GoMo Music

Who We Are

Our Team

Music experts making healing possible


Bob Gold Chief Behavioral Technologist, GoMo Health

Bob Gold
Chief Behavioral

A “Jersey Boy” to his core, Chief Behavioral Technologist Bob Gold has had a lifelong passion for music.  Through GoMo Music, The Sounds of Healing™, Bob is able to combine his love for music with his commitment to helping people live healthier lives – psychologically, emotionally and physically navigating their healthcare journey using a “whole person” approach to care and condition management.   

Also founder of GoMo Health®, Bob specializes in designing clinical care plans and digital therapeutics that integrate psychosocial factors and determinants into physical care plans for complex population health management. The GoMo Health proprietary behavioral and cognitive science of precision health, BehavioralRx®, has proven to increase human resilience, resulting in better patient health outcomes, Improved outlook and increased resiliency. 

In 2022, ROI-NJ ranked Bob Gold among highly esteemed leaders in New Jersey on its 2022 ROI Influencers in Technology List for his innovation, and leadership. 

George Grimaldi Chief Creative Officer
George Grimaldi
Chief Creative Officer

George Grimaldi is the founder of Musical Medication, a health and wellness creative technical platform acquired by GoMo Music in 2020. George has built relationships and worked with today’s top music composers to create healing soundtracks and tones that integrate with clinical therapies for a more holistic approach to whole-person care. This progressive concept launched after spending decades working in the music and entertainment industries in New York and Los Angeles. As head of music supervision for Sony ATV’s Extreme Music as a worldwide music and licensing specialist, George has worked with artists and composers from across the globe, placing music in projects for major networks, gaming companies, and studios.

Meeting a colleague in the medical industry changed George’s path in the music business. A conversation about the mental health epidemic and the need to find alternative therapies beyond traditional medication to help those in need led to a personal call of action. A musician and artist in his own right, George studied at The Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins and recognized the importance of blending these two worlds in a positive, healing way, leading to the development of Musical Medication—now GoMo Music™: The Sounds of Healing.

Justin Sirota Chief Production Officer
Justin Sirota
Chief Production Officer

Justin Sirota is a technical lead, and triple-threat professional; equally versed in software, strategy, and music. In the medical space, Justin consulted for Medtronic and Boston Scientific, developing clinical trial recruitment and management software, before managing IT architecture for United Healthcare. He is uber analytical (a Mensa member), yet wide-open to new ideas.

Justin didn’t grow up particularly musical but living 10 minutes from Prince in Minnesota inspired him to pick up guitar at 17. Joining a rock band soon followed, and music became an immovable objective in his future. By age 24, he was performing at 1st Avenue, the historic home venue of Prince.

Mid IT career, Justin took a year to hone his musical talents further at Berklee College of Music in Boston and since has hundreds of music composition placements on TV/film including NBC, CBS, Netflix, Discovery, History Channel, Bravo, TLC, MTV, Vice. A combined passion for technology and music eventually landed Justin in Los Angeles, where he led software development for Sony ATV’s industry-leading music licensing entity, defining the standard for online music discovery. He then founded a music composer platform start-up that ultimately evolved into GoMo Music.

Todd Carlon Music Composition / Contributing Artist
Todd Carlon
Music Composition / Contributing Artist

Todd Carlon is a skilled music composer, producer, artist, and consultant with experience throughout the television, film, and music industry. Classically trained in piano, Todd received his master’s degree from The University of Southern California in Jazz Studies. He has played with some of the leading symphonies in the world—including the London Symphony Orchestra, Houston Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Nashville Symphony, and Pacific Symphony. Currently, Todd composes for Sony Music.

