Michael is a designer and producer specializing in learning solutions based on emerging technology. He currently advises game projects in the US and Europe on, among other things, rehabilitation for traumatic brain injury victims, asthma, diet and nutrition, and health care policy. He directed education research in Apple’s advanced technology group; produced Oxford, Stanford and Yale’s online offerings to their alumni; and edited and published research on digital media and learning with the MIT Press. He was a strategic advisor to the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s Digital Media and Learning initiative and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
Kathryn served as the Chief Executive Officer of Health Forum for twenty-five years and retired in 2002. She is an active consultant on global health issues and has served on numerous Boards, including chairing the Boards of the Institute for Research on Learning and the American Society of Association Executives. Currently, Kathryn serves on many Boards including the UN’s World Food Program and the Health Technology Center.
Prior to Lendistry, Stacie served as Senior Advisor, Impact and Blockchain for the State of California. She developed decentralized impact investment models based on emerging blockchain technologies. She also was the Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of the California Organized Investment Network (COIN), an impact investment fund directing insurance company capital in investments that yield competitive financial returns and environmental or social benefits to California’s underserved and rural communities. Building ventures and investments that yield strong social and environmental impacts is Stacie’s passion. Her career spans the private and public sectors across the areas of finance, economics and mobile technology.
Anne is a conscientious investor, fundraiser, environmental activist and entrepreneur. She has served as a key partner and strategist to many socially responsible enterprises and non-profits, and has demonstrated her passion for a healthy environment for children by serving on boards that have this as part of their mission. She currently serves on several boards, including Mount Sinai’s Children’s Environmental Health Center.
Patricia has worked in almost every aspect of healthcare starting as a double- boarded Emergency Physician at Kaiser Permanente before moving into the business of healthcare. She served as Kaiser’s first Physician Director for National Accounts and Medical Director of the KP-General Motors team. She was on the first Board of Directors for the Leapfrog Group for Patient Safety. She also served in executive positions at other health plans including Blue Shield of California and Universal American. Her book, Connected Health, explores the nexus of healthcare, wearables, and the Internet of things. She serves on several advisory boards including CliniOps and Ceresti Health. She has published widely in peer-reviewed journals, trade and popular press.
Mohini has over 20 years’ experience in marketing and communications. She has worked in both the corporate and non-profit sector. Currently, she manages youth programming and charter member engagement at TiE Global; a nonprofit network assisting startups. Previously, she was responsible for fundraising at Child Advocates of Silicon Valley; that serves foster children in the Bay Area. She is passionate about the future of technology and its convergence to benefit the grassroots. In her role as a PR consultant in India, she managed communications for major pharmaceutical companies including GlaxoSmithKline, Dr. Reddy’s, among others. She has been a journalist at the BBC in the UK, and for several business publications in India. She has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from New York University and an International Journalism master’s degree from City University in London.