About Team Lionheart.

In 2010, Bowers’ three-month-old son, Lion, underwent a life-saving heart transplant – which resulted in a daily care schedule complicated by numerous medications and medical checkpoints.

Bowers believed technology could be the key to improving the complexities of medical caregiving. With the support of a dedicated business and development team, she created a “truly collaborative” mobile and web application to improve patients’ ability to manage chronic health conditions. “The Lionheart app doesn’t simply track and store important medical information,” explains Bowers, “it empowers patients and their providers through data.” Through features such as medication management and collaborative scheduling – designed to address daily medical demands, and better inform providers – Lionheart eases the burden of patients and their caregivers. “With Lionheart, users can live again.”

Tammy Bowers

Tammy Bowers

CEO

Tammy founded Lionheart Innovations to solve her needs in caring for her son Lion following his heart transplant, as well as those of all patients and caretakers. Tammy has dedicated her career to developing solutions for patients and their advocates.

Isabel Bolger

Isabel Bolger

Intern

Isabel is a highly motivated senior who is very excited to have her first internship at Lionheart. She plans on majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Business once she gets to college. In her free time she enjoys baking, playing tennis, and volunteering.
Drew Allison

Drew Allison

CTO

Drew studied Computer Science with an emphasis in Animation at Brigham Young University. His professional focus is mobile application and server development, and he has held lead interface designer roles with several ventures.

Joseph Bowers

Joseph Bowers

GM

With over 10 years experience managing projects and teams among a range of financial and technical businesses, Joseph brings his fundraising and management acumen to the Lionheart Innovations team.

Tara Bennett

Tara Bennett

Social Manager

Tara has focused her career on improving families’ access to public services, including Syracuse, Utah’s Chloe’s Sunshine Playground, an accessible park.