Company Overview

Intelimas BioSci is an original equipment manufacturer of some of the medical and surgical devices that are indispensable parts of the healthcare ecosystem. Our manufacturing philosophy in developing clinician and patient-centric devices and solutions in addition to commodities is scalable capacity thoughtfully managed for flexibility while meeting stringent regulatory industry oversight and technical requirements.

We maintain warehousing and logistics capabilities facilitating up to 90 days inventory of products for nationwide distribution as well as to serve the requirements of New England regional clients, on-demand. We have forged strategic partnership with two of the largest industry distributors to execute delivery of our products into the marketplace at maximum cost and time efficiencies.

At the center of our corporate responsibility is our emphasis on regulatory compliance in the development and marketing of our products to promote the protection of clinicians and other healthcare workers as well as quality patient care.


At all levels of our organization, we are committed to enriching the workplace through the pursuit of diversity in building a most skilled team of contributing professionals.

We subscribe to the view that the organization is strengthened by an engaged workforce that broadly resembles the communities we serve and for whom engagement within the context of cultural sensitivities is virtually second nature.


The company is comprised of a combination of experienced clinical, business, and legal professionals who are devoted to our undertaking of delivering distinct value for our stakeholders in a manner that strictly adheres regulatory guidelines.




Deborah C. Enos is an executive leader with a proven track record of achievement growing, developing and managing complex, multifaceted organizations. She currently serves as a professional board member and advisor for several diverse organizations and is a champion for healthcare, social and economic equity and justice. Ms. Enos formerly served as President & CEO of Neighborhood Health Plan, successfully leading and growing the $2B organization over 10 years, shaping it into an influential player in Massachusetts and as a model nationwide. During her tenure, NHP’s membership grew from 135,000 to over 350,000, serving both public-funded and commercial members, and was named a “top ten” Medicaid plan in the country for six consecutive years by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).

Ms. Enos received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Dartmouth College and her Master of Science degree in Health Policy and Management from the Harvard School of Public Health.



Richard Taylor is a strategist, connector, and seasoned real estate developer who currently holds dual professional assignments as the Chairman of the Taylor Smith Group where he manages multiple real estate business entities including a development company and their real estate commercial brokerage company. Simultaneously, he serves as the Founding Director of the Center for Real Estate at Suffolk University. His current positions have leveraged his corporate business interests, his civic engagement activities and his public service. After graduating from Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School, he began his career at the Boston Consulting Group before eventually migrating into a role of Division Vice President at Fidelity Investments. Richard is presently a Co-Developer of the Omni Boston Seaport Hotel with The Davis Companies and hospitality guru Robin Brown.

In addition to a JD and an MBA from Harvard University, Richard obtained a bachelor’s from Boston University (where he became the first Rhodes Scholar in the history of the university), and a master’s degree from University of Oxford. He was awarded the Honorary Doctor of Engineering Technology by Wentworth Institute of Technology and the Honorary Doctor of Public Service from Bridgewater State College.

Richard served on the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, as a Trustee of both Boston University and Cambridge College, and an Overseer of Wentworth Institute of Technology in addition to a lifetime of service with the NAACP and involvement with the Urban League.



Michael P O’Leary grew up in Framingham. He received an AB cum laude from Harvard, and after 2 years of study in France went to George Washington University School of Medicine where he received an MD and the Harvard School of Public Health, where he received an MPH. Following residency in urologic surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital he was awarded a position as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholar at the University of California, San Francisco, where he was a Fellow at the Institute for Health Policy Studies, and Stanford Univ Graduate School of Business Administration.

He is currently Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, and Senior Surgeon, and Director of Men’s Health at Brigham And Women’s Hospital, Boston. He also is on staff at the Indian National Health Services Hospital on the Navajo Reservation, Shiprock New Mexico where he volunteers annually.

He has been a member of the Board of Governors of the Boston Athletic Association for 15 years and has been a past President. He currently serves as Board Chair. He was formerly on the Board of Health of the Town of Dedham for 19 years and was Chair for 5 of those.




