Paula Muller
Founder

Paula Muller, Founder of Sociavi, has a lifelong passion for technology applied to healthcare, starting with her M.S. in Biomedical Engineering in Chile working with blind people, then her work in Switzerland analyzing EEGs to prevent epileptic attacks, followed by her Ph.D. and Post-doc work at Rutgers with Parkinson patients, and most recently at Authentidate with Telehealth products and services.

Paula has a vast experience in technology and software development through her engineering positions at several companies like Sirus|XM satellite radio, Net-Scale Technologies and Authentidate, among others, and she has extensive management experience through senior positions at Net-Scale Technologies and Authentidate.

The business idea for Sociavi evolved from her professional background as well as her strong commitment to family relations and lifetime connections. Thus SOCIAVI, coming from the latin word “share” and “unite”, was born with the goal of keeping seniors and their families closer together.

Kat Verdi
Business & Community Development Partner

Kat Verdi, joined Sociavi as a Partner, leading the Business & Community Development initiatives of the company.

Kat is Masters in Art of Teaching (MAT), Certified Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia Care Training (CADDCT) and Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP).

Kat is wife of one and mother of two.

She was born and raised in Jersey City, New Jersey. She attended the Academy of St. Aloysius an all girl high school which was the foundation of her independent thinking and the empowerment of fellow women. She graduated from St. Peter’s College with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management & Marketing. In 1997 obtained her Masters in Teaching from Monmouth University.

Approaching a decade of experience in geriatric healthcare, Kat is an advocate for (ACCC) “Adult Children Caregivers with Careers”, the LGBTQ community and Adults Aging in Place (AAIP). Her mission is to educate, empower and serve as a resource for anyone caring for a loved one. Isolation, depression and intergenerational concepts are just a few subjects that are important and need to be addressed to be the best advocate.

Kat advocates for Socialization NOT Isolation, and she is the President of BW Nice Monmouth County Chapter.