Marc Triareau

Chief Financial Officer

My Why

My wife Ana and I are the proud parents of three rambunctious teenagers. They are a handful. A few years ago, one of our kids was diagnosed with a life threatening medical condition. Even in remission, the anxiety of a possible recurrence or complication is ever-present. My career has allowed me to experience several aspects of healthcare and technology, from interactive patient care in hospitals, to disease surveillance systems, to national health and wellness education programs. It means a lot to apply that experience to helping teens and families dealing with anxiety.

Marc Triareau was the former CFO at Eyewitness Surveillance, an established leader in remote interactive video surveillance and monitoring for a variety of fixed industrial facilities across the country. He previously held multiple CFO roles with a number of companies in the software, technology, and professional service sectors, including with Voxiva, a pioneer in the health and wellness member engagement space for Health Insurance firms; Diligence, an international investigations and consulting firm; Get Well Network, a U.S.–based interactive patient software firm; and Cataligent, an enterprise project management SaaS company.

Marc’s entry in the technology sector started as a Business Analyst at NEC, where he performed market research and evaluations of possible business models for NEC’s digital watermarking software. Marc started his career in currency and derivatives trading and hedge fund management in the Global Risk Management Services group at the Bank of New York.

Marc holds a Bachelor’s in Finance from the University of Connecticut, a Master’s in Finance from Colorado State University and an MBA from INSEAD in France. Marc serves on the board of GoodWeave International, a non-profit that combats childhood slavery, is a proud husband and father of two daughters and a son, all of whom join him in the karate studio.

Now Seeing Patients Ages 12-25

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Crisis Support:

Emergency: 911

Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: 988

National Hopeline Network: 1-800-SUICIDE (800-784-2433)

Crisis Text Line: Text “DESERVE” TO 741-741

Lifeline Crisis Chat (Online live messaging)

Self-Harm Hotline: 1-800-DONT CUT (1-800-366-8288)

Essential local and community services: 211

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