Keith Alex Greenaway is co-founder and a managing director of the company. From an initial professional career as Corporate Finance and Mergers & Acquisitions legal specialist, Alex has emerged as a transformational strategy, corporate development, and finance leader who has devoted the past several years to helping a cross-section of companies solve issues, create value, and entrench a culture of growth and constant improvement.Notably, he has represented and partnered with multinational organizations in constructing finance strategies for implementation in the financial centers of London, Zurich, Switzerland and Hong Kong, S.A.R.

Prior to this, Greenaway established a legal career at National and international firms in New York and Boston where he represented venture capitalists, investment banks, private equity companies, as well as corporations in negotiating and structuring elements of mergers and acquisitions and the full panoply of financing transactions inclusive of Initial Public Offerings and periodic SEC filings.

He holds a B.A. from Boston College and a Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center.



Mr. Charles Mwangi is co-founder and a managing director of the company. Mwangi has been a small business entrepreneur for over twenty-five years and has been an entrepreneur in the logistics industry for the past fifteen years transporting a variety of medical and pharmaceuticals products and supplies, as well as serving as a vendor in the non-emergency human ambulatory transportation sector. Over the course of the last five years, Mwangi, in his capacity as founder and CEO, built this organization, CCRG, into one of the largest vendors servicing enrolled members of the Massachusetts’ Human Services Transportation in Metropolitan Boston.

Having made numerous observations of systemic flaws in the management and deployment of medical transportation services, Mwangi led CCRG to be one of the early companies in the design and implementation of software which resulted in multi-facetted benefits and operating efficiencies of timeliness, cost reductions, real-time mapping, and enhanced quality of rider experiences.



Kelly Blanchette is an administrator and manager with a long history of customer service support and partnering with company leaders to ensure administrative functionality and contribute to fulfilling the mission of the corporation. After nearly one decade in accounting, payroll systems processing and analysis, and more than two decades in the transportation sector as a project coordinator, supervisor, and manager in connection with multiple agency state contracts, Kelly has developed an appreciation for the indispensability of independent units of people working cohesively to realize company objectives and exceed customer expectations.

Kellyann studied accounting and business management at Mount Wachusett Community College. She has sixteen years as a supervisor, and eighteen years as a manager in accounting and multiple contract management.



Hiram is a passionate technologist with a career spanning over 15 years. His journey in tech began while working at MIT’s Dept. of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and concurrently pursuing his degree across the river at BU.

Progressing from this foundational experience, Hiram transitioned into supporting IT Infrastructure for a prominent pharmaceutical client. In this capacity, he redefined conventional perceptions of IT by cultivating genuine partnerships and treating internal divisions with the same consideration usually reserved for white-gloved clients.

Subsequently, he moved into the realm of IT Consulting for startups. Often, as one of the first engineers on the ground, he played a crucial role in shaping the initial reputation of West Coast companies seeking an East Coast presence. Hiram’s expertise has impacted diverse sectors including hedge funds, venture capital, private equity and biotech firms where he has adeptly managed complex IT Solutions with grace. He intends to bring that knowledge and that same grace to an operational role.

Hiram holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Boston University.



Kimberly Allen is a seasoned healthcare professional with a passion for strategic thinking, data-driven decision-making and building authentic relationships. She excels in scaling business, care delivery, clinical operations and value-based initiatives. With 24 years of experience across various healthcare roles, including biotechnology and medical devices, care delivery (spanning acute and non-acute settings) risk-based contracting, professional services, and consulting, Kimberly has earned numerous awards for her leadership in sales and operations. Her unique background in healthcare and creative problem-solving approach has made her an expert in addressing complex issues, particularly in social determinants of health, care transitions and driving positive health outcomes and strong key performance indicators.

Outside of her professional life, Kimberly serves on the Board of Ambassadors for the American Cancer Society of Middle Tennessee’s Discovery Ball. She cherishes spending quality time with her family, friends and two small dogs.

Kimberly Allen is a dedicated professional committed to driving positive change in the healthcare industry through her expertise and servant leadership.

Kimberly holds a M.S. in Speech Language Pathology from Vanderbilt University and a B.A. of Music in Vocal Performance from Middle Tennessee State University.


A priority is to maintain a base of operations reasonably close to the communities of patients most in need of our services and products to encourage consistent utilization and patient follow-throughs which enhance positive outcomes.