A native Houstonian, Myoshia Boykin-Anderson grew up in historic Third Ward where she saw some of life’s most difficult times, but that didn’t stop her from striving for a better future.
In November, 1998, after being laid-off from her job, it seemed like the least opportune time to start a company. But you’ll soon learn that Myoshia is anything but ordinary. Even though she enjoyed great successes in her first company, she realized that it was time for a change and closed the business in 2006. With no desire to go back to corporate America, Myoshia went to work for another large consulting company. Three years and a few projects later, the dream of owning her own company again became a reality and Myoshia launched AndTech Solutions in January 2009.
Today, AndTech Solutions provides healthcare technology services to some of the top health care plans in the country with dreams of expanding outside of the United States. Its client base includes Baylor College of Medicine, Universal American, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Fidelis Care of New York, WellPoint, Amerigroup, Memorial Hermann, and Arizona’s Dignity Health. With a core focus on health plan administration and care management initiatives, AndTech Solutions offers consulting services in the areas of project management, business analysis, application development and configuration, business process outsourcing, quality assurance and testing, business intelligence, and reporting. AndTech Solutions is proud to hold Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE), Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) certifications. She also recently won the 2019 Pinnacle Award presented by the Greater Houston Black Chamber for Excellence in Business.
As a longtime member of Brookhollow Baptist Church (The Church Without Walls), Myoshia uses the biblical teaching that she has received, along with her desire to give, to encourage the lives of others. Myoshia has a heart for others and genuinely seeks to make a positive impact in her community through speaking engagements at local schools and STEM programs. Through her non-profit organization, AndTech Assistance Alliance (AAA), Myoshia has been able to award scholarships to local high school students and has recently adopted a primary school in Jamaica. Myoshia Boykin-Anderson currently resides in Houston, Texas with her family.