Paris is the founder and CEO of the NCL, the first majority-minority and female owned professional sports league. Paris is also currently an Entrepreneur in Residence at the Harvard Business School. Prior to founding the NCL, Paris was the CEO and founder of Ovia Health, the leading women’s health and technology company. Ovia Health’s fertility, pregnancy, and parenting programs helped over 20 million families and improved obstetric and fertility care around the world for women and infants. In 2021, Paris sold Ovia Health to Labcorp (LH). Paris also founded and led Good Start Genetics, a genomics technology company focused on fertility and reproductive health, which was acquired by Invitae (NYSE: NVTA). A recognized expert on entrepreneurship and DE&I, Paris has lectured extensively in academic and corporate settings including Harvard, MIT and Wharton. Paris holds a bachelor’s degree from Amherst College, as well as an M.B.A. and M.P.A from Harvard University, where he was a Reynolds Fellow. He is an avid cyclist, and he and his wife split their time between Miami and New England to keep riding bikes year-round.