It Starts with Happy, Healthy Employees
At Corestream®, we believe that the success of any organization relies on the overall wellness of its workforce, from physical and mental health to financial well being.
Corestream’s revolutionary platform is designed to remove barriers and streamline voluntary benefits administration. We aim to be a powerful tool in the arsenal of HR teams, brokers, vendors, and employees.
How We Got Here
Corestream’s Core Team
With more than 14 years of experience, Corestream co-founder Neil Vaswani is a true leader in the benefits industry. Prior to founding Corestream, Neil installed and managed voluntary benefits solutions for international organizations including Citigroup, GlaxoSmithKline, Applebee’s, and Wachovia. Neil graduated with a Bachelor’s in Entrepreneurship and Finance from Babson College.
Zach Malone has been operating at the intersection of technology and benefits for over a decade. Before Corestream, Zach built RiteHealth, a voluntary benefits service provider that supplied discounted health plans utilizing PPO networks. Zach also has significant financial experience—he previously worked as an investment banking analyst in New York. Zach is an alumnus of Southern Methodist University, where he graduated with a bachelor’s in Economics.
Corestream’s financial chief Adam Brothers began working in private equity and investment banking in 2000, when he participated in the sale of MessageClick, a startup he helped build. He has significant consulting experience in corporate development, mergers and acquisitions, and structured finance projects, and previously worked with Himalaya Capital, UBS Capital Americas, W2 Investments, and Agile Equity. Adam holds an MBA in Finance from the NYU Stern School of Business and a BA in History from Columbia.
As Chief Technical Officer, Brad Harris provides Corestream with indispensable strategic and technical guidance. Prior to working with Corestream, Brad helped organizations like Coca-Cola, Continental, GE, Boeing, and others develop, implement, and maintain key business systems. An expert in his field, Brad is often tapped to speak at HR technology events. Brad earned a bachelor’s in business administration from The University of Richmond.
Gwen Tormey began her career in management consulting at Bain & Company, and then moved into private equity investing at Golden Gate Capital in San Francisco. Gwen then pivoted into digital health when she founded Footstep Labs, a startup focused on physical therapy telehealth. She also previously worked with MyFitnessPal and Stride Health, health tech companies in the fitness and benefits industries. She has significant experience in business and product operations, strategy, finance, and M&A. Gwen holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a BS in Management Science & Engineering from Stanford.
Candy has been a member of the Corestream Executive Team for 10 years and has over 20 years of senior management experience in voluntary benefits, human resource management, customer service and client retention within several diverse markets. Prior to joining Corestream, Candy was the managing partner of MCFS and National Billing Inc. focusing on benefits and claims management, estate settlements and client representation for seniors and their families.