Mike Baird founded Avizia with a mission to improve patient outcomes and expand the reach of healthcare through technology. He currently serves as CEO of Avizia. As a parent of five children, he has interacted with hospitals, emergency rooms and physicians on a regular basis and thinks we can do better. A passionate technologist, Baird is constantly looking for ways to take cutting-edge technology and make it affordable, approachable, and easy to use. Prior to Avizia, Baird held senior positions leading strategy, marketing and product development teams at Tandberg, Cisco, McKinsey & Co and Dell. Baird holds an MBA with distinction from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and was designated in 2005 as a Siebel Scholar.
Berkeley Research Group
Katherine (Katie) Norris serves as director at Berkeley Research Group. She has 15 years of experience in corporate governance and compliance in the pharmaceutical, medical device, over-the-counter consumer products, and cosmetics industries. She has focused primarily on support during investigation and resolution of government investigations and compliance with enforcement actions. Her experience includes the development, execution and management of compliance programs intended to fulfill the obligations of two corporate integrity agreements, a pretrial diversion agreement and a non-prosecution agreement. Norris has performed substantial internal investigations and supported extensive federal investigations with the U.S. Department of Justice, Food and Drug Administration, Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General, Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Trade Commission, Department of Education and National Institutes of Health.
Gib Sorebo is a chief cybersecurity technologist for Leidos where he assists private sector organizations in addressing cybersecurity risks and complying with legal and regulatory requirements. He has been working in the cybersecurity industry for more than twenty years in both the public and private sectors. In addition to federal and state governments, Sorebo has done security consulting and led professional services teams in the financial services, healthcare and energy sectors. For the last two years, he was responsible for the company’s commercial cybersecurity strategy. He also co-authored a book on smart grid security that was published in December 2011.
Inova Translational Medicine Institute
Aaron Black has more than 15 years of IT and business experience consolidating and managing large and complex data sets from disparate sources. He holds many certifications in both technical and project management. At Inova Translational Medicine Institute (ITMI) Black serves as chief data officer where he and his team are building a world-class bioinformatics infrastructure for the Institute’s massive and varied data to support genomics research and clinical services – and ultimately for the purpose of translating genomics research for medical discoveries and improved patient care. Previously, Black was director of informatics at ITMI and the informatics manager and leader for the Biospecimen Core Resource at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and the National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Genome Atlas project. He was co-architect for the flexible data model to store and access data from studies for more than 30 cancer subtypes and clinical data from biobanks and academic institutions across five continents.
Inova Translational Medicine Institute
Dr. John Deeken serves as chief operating officer at Inova Translational Medicine Institute and is a specialty care physician board certified in medical oncology. His clinical focus is in the treatment of patients with head and neck cancer. His research areas of interest include using genomics to personalize cancer therapy, as well as in developing new targeted drugs to treat patients with refractory cancers. Dr. Deeken joined Inova Medical Group in 2013 with over 12 years of clinical experience in internal medicine and medical oncology. He serves as associate director for clinical research for Inova Schar Cancer Institute, working with leadership to develop and manage the cancer center clinical trial infrastructure and develop outside collaborations for early phase clinical trials. He is also medical director for medical oncology for Inova.
Chris Ghion serves as vice president and chief information officer at Adventist HealthCare. He has over twenty-three years of information technology experience supporting healthcare provider, payer, regulatory and pharmaceutical communities. Ghion and his teams have focused on developing electronic health information systems to support new healthcare payment models that incentivize quality and value at the payer and premium levels, leading the evolution of a technology platform based on population health and sick care objectives. Ghion’s prior experience includes directing a large technology services account for a healthcare consulting practice focused on data analytics, CIO support, system engineering and integration, and infrastructure modernization. Included in this portfolio were a diverse set of projects ranging from strategic policy and process development to operations management and oversight for complex technology modernization initiatives.
