CHRIS LEEUW, MBA
Chris Leeuw is the Founder and Executive Director of NeuroHope, a 501(c)3 outpatient physical therapy clinic that specializes in recovery from neurologic injury. In August of 2010, Chris sustained an incomplete c4 spinal cord injury that initially left him paralyzed from the neck down. Throughout his two-year recovery process, he traveled to clinics across the country that combined aggressive therapy with integrated wellness programs at affordable rates to help patients maximize recovery after insurance visits were exhausted. In 2012, he returned home walking, independent, and determined to create a like-minded facility in Indiana. NeuroHope opened doors to its first patients in February of 2015.
Prior to his spinal cord injury and recovery, Chris worked in television news at stations in Indianapolis, Ft. Wayne, and Ft. Myers FL in both production and as an on-air reporter. He also served as Sr. Instructional Designer at Indianapolis-based hc1.com, a CRM specialized for healthcare providers.
Chris was named one of the Indianapolis Business Journal‘s “Forty Under 40” in 2016, Indy’s “Best and Brightest” in Healthcare by Junior Achievement of Central Indiana in 2020, and is a 2023 Fellow of the Tobias Leadership Program at Indiana University. He is a graduate of Indiana University, earned his Masters Degree from the University of Miami (FL) and his MBA in Healthcare Management from WGU Indiana.