Our Leadership

The CoSo Health leadership team is redefining healthcare logistics. Our team brings extensive experience in healthcare supply chain management, global distribution, centralized warehousing, customized redistribution, and data-driven inventory management. Our advisors have a wealth of global healthcare expertise, including serving as Acting Surgeon General of the US Army, breakthrough innovations in biopharma and stem cell research plus decades in domestic and international shipping. Our healthcare logistics experts are ready to help you solve just about any challenge, large or small. Contact us today >



Founder and CEO, Jae is a veteran in logistics and proven leader that has taken numerous companies from startup ideation to multi-million dollar enterprise. CoSo Health is the culmination of his experience in logistics, supply chain management, sourcing, and product development providing customized logistics solutions to clinical trials, hospitals and medical practices, schools, and more. During the COVID pandemic, CoSo Health pivoted quickly to help its customers secure critical medical supplies and has disrupted the traditional healthcare supply chain model to provide an end-to-end logistics solution that can be relied on.

Before starting CoSo Health, Jae was CEO and cofounder of RuMe, designing and distributing environmentally friendly, functional, everyday consumer products. RuMe was in over 3,000 stores nationwide, including all Target stores, The Container Store, and select Whole Foods. From 2015-2017, RuMe was a top five fastest-growing company in Colorado and featured on the Inc. 5000 list for 2017.

Previously, Jae was executive vice president of LEI where he specialized in sourcing and supply chain management in Asia and Europe and worked in product marketing at Champion International Corporation. He began his career at the CIA as an operations analyst, directorate of operations, central eurasian division, where the Director of Central Intelligence twice awarded him the Exceptional Performance Award.

Jae earned his BSBA in Marketing from Georgetown University and MBA at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.



Chris Longacre is the managing director of CoSo Health. She brings over 20 years of experience as an attorney and government affairs professional. She started her career working for the Chair of the New York State Assembly‚Äôs Corporations and Authorities Committee. Chris has worked in many different industries including the auto, beer, and sports entertainment industries. Some of her positions include National Manager of Government Affairs of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and Director at the New York Yankees. Over the past five years, Chris has worked in the healthcare industry for hospitals in the space of liability, serving as Executive Director of Coloradans Protecting Patient Access. 

Chris is a graduate of the University of Colorado, Boulder and the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.  She is an active member of the New York State Bar and is General Reporting Initiative (GRI) certified. 



Tony Diaz is the Chief Technology Officer at CoSo Health. He brings over 20 years of systems development, business development, and project management experience to the team. Tony began online development in ecommerce, helping to design proprietary software focused on the catalog industry. He is the founder and President of Diaz Consulting, Inc., a development and consulting firm focused on offline/online business integration and streamlining. Tony’s experience in ecommerce development allows him to leverage a deep understanding of the front-end, consumer experience for B2B and data management solutions.

Tony is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara, with a BA in Philosophy.



Major General Pollock is a two-star General who retired in 2008 after 36 years of service in the US Army. She held the position of Acting Surgeon General of the US Army. Major General Pollock was the first woman and the first non-physician to serve in this role in any of the military services of the United States. In this capacity, Major General Pollock was responsible for a worldwide 24/7 medical operation with a budget of $9.7 billion and a staffing complement of approximately 6,500 people.


Keith Burge has 42 years of diverse business experience founding, developing, and operating high-growth firms ranging from startups to NASDAQ publicly traded companies in the healthcare, technology, and energy industries. Keith founded and operated six companies and currently serves as director of business development for Vitro Biopharma. The company is a provider of stem cell research and therapeutic products and has currently filed with the FDA for a Phase 1 Clinical Trial for Mesenchymal Stem Therapy for COVID-19 patients.

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