A clinician and a leader, Margot Langstaff is also a Harvard-educated, successful entrepreneur and an Army veteran. Margot is a managing partner and co-founder at LifeHealth. She utilizes her clinical and business acumen, along with a measure of corporate vision, to lead the organization into the future. Margot formalized the organization’s business model and successfully implemented certifications as a woman-owned small business, veteran-owned, and an 8(a) business.

She has spent her 35-year career in multiple areas of the health care system including serving in the military health care system as a medic in the U.S. Army and as the clinical manager of Yale New Haven’s Hospital Surgical Trauma Unit. She went on to manage and staff the first modern operating room/outpatient clinic in Haiti. Building on her business experience, she transitioned into sales and marketing of pharmaceuticals at Schering Plough and then went on to the clinical and business management of implantable medical devices at GoreTex® and Medtronic.

Margot is an M.B.A. graduate of Harvard Business School, and received a B.S.N. from the University of Connecticut. As a US Army veteran, she earned the distinction as the youngest enlistee to manage the organization’s largest outpatient clinic on the East Coast.