Ross Mason’s work has crossed the country and crossed the globe, from Moscow to Silicon Valley, and back to Georgia, where he’s from originally. A lifelong adventurer, he loved climbing, diving, competing in triathlons, and was even certified as a NASCAR driver. In 2007, even after he suffered a C6 spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed from the neck down, that adventurous spirit wasn’t hindered by his paralysis. If anything, it propelled him to look more determinedly for ways to express that spirit for his own good, and for the good of the world. In the years since, he’s been part of healthcare innovations that are revolutionizing care for people – like his own injury – often find themselves staring at a broken healthcare system and looking for help.
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