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Ahi, Michele Ellie


Ellie Ahi is an author, engineer, executive, CISO, investor, mother, wife, teacher, and mentor. She has more than 20 years of leadership experience in technology, business and in spotting emerging trends. Most recently, she founded and provided the architecture for a technology (MBiCircle) that provides AI Telehealth Platform for Doctors and Patients to connect and collaborate on healthcare Information. Before MBiCircle, Ellie co-founded technologies for different ways of probing and matching skills (IT and SoftSkills) as well as powering up those skills – this technology was acquired by a leading AI Knowledge company, WhoKnows Inc., back in 2016.

In recent years, she also has led Product Development (DevOps) at Strateq Health Corp. (an EHR company) as well PhoneTell Inc.(Mobile Search), which included building and managing multiple projects, teams and collaboration with third party technologies in the areas of Healthcare, EHR, MU Certifications (managed one in 2015), HIPPA , mobile application development, crowdsourcing, monetization and advertising.

Ellie has also spent more than 10 years as director and senior software engineering manager at a variety of innovative companies in the bay area, including SkyStream networks, a video over IP company, which was acquired by Cisco. She has strong product management skills with particular strength in understanding people, customers, and market requirements.


Adjunct professor - Santa Clara University – Engineering Graduate School - Global Technology management - Agile Development, since 2008

CIE Guest Speaker/Judge– Santa Clara University – Entrepreneurship/Internship Business Program, since 2010

Keiretsu Forum – Investor, Member software committee and Co-chair Education Committee since 2005


Stanford University | MSc Computer Science Security Program

Santa Clara University | MS Engineering

San Jose State University | BS Computer Science Engineering


solution distributed over Air or NeReceived ITL Best Product Award in ’01/’02 and Patents

Courses Taught

ENG 101, EMGT 358 and Lectured at Business School at SCU