Booz Allen Hamilton
As a leader in Booz Allen’s civil and commercial health business, Senior Vice President Robert Silverman supports the data analytics and social science needs of clients such as the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Veterans Affairs. For over a decade, Silverman has provided analytics, operations research and program management services to a broad range of the firm’s civil government, defense and commercial clients in areas including health, energy, transportation and infrastructure. He has been published for his research on advanced analytics for capital program management. Previously, Silverman worked for Logistics Management Institute, University of Baltimore and KPMG Consulting. He has a B.S. in mathematical sciences, a B.A. in economics and an M.S. in systems analysis for public decision making from Johns Hopkins University.
Stephen Saunders is the chief architect and corporate ambassador for CGI’s Global Health IT Practice which includes 5,000 staff and which helps more than 1,000 healthcare facilities, hospitals and departments of health implement solutions for better care, better business and better outcomes. Saunders has led the development of CGI’s Translational Medicine Framework that combines patients’ phenotype, their genotype with natural language processing, peer-reviewed medical evidence repositories, machine learning and advanced analytics to help deliver and improve the adoption of precision medicine. Prior to joining CGI in 2006, Saunders served as chief architect, health care, at EDS Canada and CEO at MiXperts Inc.
Drew Schiller founded Validic and serves as CEO and Board director. Validic is the healthcare industry’s leading digital health platform for connecting patient-generated data from apps, wearables and in-home medical devices to the healthcare system. Schiller is a Board member of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) Health & Fitness Technology Division and has contributed to moving the industry forward through his work with CTA Health & Fitness Standards, leading the team that created the ANSII standard for measuring steps with physical activity monitors. Before co-founding Validic, Schiller founded and ran an award-winning web development firm for eight years. He also founded and exited a niche dietary nutrition website for patients with celiac disease and served as an adjunct instructor at the University of Iowa.
Dr. Sunil Budhrani joined Innovation Health in May 2016 as chief medical officer and chief medical informatics officer. Most recently, Dr. Budhrani co-founded CareClix Telemedicine, a pioneer in remote patient monitoring and telemedicine technologies. Previously, as chief medical officer for Evergreen Health Care, he led the clinical course for medical technology, network development, member engagement and population health. After completing his residency in Emergency Medicine at the Tufts University School of Medicine, he served as chairman and directed Emergency Departments and Urgent Care Centers on the east coast for more than a decade. Dr. Budhrani earned his Medical and a Master’s degree in Public Health from The George Washington University. He also earned Bachelor of Arts degrees with honors in Neuroscience and English from the University of Pennsylvania.
Mike Atassi serves as vice president of health IT at Dovel Technologies. He is directly engaged in shaping the strategic direction and the successful delivery of the mission-critical solutions to Federal government clients. Previously, Atassi held a leadership role at Cognosante, as director of the Biomedical Sciences and Analytics business unit. He has also served as senior portfolio program manager at Northrop Grumman Corporation where he oversaw a portfolio of programs at HHS and its operating divisions and agencies, including several life sciences and bioinformatics projects for the National Institutes of Health. Prior to that role, Atassi was a principal consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he led government and commercial large-scale IT programs. Atassi received his Bachelor and Master’s degrees of Science in Geophysics from Missouri University for Science and Technology.
University of Virginia
Dr. Richard P. Shannon is the executive vice president for Health Affairs at the University of Virginia. He is responsible for aligning the key components of the University of Virginia Health System to achieve the goal of becoming a top-decile academic medical center.
Before joining the University of Virginia Health System, Dr. Shannon served as the Frank Wister Thomas Professor and chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. Prior to his appointment at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Shannon served as chair of the Department of Medicine at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh. Dr. Shannon has received numerous teaching awards from Harvard Medical School, Drexel University College of Medicine and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
Dr. Shannon’s investigative interests are in the area of myocardial metabolism and heart failure, specifically the role of energetics in the progression of heart failure. Dr. Shannon’s lab was the first to discover the beneficial CV actions of incretins which formed the basis for Ventrigen, LLC, a company designed to develop incretins for the use in treating heart failure.
Dr. Shannon’s pioneering work in patient safety is chronicled in the chapter “First, Do No Harm” in Charles Kenney’s The Best Practice – How the New Quality Movement is Transforming Medicine. His innovative work also has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and New York Times, on CNN and CNBC news segments and ABC’s “20/20”, and was a centerpiece for the PBS report entitled “Remaking American Medicine”.