Todd has composed and arranged for numerous television shows, some of which include, The Tonight Show, American Idol, The Masked Singer, Dancing with The Stars, South Park, FBI, The Boys, King of Staten Island, Sanjay and Craig, Queer Eye, Tanked, Kitchen Nightmares, Undercover Boss, and Dr Oz. Additionally, he has produced television and radio spots for Comcast and Xfinity and has scored for HBO and Lifetime. Todd has recorded, performed, and arranged with notable names, including Quincy Jones, Paul Anka, David Foster, Drake, Olivia Newton-John, James Ingram, Patti Austin, Andrea Bocelli, Kenny G, Billy Cobham, Maynard Ferguson, Lionel Richie, The Supremes, and Placido Domingo.

Adrian Ross Contributing Artist / Marketing

A.D. Ross
Music Production & Mastering

A.D. is the resident expert on producing binaural beats that create a therapeutic effect on the mind, body, and soul. A.D. learned about the science of sound and studied the power of frequencies and their effects on matter and the human body. Classically and jazz/blues trained in piano, A.D. is also a drummer. A.D. attended the Berklee in Los Angeles Summer Program at McKenna College as a Keyboard & Drum student, networking with other young music prodigies from around the nation. As his drum talent expanded, he joined the Tournament of Roses Honor Band Drum Core under the direction of Tad & Carol Carpenter.

An alumnus of California State University Long Beach as a music major, he began producing and attracting aspiring artists creating hip-hop demo CDs and mixtapes. A.D. was producing music for up-and-coming artists and grew a library of music with albums that launched worldwide. He composed a soundtrack for an independent film called “For Them” which gave him his first IMDB credit as it was showcased at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2011, he also composed background music for a Road & Track video series. In 2015, A.D. became a Music Publishing Instructor at the Los Angeles Recording School for their graduate program. Today, he continues to consult, and produce music across genres such as hip-hop, pop, rock, and movie soundtracks while running a company that specializes in digital media marketing for artists and small businesses.

Advisory Board

Karsten Russell-Wood, MBA, MPH

Karsten Russell-Wood

Karsten is a healthcare marketing executive with over 20 years of global product development and strategy experience. He currently serves as the Global Portfolio Marketing Leader for the Connected Care Cluster of Philips Healthcare. He is responsible for linking the innovations of Philip’s product teams to the prospect and customer-focused commercial operations of the business unit to build the Philips global brand, create consumer awareness, dominate thought leadership, and drive customer preference for the solutions through all channels, every day. Prior to joining Philips, Karsten held global product management roles within GE’s healthcare businesses with an orientation to targeted patient populations and continues to be active in venture capital and start-up phase HealthTech businesses.

Karsten received both undergraduate and graduate degrees from The Johns Hopkins University, and holds an MPH from University of Massachusetts. Karsten presently is pursuing doctoral work at the LeBow College of Business, Drexel University where his dissertation concentrates on adoption of online health and pharmacy into consumer populations and new marketing approaches in the healthcare solution market.

Josh Klein
Josh Klein

Josh is a composer and producer whose music has uplifted countless projects across a variety of storytelling mediums. With 25+ years in the music industry, he is most known for his work composing for many hit television series, including TNT’s Rizzoli & Isles, The Closer, and Major Crimes; FX’s Nip/Tuck and Damages; USA Network’s Royal Pains; and CBS’ NCIS LA; and many others. He won two ASCAP awards for the most performed cable series, Rizzoli & Isles, in 2015 and 2016. Additionally, Josh helped to launch and currently manages and composes for Sony/Extreme Music’s “Law & Audio” catalogue, a unique music library tailored towards procedural crime drama television shows, and other genres, that has led to thousands of placements in TV series and other media. Most recently, Josh created The Sophistikids, a new brand of original children’s content featuring songs and music videos that offer a novel marriage of both children’s and adults’ entertainment.

Originally from Houston, Josh moved to Boston to attend Tufts University and graduated with a degree in clinical psychology. He spent the next four years managing psychiatric residential rehabilitation programs and working as a direct-care counselor for people living with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and suffering from a variety of dual-diagnoses. As music and psychology are two of his greatest lifelong passions, Josh is inspired to explore innovative ways the two can intersect to be in service of people in need.

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