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Natalie May (Ho, 2008)

2024 Young Alumnae Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Natalie May (Ho, 2008) is the Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Roam Technologies, an Australian-owned medical device company comprising scientists, clinicians and engineers who are solving one of the world’s biggest health problems. Roam Technologies’ first innovation, JUNO, the smallest and most portable oxygen concentrator worldwide, is the first part of their plan to improve the lives of millions of people living with respiratory illness.

At Roam Technologies, Natalie’s influential leadership at has been the inspiration behind the initiatives that have played a pivotal role in the remarkable early success of the company. She has been a key driver in the raising of $2.5 million in funding for the company to date.

As one of the principal players in Roam Technologies’ expansion into the USA market, Natalie’s strategic expertise and keen identification of opportunities led to heightened brand visibility and the emergence of new partnership opportunities. She has also continued to foster collaborations and partnerships within the Australian healthcare sector; exemplified by Roam Technologies’ ongoing partnership with St George Hospital.

Natalie has an ability to translate technical needs into market requirements and align them with clinical necessities. This has led to Roam Technologies being able to facilitate a more targeted and commercially viable approach to product development.

Under Natalie’s strategic guidance, Roam Technologies has garnered interest from key industry players such as Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Niterra, Teijin, and ResMed. The surge in collaboration opportunities from recognised industry leaders underscores Natalie’s exceptional effectiveness in fostering valuable connections, thereby elevating the company’s standing in the competitive healthcare landscape. Significantly, these potential partnerships have materialised without the aid of PR/Comms; a testament to the efficacy of Natalie’s strategy in positioning the company for success.

In nominating Natalie, former Alumnae Award winner and Roam Technologies CEO and Founder, ShanShan Wang (2008) said she ‘wholeheartedly endorse Natalie Ho for a Young Alumnae Award. Natalie’s outstanding achievements and the inspiration they provide to our current students to ‘Dare to be More’ serves as a shining example of determination, innovation, and leadership; embodying the spirit of MLC School’s commitment to excellence.’

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