Dr. Shannon is an elected member of honorary organizations, including the American Society for Clinical Investigation and served as a senior fellow of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics at the University of Pennsylvania. He currently is a teaching fellow for the Institute of Healthcare Improvement, a member of the Board of Directors of The Darden Business School at UVA and a member of the Boards of Directors of the Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., where he chairs the Quality and Health Innovation Program.
Dr. Shannon received his B.A. from Princeton University and his M.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. He did his training in internal medicine at Beth Israel Hospital, his cardiovascular training at Massachusetts General Hospital, and was the Francis Weld Peabody Fellow and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School before becoming the Claude R. Joyner Professor of Medicine at Drexel University College of Medicine.
Grant Elliott is the CEO and co-founder of Ostendio, a cybersecurity and information management solution. He is the former COO and CISO of Voxiva (now Wellpass), a digital health IT company. He has over 10 years’ experience developing and managing cybersecurity programs and supporting regulatory audits. Before working at Voxiva, Elliott held senior positions at AT&T. Elliott is also the co-founder and president of the Health Care Cloud Coalition (HC3), a healthcare compliance advocacy group funded by, amongst others, Microsoft and Apple. He also mentors at AccelerateDC Venture Mentoring Service and is an adjunct professor at the Pratt Institute, New York.
Dr. Mark S. Smith is chief innovation officer of MedStar Health and the director of the MedStar Institute for Innovation (MI2). Dr. Smith leads a system-wide initiative to catalyze innovation at MedStar Health. Prior to MI2, Dr. Smith served as chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at MedStar Washington Hospital Center for 14 years and as founding chair of MedStar Emergency Physicians. Dr. Smith is also professor of emergency medicine at the Georgetown University School of Medicine, where he served as academic chair of emergency medicine from 2001-2015. Prior to that, he was chair of emergency medicine at the George Washington University Medical Center for 12 years. Dr. Smith received his bachelor’s degree from Swarthmore College and a master’s in computer science from Stanford University. His medical degree is from Yale University School of Medicine.
Dr. Houda Hachad is chief science officer at Translational Software, a Seattle-based startup aimed at accelerating the adoption of personalized medicine by clinicians. She is responsible of establishing the scientific strategy for the company and creating a pharmacogenetics knowledge base for decision support. She has recently joined the Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium and is participating in developing evidence-based guidelines to facilitate the adoption of pharmacogenetics by clinicians. Dr. Hachad received her Pharmacy Doctorate and her Master of Research in Drug Metabolism and Clinical Pharmacology from the Henri Poincaré University in Nancy, France. When in France, she was involved in a research program at the Centre du Médicament School of Pharmacy and was a consultant for the World Health Organization on the NOMA bibliographic database. Previously, Dr. Hachad was at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy for 10 years.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) has helped people throughout his life as a missionary, civil rights lawyer, teacher and elected official. He is one of 30 people in American history to have served as a mayor, governor and United States Senator.
Sen. Kaine was elected to the Senate in 2012 as a can-do optimist skilled in bringing people together across old lines of party, race or region. In the Senate, he serves on the Armed Services, Budget, Foreign Relations and Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committees. He is Ranking Member of the Armed Services Readiness Subcommittee and the Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Near East, South Asia, Central Asia and Counterterrorism.
Sen. Kaine’s Armed Services work focuses on crafting smart defense strategy in a changing world and also enables him to tackle a personal mission – the reduction of unemployment among Veterans, especially Iraq and Afghanistan-era Veterans. His first piece of legislation in the Senate, the Troop Talent Act of 2013, established new standards to help active duty service members attain civilian credentials for military skills to assist their transition into the workforce. In his committee role, Se. Kaine has also worked to secure key Virginia priorities in the past three defense bills, including the refueling and overhaul of the Norfolk-based U.S.S. George Washington in the 2015 Authorization and preservation of the U.S. Navy’s 11-aircraft carrier fleet and thousands of jobs across Hampton Roads in the 2016 Authorization.
