a regional chief financial officer for DaVita, one of the largest providers of kidney care services in the U.S., leading the finance function for the Northwest operating group. Prior to that, he was a vice president in the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs, executing financings and M&A transactions for corporate clients across various subsectors of healthcare. Angelo graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a BS in mechanical engineering, and received his MBA from Columbia Business School. He currently lives in Seattle with his wife, daughter and French bulldog, Henri.
Chief Marketing Officer
Sam Bergin joined 98point6 in 2016, bringing 20 years of experience in product marketing, customer acquisition, engagement, product launches and brand development. She previously served as vice president of marketing at Cozi Inc., which was acquired by Time Inc. Under her leadership, Cozi became one of the top 10-grossing productivity apps in both iTunes and Google Play. Sam also worked in product management at Amazon, Microsoft and Visio Corporation. She holds a BA in business from the University of Maryland and an MBA in marketing from Wake Forest University. Sam is originally from Brazil and is a competitive equestrian in the sport of three-day eventing.
Chief Product Officer
Rob Schwietzer joined 98point6 in 2017, bringing with him more than 20 years of leadership experience in product development, design, customer support and operations. His resume includes global tier one companies Deloitte, McKinsey & Company and Amazon, where he spent more than half of his eleven years scaling the Prime program to more than tens of millions worldwide. Rob earned a BS in computer and electrical engineering from UCLA, followed by an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Rob, his wife and two kids are avid soccer players and Sounders fans.
Tori Lallemont, JD, MPH
Tori Lallemont, JD, MPH joined 98point6 in 2015, with nearly a decade of legal practice experience focusing on all aspects of healthcare privacy and security, FDA regulations and clinical trials. Prior to 98point6, she served as a regulatory attorney for Quorum Review IRB, as counsel for Western IRB and as a regulatory analyst for the Seattle Children’s IRB. Tori is also a specialist regarding pharmaceutical and device development and pediatric research. She holds a JD and an MPH from the University of Washington. Tori loves to garden and lives in Seattle in a 1927 Dutch Colonial home with her husband and their toddler son.
Chief Commercial Officer
Jay Burrell joined 98point6 in 2020, bringing more than 25 years of leadership experience at some of the world’s most successful companies, with a focus on leveraging transformative technology trends. Most recently, Jay was the SVP of Digital Technology for GE Healthcare. He also served as the Global Vice President of the IBM Cloud and was the General Manager of the Microsoft Communications Sector. Jay has a BS from St. Michael’s College and an MBA from the University of Dallas. Married with three adult children, Jay lives in the Seattle area but spends as much time as practical in his happy place: Sun Valley, Idaho.