Dore Murphy is the director of growth and retention at Pager, a company which develops, markets and operates an app that allows users to specifically request board-certified doctors to a given location. By reducing the overhead costs seen in traditional healthcare settings, Pager has significantly lowered the cost of care for its users.
Previously, Dore served as the senior marketing lead at Sum, a health-orientated hardware and software group in New York, where she oversaw brand development, PR, strategic partnerships, and marketing plans and activities. She has also worked with the New York Times as marketing director in new digital products, and was awarded the New York Times Publisher’s Award for her work in optimizing growth in subscriptions to their mobile business model.
Dore attended Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York, where she obtained a bachelor of science in studio art for textile design and painting. Dore and her husband Zach (whom she recently married in Cold Spring, NY this July), live in New York.