National Minority Health Association
Burgess Harrison is a leading voice in the field of health equity. As the Executive Director and board member of the National Minority Health Association (NMHA), he brings a wealth of industry experience in homecare technology, electronic visit verification (EVV), telehealth, and telecommunications. He is a co-founder of companies such as StatChek, Inc. and Ankota LLC, and a former executive at American TeleCare. Burgess has also served as an adjunct professor of marketing at New York City College of Technology, bringing deep marketing and public relations experience to the organization. He has worked with PR guru Terrie Williams at her New York firm and has served in leadership roles in major corporations. He is a writer, panelist, and speaker on health equity and health tech on the national level, and has been recognized by Twin Cities Business Magazine as a notable Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion executive. Burgess holds an MBA from University of New Haven and a Diversity and Equity and Inclusion certificate from University of Southern Florida and is a Chronic Care Professional (CCP) and serves on the Board of Directors for Tradehome Shoes. He has also successfully secured funding from AWS and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative for the NMHA.