May 14, 2015
Ryan Bosch, M.D.
Vice President of Epic Team and Informatics
Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO)
Inova Health System
As a board-certified internal medicine physician, decorated military officer, former academic department director, independent health information technology (HIT) consultant, and business entrepreneur, Dr. Ryan Bosch has excelled in numerous leadership positions over the past 20 years in healthcare. Today, Bosch creates and executes strategic plans for the efficient delivery of medical care through optimized enterprise information systems.
Bosch leverages his broad expertise in business, technology and medicine to connect people to the process of the actual technology workflow, and thereby, deliver unified and integrated solutions that have immediate impact on clinical performance and overall costs.
Over his career, Bosch has been featured in TIME magazine as an HIT expert and national innovator for electronic health solutions. Bosch was also named one of three "Microsoft Clinicians of the Year" for his impact on healthcare technology. Bosch is a veteran and former USAF flight surgeon, who served as a personal physician to the White House.
Currently, as vice president and lead over the Inova IT Team, Bosch has primary responsibility over all clinical enterprise software and optimization at Inova. In addition, as the CMIO, Bosch leads efforts to connect Inova technology with community physician partners to standardize the collective technology offerings. This includes a recent new large scale installation, as Epic (Inova's integrated electronic medical record) was implemented across 11 hospitals and 250 clinics in three short years.
Bosch founded Inova's informatics department, which encompasses strategic efforts around enterprise clinical architecture, governance, decision support analytics, health information exchange strategy, meaningful use and regional strategic growth initiatives/partnerships. Bosch speaks often nationally on healthcare technology, the informatics movement, and the imperative to change healthcare for motivational groups, academic conferences, and private consortiums.
General Partner, NBVP
Prashanth "PV" Boccasam is CEO of Orchestro, a serial entrepreneur, and a general partner at NBVP. He has more than 20 years of operational and executive management experience. Boccasam is currently on the Boards of Appfluent Technologies (acquired by Attunity (NASDAQ: ATTU), Appian Corporation, Centrifuge Systems and Copiun (acquired by Good Technology). He was also an investor and co-founder of ClearStandards (acquired by SAP).
m is the CEO of Novak Biddle portfolio company Orchestro (formerly Vision Chain) for which he sets the vision, strategy and governance for the evolving company. He is also on the Board of Directors, working with the management team to refocus and restructure the Company and to position it for high-growth.
Boccasam was the founder and CEO of Approva Corporation (acquired by Infor-Lawson) and founder and president of Entevo Corporation (acquired by Bindview Corporation). Both of these enterprise software companies were invested in by Novak Biddle and other top-tier venture capitalists and were successfully acquired. Boccasam also is president and a board member of TiE-DC. In addition, Boccasam is the chairperson of Pratham-DC, India's largest non-governmental educational non-profit group. He is an investor and advisor in Communikids, the Washington, D.C., metro area's only premier bilingual pre-school for children.
Boccasam launched his career at Microsoft where he managed enterprise-class products and directed consulting services. PV holds advanced degrees in computer science from the University of Pune in India and the University of Cincinnati. He is a graduate of the executive management program at MIT's Sloan School of Management and is a fellow at the University of Maryland's Smith Business School.
Vice President of Global Sales & Alliances
Kevin Greene is the vice president of Global Sales and Alliances at Logi Analytics, a venture-backed business intelligence software company headquartered in McLean, Virginia. At Logi Analytics, Greene is responsible for leading the company's global sales efforts and developing strategic partnerships which are important to the continued growth in adoption of the company's products. Greene brings more than 18 years of enterprise software leadership experience as an operator, investor and investment banker working with breakthrough technology companies.
Before joining Logi Analytics, Greene was a partner at Valhalla Partners, a $440 million venture capital firm in Vienna, Virginia, and before joining Valhalla, a principal at Flagship Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Prior to Greene's venture career, he was a director at IBM where he was responsible for helping build and grow IBM's software partner program. He also held a variety of product marketing positions with the IBM WebSphere brand. Greene started his career at Goldman Sachs in its New York and Hong Kong offices where he executed more than $30 billion in equity, equity-linked and M&A financing transactions.
Greene has an MBA from the Harvard Business School. He earned a Bachelor of Science in finance and marketing from the University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce where he also captained the Virginia varsity swimming team. Greene is a fellow in the Kauffman Fellows Program at the Center of Venture Education in Palo Alto, California, and currently serves on the board of BlueStripe Software.
Senior Vice President, Enterprise Data Executive and Chief Model Risk Officer
Scott Hallworth joined Capital One in August 2011 as senior vice president and chief model risk officer (responsible for model risk management across the enterprise), as well as to lead Capital One's Enterprise Analytic R&D function. In March of 2014, he was also named enterprise data executive, in which capacity he ensures a consistent well-managed position on data quality for the organization. In addition, Hallworth is heavily focused on the continued development of Statistician, Quant, and Data Scientist community across the company. Prior to joining Capital One, Hallworth was most recently a chief actuary of Travelers Insurance, leading their advanced analytics, modeling, data, and business intelligence initiatives.
Thomas Kramer is responsible for financial management and administrative stewardship at Opower. Previously, he was CFO and co-founder at Cvent, the largest cloud based event-management technology company in the U.S., where he helped grow the organization from zero to profitability and 850 employees, and where he led the largest private software financing round in the U.S. since 2007. Prior to joining Cvent, Kramer was a consultant at Boston Consulting Group - where he developed e-commerce strategies and management analyses for North American corporations - and a senior consultant at Accenture. Kramer was named one of the 10 best CFOs in Washington, D.C. by SmartCEO
in 2011, and CFO of the year by Washington Business Journal
in 2014. He earned a master's at the Norwegian School of Economics, and an MBA at Harvard Business School, with a focus on strategy and finance. While at HBS, Kramer co-authored the Amazon e-commerce strategy case study, which went on to become part of the school's core curriculum.
Director of Innovation & Chief Technology Officer
Technology, innovation and cybersecurity veteran Richard Robinson serves as Telos Corporation's director of innovation. In this role, Robinson is responsible for coordinating, facilitating and managing the company's innovation process, and developing internal programs to extract and share innovative ideas throughout the company. He identifies new strategies, business opportunities and technologies, developing new capabilities and architectures and conducting research to support foundational improvement in the company's ability to address current and future markets.
Prior to Telos, Robinson was the CIO of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where he spearheaded the development and implementation of an open innovation framework, an identity management and authentication architecture for collaboration, integration of cybersecurity R&D and operations, and predictive and behavioral modeling tools for cybersecurity. He previously held senior information technology management roles for a variety of public and private enterprises.
Robinson is co-founder and chief technologist for the non-profit Gov2020 Institute, whose mission is to enable the support, development and advancement of partnerships between the public and private sectors and the application of open innovation principles. Robinson holds a Bachelor of Science in engineering from California Polytechnic in San Luis Obispo and numerous technical and management certifications.
Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy
David Speiser, Ph.D. is a leader in strategy development, strategic planning, and corporate development. He has worked with high-technology and services companies for two decades and has led numerous client engagements in aerospace, satellite communications, and related sectors.
With a strong background in business services, renewable energy, health and health IT, and life sciences, Speiser has held executive positions at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), and he was a principal with McKinsey & Company.
Speiser has a doctorate degree from the University of California-Berkeley, where he was also a postdoctoral fellow, and a bachelor's degree from Harvard College.