Tory Cenaj is the founder and publisher of Partners in Digital Health. The portfolio forecasts, shapes and reflects market potential, innovation, and research, blazing trials and igniting zeitgeist for blockchain technology and telehealth sectors in healthcare. Tory launched the world’s first breakthrough peer reviewed journal disseminating distributed ledger technology research and innovations in the healthcare marketplace – Blockchain in Healthcare Today (BHTY). She is also the publisher of Telehealth and Medicine Today (TMT) peer reviewed journal and curates the companion Converge2Xcelerate (ConV2X) annual conference and Pitch Competition.
She has been named as female leader in blockchain in the Introducer Magazine, making the international roster of blockchain female game changers in 2019 (https://view.joomag.com/the-introducer-volume-11/0508448001544981706/p8?short) and again in 2020 as the Top 101 Women in blockchain and cryptocurrency in the world for evidence based journalism (https://www.cryptocurryclub.com/100-women-in-blockchain-report). In 2019, she was invited to join the US Business and Innovation Delegation to the Republic of Kosovo.
Tory is a sought after speaker presenting insights into future innovations in healthcare, editor & author and has been interviewed on podcasts + radio shows and has co-authored several papers with global thought-leaders in the field of blockchain. She has advised healthcare startups, students and women in business. She spearheads the PDH portfolio and growth including two dozen worldwide ambassador chapters, global licensing and is executive advisor to IEEE SA decentralized clinical trials and telehealth work group initiatives.
Ms. Cenaj has established a reputation for integrity and innovation as a recognized new independent academic publisher. BHTY and TMT journals are widely-read and frequently-cited in academia, by the media and bloggers. She is a graduate of Smith College and the New York School of Interior Design. Tory’s passion is harnessing breakthrough innovations in the health communications and technology landscapes. She’s inspired by the hope and change discoveries bring health communities worldwide – especially if they provide affordable, quality care and cure.