Melody Adhami started her career working at the billion dollar company, Unilever, on brands like Dove, Hellmann's and Lipton.
In 2007, Melody co-founded Plastic Mobile, a leading mobile development agency in Canada. Driven by her passion to challenge the status quo to enhance the human experience, Melody's foresight paved the path for success in mobile marketing. Plastic Mobile has built over 250 mobile apps, with 8 million average downloads and 4 billion average weekly sessions, which have garnered over 2 billion dollars in revenue for clients.
In 2015, Plastic Mobile was acquired by the sixth largest global communications company, Havas. Melody was named CEO of Havas Canada and was tasked with bringing together the digital and mobile capabilities and going to market as a digital experience consultancy.
In 2020, amidst the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Melody, along with a group of tech entrepreneurs, quickly recognized the Canadian health-care industry needed help. As a result, they made the decision to dramatically pivot their careers and start a business to assist in the COVID-19 pandemic response. Within a few weeks the team came up with an innovative health technology solution: FH Health. In the months that followed, FH Health developed the foundations of its proprietary health tech stack, hired over 200 staff and opened up 21 clinic locations across Ontario, along with a government-accredited laboratory. The company has developed partnerships with airlines, consulates, embassies and leading firms to promote better health outcomes locally and globally.
As an influential leader in tech and recognized voice in the industry, Melody spearheads an executive women's dinner, bringing together the top female executives to discuss how to bring more women into more senior leadership roles. In 2017 she was awarded Canada's Top 40 Under 40, followed by recognition as one of Canada's Top 100 Powerful Women in both 2018 and 2019 in the Tech and Trailblazer categories.