On Foreign Relations, Sen. Kaine works to enhance American diplomatic leadership, with a special focus on the Middle East and Latin America. He is a leading voice in efforts to expand the role of Congress on foreign policy and improve the way Congress and the President consult on matters of war, peace and diplomacy. Sen. Kaine has introduced bipartisan legislation to revise the War Powers Resolution of 1973 and has pushed Congress to finally vote to authorize the ongoing U.S. military action against ISIL. In addition, Sen. Kaine coauthored the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, establishing the process for congressional review of the diplomatic effort to block any Iranian nuclear weapons program. He is one of the Senate’s few members fluent in Spanish and serves as honorary chairman of the US-Spain Council.
On the Budget Committee, Sen. Kaine used his experience making tough budget decisions in local and state office in Virginia to help Congress pass a two-year budget agreement in 2013 to offset the worst impacts of sequestration that had disproportionately impacted the Commonwealth. As a harsh critic of sequestration and an advocate for biennial budgeting, Sen. Kaine strongly supported the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 for continuing to scale back sequestration cuts and providing for two more years of budgetary certainty.
As a new member of the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee in the 115th Congress, Sen. Kaine will have the opportunity to focus on two of his longtime passions: healthcare and education. In this critical time for health care in America, Sen. Kaine is motivated now more than ever to fight against harmful policy proposals that seek to reverse the progress we’ve made in increasing access to care for millions of Americans. Sen. Kaine will also use his new role to look for ways to further address the opioid abuse epidemic that affects every corner of the Commonwealth.
Sen. Kaine is a founder and co-chair of the bipartisan Career and Technical Education (CTE) Caucus, which focuses on improving access to CTE programs to ensure that students of all ages are prepared with the skills they need for the jobs of the 21st century. Many of his proposals to advance CTE were included in the 2015 re-write of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. He also supports expanding economic opportunity through infrastructure investment, immigration reform and smart strategies to expand affordable healthcare access.
In the 114th Congress, Sen. Kaine introduced many pieces of important legislation for Virginia, including a bill to recognize six Virginia Indian tribes. Inspired by a discussion he had with advocates for sexual assault survivors at the University of Virginia, Sen. Kaine championed successful legislation to encourage public secondary schools to teach students about how to prevent dating violence and sexual assault. And after numerous discussions with recovering addicts, families, medical professionals and law enforcement officials about the growing opioid epidemic in Virginia, Sen. Kaine introduced legislation to increase access to life-saving overdose medication and prevent drug-related deaths.
In the 113th Congress, Sen. Kaine introduced legislation to preserve the Commonwealth’s historic Civil War battlegrounds, which President Obama signed into law. He also worked to pass bipartisan legislation to expand pediatric cancer research at the National Institutes of Health in honor of Gabriella Miller, a young girl from Leesburg, Va. who lost her battle with brain cancer in October 2013.
Sen. Kaine has focused closely on climate change and its effects on Virginia, especially sea level rise and flooding. In 2014, he co-hosted a bipartisan conference that brought together policymakers, experts, and regional stakeholders to discuss strategies to combat the threat that these challenges pose to Hampton Roads.
Sen. Kaine was educated at the University of Missouri and Harvard Law School and started his public service career by taking a year off from Harvard to run a technical school founded by Jesuit missionaries in Honduras. After law school, he practiced law in Richmond for 17 years, specializing in the representation of people who had been denied housing due to their race or disability. He also began teaching part-time at the University of Richmond in 1987.
Sen. Kaine was first elected to office in 1994, serving as a city council member and then Mayor of Richmond. He became Lieutenant Governor of Virginia in 2002 and was inaugurated as Virginia’s 70th Governor in 2006.
