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Dawn McEvoy

Adjunct Faculty


Dawn has worked for twenty years in the MedTech industry.  Her functional role has been at the intersection of healthcare administrators, providers, and industry, driving strategic development, adoption, and integration of innovative business models and novel biomedical technologies.   Her entrepreneurship and passion focused on identifying ways to bridge institutional silos in the health ecosystem and creating partnerships.   She has worked on innovation and growth projects with companies such as Covidien (now Medtronic), Johnson and Johnson, and most recently, a biomedical start-up for a non-invasive neuromodulation device.  Additionally, she has a history of identifying and guiding organizational strategies in new market segments and technology launches.  

Dawn earned her MBA at Indiana University, Kelley School of Business.  Her current academic interests are in the interplay of policy in the tech industry and how that impacts access to care in underserved communities.   She is currently pursuing a Masters in Public Affairs at Indiana University’s O’Neil School of Environmental and Public Affairs with a focus on Health policy