Kenji Saito, MD, JD, FACOEM
President and Chief Medical and Science Officer, LiveWell WorkWell, a MedLaw LLC company and President-elect, American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Kenji Saito, MD, JD, FACOEM, is President and Chief Medical and Science Officer of LiveWell WorkWell, a MedLaw company President-elect of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and past president of the New England College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
As assistant clinical professor at Dartmouth College, the University of New England, and on faculty at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University, Dr. Saito enjoys training the next generation of leaders in occupational health, well-being, leadership and organizational development, digital health, innovation, data analytics, entrepreneurship, medico-legal consultation, and bioethics.
Growing up as a sushi chef in a small family business kindled his entrepreneurial spirit. He is currently involved with several startups in digital and virtual well-being, culinary, and lifestyle medicine platforms in the Boston and Las Vegas areas and with environmental remediation technology in the Miami area. He is also a consultant for employee health and wellness for several national and global companies in the consumer products, marketing, transportation, manufacturing, and nutraceutical/pharmaceutical industries and works with various government and regulatory agencies.
As a physician, he continues to practice clinical occupational health, seeing pilots as a senior medical examiner for the FAA. As an attorney, he is barred in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. During his spare time, he enjoys serving as one of the founding board members for Kids’ Chance of Maine, the Maine Medical Association, and is house delegate to the American Medical Association.