Dr. Stephen Morgan attended Virginia Military Institute and University of Virginia before completing a Family Practice Residency at Roanoke Memorial Hospital in 1989. He joined Carilion in 1996. Dr. Morgan served as a regional medical director in the Department of Family and Community Medicine from 1996 until 2010. In 1999, Dr. Morgan began working with information technology as a physician champion, believing that technology had the potential to not only improve physician efficiency, but also directly affect and improve the delivery of quality patient care. Five years ago, Dr. Morgan transitioned from a full-time family medicine practice to work in informatics and information technology. Dr. Morgan was appointed chief medical information officer in 2010 and was promoted to senior vice president in 2012.
Meagan Metzger is founder and CEO of Dcode42, an IT graduate-level accelerator program that helps innovative, emerging technologies work with the federal government. Prior to Dcode42, Metzger served as COO of a mobile and cloud government products and services company helping to stand up and grow it by over 200% in its first two years. She previously served as CSO for a government IT consulting firm, helping the company grow from $500,000 in revenue to over $12 million in only two years. Metzger currently serves as a mentor for startups through Springboard Enterprises, a network of innovators, investors and influencers who are dedicated to building high-growth technology-oriented companies led by women. Metzger also serves at the chair of a Career Advisory Board in the Athletic department at George Washington University, her alma mater, where she was a captain of the nationally-ranked Division I gymnastics team.
Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC)
Dr. Don Rucker, the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, comes to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) from the Ohio State University where he was clinical professor of Emergency Medicine and Biomedical Informatics and Premise Health, a worksite clinic provider, where he served as chief medical officer.
Dr. Rucker started his informatics career at Datamedic Corporation where he co-developed the world’s first Microsoft Windows based electronic medical record. He then served as chief medical officer at Siemens Healthcare USA. Dr. Rucker led the team that designed the computerized provider order entry workflow that, as installed at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, won the 2003 HIMSS Nicholas Davies Award for the best hospital computer system in the US. Dr. Rucker has served on the Board of Commissioners of the Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology and Medicare’s Evidence Development and Coverage Advisory Committee (MEDCAC) and has extensive policy experience representing healthcare innovations before Congress, MedPAC and HHS.
He has practiced emergency medicine for a variety of organizations including at Kaiser in California; at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston where he was the first full-time Emergency Department attending; at the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Presbyterian and Pennsylvania Hospitals; and most recently at Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center.
Dr. Rucker is a graduate of Harvard College and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine with board certifications in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine and Clinical Informatics. He holds an M.S. in medical computer science and an MBA, both from Stanford.
Dr. Barbee Whitaker is senior director of the Department of Research for AABB. She is also the senior director of the AABB Center for Patient Safety, an AHRQ designated patient safety organization, and is responsible for AABB’s hemovigilance activities in coordination with hospitals, blood centers and the federal government. Previously, Dr. Whitaker served as the coordinator of the AABB Interorganizational Task Force on Biovigilance. She coordinates the Clinical Complications Editorial Group of the World Health Association’s Notify Library. Prior to joining AABB in 2005, she directed standards and certification activities at the Plasma Protein Therapeutics Association and was the National Officer of Quality Assessment at the American Red Cross Blood Services. She graduated from Princeton University with a degree in biology and from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, with a doctorate in behavioral and neural science.
Suzanne Hall serves as managing director at PwC and is the Washington D.C. Cybersecurity and Privacy practice leader. She has over 20 years of experience as a security and technology leader and returned to PwC after several successful years as a CIO and CISO in industry. Hall is experienced at aligning technology and organizations to drive organizational performance and growth. Hall has a proven ability to establish and align on vision, execute in organizations and diverse industries, and deliver solutions that balance risk, business realities, and operational impacts. Recognized for excellence in innovation, strategy and information security that produces results, she creates positive change through business collaboration and high performance teams. She has extensive experience with strategic planning, security and compliance programs, outsourcing, cloud solutions, and technology management.
Inova Center for Personalized Health
Franziska Moeckel is the assistant vice president, Personalized Health at Inova. She oversees the strategy development for genomic services and test integration at Inova’s Center for Personalized Health and Translational Medicine Institute. Moeckel is the co-creator of MediMap® – Inova’s pharmacogenomic testing program and the institution’s first, trademarked, commercial product line. With over ten years of healthcare experience and a deep understanding of precision medicine integration, Moeckel is respected as a thought leader and consults for many national organizations on best practices. Moeckel studied at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland where she earned her MBA, as well as the Harvard School of Public Health and Stanford University focusing on genetics and genomics. Moeckel has published her work in several trade magazines, research journals and industry books.
