Robbie Felton ’22

Public Health

Robbie is a senior concentrating in public health from Ann Arbor, Michigan. He has been involved in activities at the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship since his sophomore year when he founded Intus Care with three of his classmates. Since then, he has gone on to win the Brown Venture Prize (2019) and was a Breakthrough Lab cohort member. As a student-entrepreneur, he has raised over $2 million in venture capital funding, landed major corporate partnerships, and successfully scaled a digital health platform to thousands of patients and providers. Robbie was recently a Digital Health Fellow at the New England Medical Innovation Center and the winner of the Black Venture Capital Consortium Competition. Earlier in his entrepreneurial career, he and his team won MassChallenge RI and were selected to be on Rhode Island Inno’s Under 25 list. At Brown, he spent his time as the President of the Class of 2021 Coordinating Board, a varsity football player, and an active member of the Brown community on various university committees.