Mignon L. Clyburn served as Acting Chairwoman of the Federal Communications Commission, following her appointment by President Barack Obama on May 20, 2013. As Commissioner, she is serving a second term as a Democrat on the Commission, for which she was sworn in on February 19, 2013 following her re-nomination by the President and confirmation by the United States Senate.
Tom Andriola joined the University of California system as Vice President and Chief Information Officer in October 2013. He oversees the information technology (IT) function, helps guide systemwide technology initiatives, manages technology needs for the Office of the President (UCOP), and provides leadership for the development of a long-term strategic vision for technology and digitalization at UC.
Rose M. Bonello is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Nexus Mundi Foundation (NMF), responsible for overall management of the Foundation’s programs and activities. NMF was created to help meet the United Nations – Millennium Development Goals, with special emphasis in the fields of tele-health and tele-education.
Kathy Chorba’s background includes 18 years of telemedicine and health informatics experience, gathered from her previous roles at the Center for Connected Health Policy, the University of California Davis, in the Center for Health and Technology, and the Health Informatics Program. Ms. Chorba was a founding member of the UC Davis Center for Health and Technology (CHT) Telemedicine Program, which began in 1996.
Dr. Korangy is a Board Certified Neuroradiologist who has spent his entire career involved with developing and implementing telehealth systems across the country. As a co-founder of CareClix he has helped develop one of the most robust telehealth platforms in the world.
Anthony Magit is a Professor of Otolaryngology and the Director of the Human Research Protections Program at UC San Diego. He has practiced Pediatric Otolaryngology at UCSD and Rady Children’s Hospital for more than 20 years. He is the Physician Champion for Telemedicine at Rady Children’s Hospital with a specific interest in utilizing telemedicine to support pediatric specialty care.
Dr. Gerald A. Maguire, M.D., joined the UCR School of Medicine in July 2014. As chair of the psychiatry program, he supervises residents in the psychiatry training partnership between the UCR School of Medicine and the Riverside County Department of Mental Health.
Dr. Marcin is a Professor and Chief of Pediatric Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine at the UC Davis Children’s Hospital in Sacramento, California. His clinical and research interests are related to how telehealth technologies can help address disparities in access, safety, and quality of care, particularly related to acutely ill and injured children.
Ms. Olson is passionate and dedicated to providing quality behavioral services to consumers. With over 35 years of success her specialties include network development, contracting, credentialing telehealth services and strategic selling.
Branden Robinson designs and implements quality telepsychiatry programs in hospitals, community mental health centers, corrections and other facilities. Early in his career, Branden worked with a pharmaceutical company selling neuroscience medications, where he excelled by truly empathizing for and being a resource to his partners.
Barbara Sandoval Terrazas has more than forty years of experience as a Community Health advocate. Her experience in contract administration, organizational development, community relations, health care administration, program development and strategic planning has earn her recognition as a results oriented community leader. Additionally, she has a proven track record in fund development, governmental affairs and facility planning.
Marc Siry serves as Vice President, Strategic Development, as part of Comcast’s Strategic Development Group. In this role, Siry helps to develop and launch new business concepts across Comcast and NBCUniversal . Siry’s team is currently focused on developing opportunities for Comcast & NBCU in the area of connected health, with a focus on patient engagement and hospital-to-home connectivity.
Jim Sorg, Ph.D., joined Tarzana Treatment Centers as Director of Information Technology in 2000. He is responsible for the planning and management of Tarzana’s application of information and telecommunication resources.
Britney Treadaway is the Director of Strategy and Implementation with IDEAL LIFE, a leading technology based remote health monitoring company. Britney has 12 years of experience in the health care industry, including 4 years in home health as a Telehealth program manager.
Maurizio Vecchione is the Sr. Vice President for Global Good and Research at Intellectual Ventures in charge of the Global Good Fund. In this role, he oversees IV’s collaboration with Bill Gates to invent and deploy technology specifically focused on improving life in developing countries, as well as the Intellectual Ventures Laboratory and Institute for Disease Modeling.
Michael Wilkening has served as Undersecretary of the California Health and Human Services Agency since 2008. In this role, he is responsible for twelve departments, along with various Boards, Commissions, and Offices.
Sunne Wright McPeak is the President and CEO of the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF), a statewide non-profit organization whose mission is to close the Digital Divide by accelerating the deployment and adoption of broadband.