novitacare makes it easier for caregivers to manage and coordinate health information with their family members.

Our Mission

There is nothing more important than family. After experiencing the broken health care system first-hand during times of need, we created a solution to unify the caregiving experience. We want you to focus on your love ones and create memories, leave managing the redundant tasks to us. Watch this video to see more.


Brandi March

Brandi March is the Founder of novitacare, leading the team in exploring new ways to solve complex problems within the healthcare system while bringing her vision and direction for the company. It was her personal experience serving as a caregiver for her mother that lead to the ideas and concepts, which founded novitacare. She has a passion for helping others and continues to empower people to become their own advocates. In her spare time, she volunteers with Code for Atlanta to work on civic-minded projects to improve the community.


Trevor Barzee

Trevor Barzee displayed an innate talent for art and design at a very young age. Throughout the years, a variety of niches wherein design took center stage have included industries such as architecture, automotive, yachting, aviation and most recently healthcare.

Trevor currently resides in Romania with his wife Irina. He spends his time working with various tech startups and digital entrepreneurs around the world who are on a mission to make the world a better place.


Joseph Reed

Joseph Reed has been working as a database professional for 20 years. He has worked ten years in the marketing industry, seven years in the healthcare publishing industry and three years in the automobile industry. During this time he has worked as a Programmer, Data Analyst, Business Analyst, SQL Developer, Software Engineer and now as a Data Engineer. In his spare time, he enjoys working with Code For Atlanta to help solve civic issues utilizing open source tools and helping create open data.


Ian Hathaway

Ian Hathaway comes from a prestigious family of entrepreneurs, and is a motivated entrepreneur himself. Ian attended Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida and has consulted for a host of popular brands around the US and Internationally in regards to marketing. Located in Atlanta, Georgia, Ian is a member of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and he is actively involved in his community.


Colin Hill

Colin Hill is an entrepreneurial attorney with, business entity formation, contracts, funding, deal structuring, securities, and corporate compliance experience. He received his LLM in Law and Entrepreneurship from the Duke School of Law in 2014 and his J.D. from the Cumberland School of Law in 2013. His passion is creating and working with entrepreneurs, companies, and organizations focused on creating positive social change.


Dave Black

Dave Black is a former Apple Solutions Architect and previous Brand Innovation Manager at IHG.

Dave is a full-stack designer and technologist with years of experience leading product with various consumer-facing startups such as Thingsly, Maintainables, and connected vehicle platform Hustlebox.


Louise Chang

Louise Chang, MD is a graduate of Stanford University and New York Medical College and the Founder & CEO of HealthySmartsMD. She is committed to health advocacy and champions the efforts of people with chronic conditions to live better lives.

She is an adjunct assistant professor of medicine at Emory University and volunteers at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, GA. Prior to HealthySmartsMD, she was Senior Medical Editor of WebMD and WebMD Magazine.


Darren Neuberger

Darren Neuberger grew up in a very athletic family where he gained his competitive edge, especially being the smallest among his brothers and peers. His three brothers were his motivation to excel at all things sports related and he wanted to prove that he could play with the big kids. He has carried on this competitive edge throughout his entire life and it's the reason he's been able to overcome many challenges. His toughest challenge was on August 5, 2003 when he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia at the age of 34. Surviving cancer was the wake up call for him in many ways. These days, he is inspired to help others overcome obstacles that hold them back.


Marques Ogden

Marques Ogden is a 2002 graduate of Howard University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance with emphasis on construction and cost accounting and was also part of their NCAA Division I Football Team.

In 2005, Ogden participated in a program through the University of Southern California on project development and construction developed specifically for NFL players hoping to diversify after their football career.