Steven Hubbard serves as a senior innovation architect and advisor to FDA’s chief technology officer and director of innovation. In this role, Hubbard leads innovation prototyping services and technology surveillance leveraging a lean start-up methodology. Additionally, he plays a pivotal role in the development and execution of the agency’s strategy for Research Computing, Innovation Services and IT Strategic Plan. For the past three years, Hubbard has been dedicated to building FDA’s internal innovation ecosystem and establishing and promoting an innovative and entrepreneurial culture while leveraging emerging technologies and concepts to advance the scientific and regulatory mission of FDA. Prior to joining FDA’s newly formed Office of Innovation, Hubbard served in a wide array of positions within FDA including the development, management and oversight of FDA’s Collaboration Management Platform and FDA.gov.
Sanjay J. Koyani serves as acting executive director for Innovation in HHS’ Immediate Office of the Secretary, providing leadership on HHS-wide innovation programs that enable HHS to improve health care outcomes and modernize government operations. Koyani has over 20 years’ experience in strategic communications, program operations, innovation methodologies, IT solutions and strategic planning. Koyani is a recent graduate of the HHS Senior Executive Service Candidate Development Program. Prior to this, Koyani has served in senior leadership positions across HHS Operating Divisions including FDA’s director for web communications and strategy; HHS’ assistant secretary for public affairs; director of user experience; FDA’s deputy director for communications in the Center for Tobacco Products; and NIH/National Cancer Institute’s lead for patient engagement and digital communications.
Stefano Migliorisi is the founder and CEO of swyMed Incorporated. He assembled the current management team and secured the seed investments to bring software development, sales, marketing, finance and operations together from four independent organizations that had been operating as channel partners. Under his leadership swyMed has grown from a video conferencing company with a handful of corporate enterprise clients to an innovation leader focused in the burgeoning mobile telemedicine space, with clients in half the states of the U.S. and on three continents. Prior to swyMed Migliorisi worked for the World Bank on projects relating to technology development in developing nations. He holds a degree cum laude in economics from Università Luigi Bocconi in Milan and is co-holder of a U.S. Patent for swyMed’s data transport protocol.
University of Virginia
Dr. Abigail Acton Flower is a lecturer in the Department of Systems and Information Engineering at University of Virginia. Dr. Flower received her B.S. in physics at the College of William and Mary. From 1999 to 2001, she was an NSF Optics Fellow in the physics graduate program at State University of New York at Stony Brook, where she graduated with a master’s in physics. After this, Dr. Flower was a researcher at the Kennedy Krieger Institute of Johns Hopkins Hospital. She received her doctorate at University of Virginia in 2008. Dr. Flower was awarded the Andy Ford Award for Innovation in the Field of Pediatric Cardiovascular Disease from the University of Virginia School of Medicine. Before UVA, Dr. Flower was a senior scientist and project manager at Philips Research North America. She currently teaches machine learning and The Practice of Data Science for the University of Virginia Data Science Institute’s (DSI) M.S. program.
U.S. Army Telemedicine and Advance Technology Research Center (TATRC)
Ronald E. Yeaw received his undergraduate degree from James Madison University in the field of integrated science and technology. Yeaw has over 20 years of experience serving military medicine as both a civil servant and contractor. Currently, Yeaw serves as deputy director of the Mobile Health Innovation Center (mHIC) at the Army’s Telemedicine and Advance Technology Research Center (TATRC). The mission of the TATRC is to exploit technical innovations for the benefit of military medicine by developing, demonstrating and integrating across a variety of technology portfolios, including telehealth, medical simulation and training, health IT, medical robotics, command and control, computational biology, and virtual solutions. The mHIC serves as an Army center of excellence for evaluating mobile health technologies.
NVTC Sr. Director of Programs & Events
NVTC Managing Director of Membership &