About our platform
UzObi, Inc. is the first health technology company to specialize in providing ethically guided values-based health care decision-making tools to patients through their providers, insurers and hospital systems. UzObi empowers patients to have their identities and voices at the center of all health care decisions from routine, emergency to end of life medical decisions.
What we provide
A values-based digitized Medical BLUEPRINT for patients, caregivers and anyone planning for the future
On-demand, simplified, personalized medical decision making tools
Virtual consultations from industry-leading clinical ethicists
Education and policy evaluation opportunities
Proven professionals poised to review, evaluate and consult on existing medical decisions to ensure high value ethical practice for patient, providers, and hospital systems
Secure and private platform only shared with the permission of the patient or authorized caregiver
Get to know our team of experts
Dr. Sederstrom, Ph.D., MPH, MA, FCCP, FCCM
Co-Founder and CEO
Dr. Nneka Sederstrom received her BA in Philosophy from George Washington University in 2001. She began her career at the Center for Ethics at Medstar Washington Hospital Center in Washington DC the same year. She completed her Masters in Philosophy and Public Policy from Howard University in 2003 and proceeded to begin her PhD studies in Medical Sociology and Race, Class, and Gender Inequalities at the same university.
After beginning her PhD studies, she was made Director of the Center for Ethics and Director of the Spiritual Care Department. She proceeded to hold these positions until she left to join Children’s Minnesota in March 2016 where she served as the Director of the Clinical Ethics Department for almost 5 years. She has recently joined the executive leadership team at Hennepin Healthcare System as the new Chief Health Equity Officer where she will lead efforts in addressing health disparities, equity, and antiracism in the institution and community. Her PhD is in Sociology with concentrations in Medical Sociology and Race, Class, and Gender Inequality, MPH in Global Health Management, and MA in Philosophy.
She is a member of several professional societies and holds a leadership position in CHEST Medicine and the Society of Critical Care Medicine. She is a Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians and a Fellow of the American College of Critical Care Medicine. She is widely published in Equity and Clinical Ethics and speaks regularly at national and international meetings.
Dr. Serge-Alain Wandji, Ph.D., MS, MS
Co-Founder, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer
Dr. Wandji is a co-founder, President and CEO of DiaspoCare, LLC, a startup in healthcare delivery and digital payments. He was recently vice president of strategy, business development and innovation at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. Prior to that, Dr. Wandji was senior intellectual asset manager at Cargill, senior intellectual property associate for Colgate Palmolive Company, assistant director of technology development and assistant professor in the department of pharmacology at Penn State College of Medicine, where he co-founded Verefi Technology, a startup that developed surgical simulators.
Dr. Wandji was a co-founder and COO of NextPakk, a last-mile package delivery service secured with blockchain technology and is currently Chair of the board of Agricycle Global and a member of the steering committee of ScaleHealth.
Bachelor’s degree in animal science, Master’s degree in neurophysiology and PhD in physiology from Laval University, Quebec. Post-doctoral fellow in bio-medical sciences at Cornell University and Master’s degree in technology management from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business and School of Engineering.
Dr. Benjamin A. Moses, MD, MS, FCCP
Co-Founder, and Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Moses is a regionally and nationally recognized expert on end of life care in the ICU, leading the charge to improve equity in end of life care delivery through our novel, patent-pending digital directive model. He is committed to improving the human experience inside and outside the hospital, and delivering critical insights when your values matter most.
He is also a husband and father of two gifted and beautiful children, as well as a 10-year Army veteran with a demonstrated history of excellence in military and civilian medicine. Having achieved board certification in both Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, he has published research and lectured broadly on the intersection of surgical critical care and end of life care.
A passionate leader, Dr. Moses trained at Johns Hopkins Hospital, UVA Medical Center, Tulane University School of Medicine, Georgetown University, and Goucher College.
Co-Founder, and Chief of Communications and Marketing
Stan Alleyne is recognized nationally as a highly effective communications professional working for social change through strategic communications, new technology and creative partnerships. Stan has gained a strong reputation as a leader who effectively advises and supports CEOs and other C-suite leaders solve problems and communicate effectively to diverse audiences.
Before opening his own consulting agency, Stan worked as a senior consultant for Tunheim, a Minneapolis-based communications consulting firm that specializes in business strategy, public relations and public affairs. While at Tunheim, Stan focused on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, nonprofit organizations, philanthropic foundations, and public education.
Prior to consulting, Stan served as chief of communications for Minneapolis Public Schools and director of communications for two school districts in North Carolina. As the National School Public Relations Association’s former Vice President of Diversity Engagement, Stan led colleagues across the country in the creation of the organization’s first diversity, equity and inclusion toolkit which continues to be used by school communication professionals, superintendents, and other education leaders across the country.