SENATOR TOM DASCHLE
Founder & CEO, The Daschle Group
Senator Tom Daschle served as the Senate Majority Leader and has participated in the development and debate of nearly every major public policy issue of the past 30 years. Since leaving the Senate, he has remained an active and learned voice among policymakers.
NANCY M GREEN
Healthcare Global Lead, Verizon Enterprise Solutions
A thought leader in the health care industry, Green drives strategic innovation partnerships with industry leaders and organizations. A 20-year health care industry veteran, Green has extensive experience in the strategy, design, development, launch and sale of advanced mobility and communications solutions and applications for the health care sector. Green is active in several professional organizations, including the American Telemedicine Association and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). She was named to a short list of “Disruptive Women to Watch in 2014” by Disruptive Women in Health Care.
DAVID KLEIN MBA
Special Advisor to the CEO, University of Rochester Medical Center
David H. Klein is a special advisor to the CEO of the University of Rochester (UR) Medical Center, a professor of public health sciences in the UR School of Medicine and Dentistry and an executive professor of health care management in the UR Simon Business School. Mr. Klein was the Chief Executive Officer of The Lifetime Healthcare Companies.
BRUCE LEFF MD
Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Dr. Leff is a clinician, educator, and an internationally recognized leader and researcher on novel models of health service delivery for older adults with an emphasis on home and community-based models, the care of people with multiple chronic conditions, and quality measurement.
PHILIP LEVINSON MBA, MPA
Venture Advisor, Learn Capital
Philip Levinson is a Venture Advisor to Learn Capital and was the first Sales & Marketing executive at TigerText, helping the company in its first 5 years as it signed its first 3,000+ enterprise & healthcare installations (including Adventist Health and Multicare Health) and closed numerous partnerships (including with CDW, Verizon, MobileIron, Amion and PointClickCare). TigerText has raised $80+ million in VC funding to date. Phil is also a Contributing Columnist at Business Insider with recent articles Nike, CloudFlare and Uber.
Board Chair, AARP
Carol Raphael is a nationally recognized leader in health policy and serves on numerous boards in healthcare, education and human services. Prior to joining AARP, she served as President and CEO of the Visiting Nurse Service of NY (VNSNY) for over 20 years. In 2013, Ms. Raphael was appointed by President Obama to the Bipartisan Commission on Long Term Care. She is a member of Age-Friendly NYC, a collaborative response to the demands of the city’s aging population, and is co-editor of the book “Home Based Care for a New Century.”
JOSEPH M. SMITH MD
PhD CEO, Reflexion Health
Dr. Smith brings more than two decades of medical, clinical, and technology leadership to
Reflexion Health, a digital health and telemedicine company dedicated to bringing personalized healthcare into patients’ homes,. Dr. Smith previously served as Chief Medical & Science Officer of the West Health Institute. Prior roles included leadership positions at Johnson & Johnson, Guidant/Boston Scientific and Washington University in St Louis. Dr. Smith is an advisor to the Wellcome Trust, Johns Hopkins University and the FDA Safety Innovation Act workgroup on the regulation of HIT. He holds a BES from Johns Hopkins University, a PhD from the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, and an MD from Harvard Medical School.
Co-Founder & CEO, Honor
Seth Sternberg is a Co-founder and CEO of Honor, a tech-based service that transforms non- medical in-home care for the aging. Prior to Honor, Seth co-founded Meebo, serving as CEO until it was sold to Google in 2012, where he served as Product Director for the Google+ Platform.
AVIVA SUFIAN MPP, MPH
Ms. Sufian is a passionate leader in the field of aging. Most recently, she served in the Obama Administration, focusing on a range of issues related to aging and disability. While at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, she was appointed as the first Special Envoy for U.S. Holocaust Survivor Services and was also the Director of Regional Operations at the Administration for Community Living. She previously served as Associate Commissioner of External Affairs and Senior Advisor at the U.S. Social Security Administration, as well as Senior Policy Analyst at the New York City Department for the Aging