Annie Lamont (HC/FT) is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Oak HC/FT where she focuses on growth equity and early-stage venture opportunities in Healthcare and FinTech.
Annie currently serves on the Boards of Advise Health Holdings, Brightline, CareBridge, Main Street Health, Modern Age, Quartet, Rubicon Founders, Truepill, Vesta Health and VillageMD. She is a Board Observer at Precision Medicine Group. Annie is also actively involved with Devoted Health, Komodo Health, Notable, and TurningPoint Healthcare Solutions.
Annie has been featured on Barron's 100 Most Influential Women in U.S. Finance list, Forbes' 50 Over 50 list, WSJ Pro Private Equity’s Women to Watch list, Fortune’s Top Investors in Health Tech list, Private Equity International's Women of Influence in Venture Capital list, Modern Healthcare's 100 Most Influential People list, Institutional Investor’s FinTech Finance 40 list, CB Insights & The New York Times’ Top 100 Venture Capitalists list, and Forbes’ Midas list. She was the first recipient of the National Venture Capital Association’s award for Excellence in Healthcare Innovation. Annie was also honored with the Healthcare Private Equity Association’s Russell L. Carson Award for Lifetime Achievement in Healthcare Investing. Annie served as a core participant of the Health and Human Services Deputy Secretary’s Innovation and Investment Summit (DSIIS). Annie also served on the Stanford University Board of Trustees and the Executive Board of the National Venture Capital Association.
Annie received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Stanford University.
Todd Park is Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Devoted Health, a company focused on dramatically improving the health and well-being of older Americans by caring for each and every person like they are literally family. Prior to co-founding Devoted, Todd served as White House technology advisor based in Silicon Valley from August 2014 to January 2017. In this role, he focused on bringing top technology talent and best practices into government to improve service delivery, national defense, public engagement, and more.
Prior to this role, Todd served from March 2012 to August 2014 as U.S Chief Technology Officer (CTO) in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and, in that position, served as an Assistant to the President. Todd joined the Obama Administration in August 2009 as CTO of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), where he functioned as an “entrepreneur-in-residence,” helping HHS harness the power of data, technology, and innovation to improve the health of the nation. For his work at HHS, Todd was named one of Fast Company’s “100 Most Creative People in Business” in 2010.
Prior to his work in government, Todd co-founded pioneering health information technology company Athenahealth in 1997 and co-led its development over a decade into a leading national provider of cloud-based software and services for physicians and health care practitioners. He also co-founded Castlight Health, an innovative online health benefits platform company, in 2008 and has served as a senior advisor to Ashoka, a global incubator of social entrepreneurs, where he helped start a venture to bring affordable telehealth services, medications, diagnostics, and clean water to rural India.
Todd graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard College with an A.B. in economics. He currently serves on the Board of Overseers of Harvard University, the boards of New America and The Public Health Company, and the Obama Foundation's Digital & Technology Council. Todd was elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration in 2017, was recognized as "Disruptive Founder of the Year" by Rock Health in 2017, and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Public Service degree by American University in 2021. He is a member of the 2017 Class of Henry Crown Fellows within the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute.
Rohini Kosoglu is the incoming Director of Public Policy and Political Affairs at the Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign. She served as Deputy Assistant to the President and Domestic Policy Advisor to the Vice President in the Biden-Harris White House. She is the first Asian American woman to hold this role. Kosoglu has served as a senior White House official, chief of staff in the United States Senate, and organizational leader in multiple presidential campaigns.
Since the beginning of the Biden-Harris Administration, Kosoglu has been chief policy advisor to Vice President Harris on the most pressing domestic and economic issues facing the nation. She oversees policy issues on behalf of the President and Vice President to lift up the middle class, ensure America’s competitiveness with the rest of the world, and protect our fundamental rights as Americans. Before entering the White House, Harris noted Kosoglu as “one of my closest and most trusted aides from the Senate and presidential campaign.”
Kosoglu previously served as a senior advisor on both the Biden-Harris Campaign and Biden-Harris Transition Team, which included managing vice-presidential debate preparations and transition planning. She also oversaw the vetting process for Harris before joining the Biden-Harris campaign.
Earlier, Kosoglu served Harris on her presidential campaign and in her Senate office. On Harris’ presidential campaign, Kosoglu was chief of staff and senior advisor where she managed operations, communications, and policy for over three hundred staff.
Kosoglu was also the first South Asian American woman to serve as Chief of Staff in the United States Senate. Under her organizational leadership as Chief of Staff to U.S. Senator Kamala Harris, Kosoglu recruited top talent that led the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies to name Harris’ office as the most diverse on Capitol Hill.
Dr. Scott Atlas
Scott W. Atlas, M.D. is the Robert Wesson Senior Fellow in health policy at the Hoover Institution.
Dr. Atlas investigates the role of government and the private sector in health care quality and access, global trends in health care innovation, and the key economic and civil liberty issues related to health policy. During the 2008, 2012, and 2016 presidential campaigns, he was a senior advisor for health policy to a number of candidates for President of the United States. He has also advised several members of the United States Senate and House of Representatives and testified to Congress on health care reform. He served the nation from August to December, 2020 as a Special Advisor to the President and a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force. His most recent books include: A Plague Upon Our House: My Fight at the Trump White House to Stop COVID from Destroying America (Post Hill Press, 2021), Restoring Quality Health Care: A Six‐Point Plan for Comprehensive Reform at Lower Cost (Hoover Press, 2020, 2nd ed), In Excellent Health: Setting the Record Straight on America’s Health Care System (Hoover Press, 2011), and Reforming America’s Health Care System (Hoover Press, 2010). Dr. Atlas has participated on the World Bank’s Commission on Growth and Development. He has also advised leaders on health care and medical technology in several countries outside the US, including Latin America, Southeast Asia, and Europe. Dr. Atlas has published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles and approximately 200 policy pieces, and has been interviewed in a variety of media throughout the world.
Dr. Atlas is also the editor of the leading textbook in the field, Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain and Spine, now in its 5th edition and translated from English into Mandarin, Spanish, and Portuguese. He has been editor, associate editor, and a member of the boards of numerous scientific journals and scientific societies over the past three decades. His medical research centered on advanced applications of new MRI technologies in neurologic diseases. While Professor of Radiology and Chief of Neuroradiology at Stanford University Medical Center from 1998 until 2012 and during his previous faculty positions, Dr. Atlas trained over 100 neuroradiology fellows, many of whom are now leaders in the field throughout the world.
Dr. Atlas has received numerous awards and honors in recognition of his leadership in policy and medicine. He was awarded the 2022 Encounter Prize for Advancing American Ideals, explained as: “Standing up to injustice and facing down the madding crowd of conformity requires enormous patience, equilibrium, insight, and courage—the most important virtue, Aristotle observed, because without it none of the other virtues can flourish. The Encounter Prize for Advancing American Ideals pays tribute to individuals who effectively embody this rare combination of virtues in their lives and work.” He also received the 2021 Freedom Leadership Award, Hillsdale College’s highest honor, “in recognition of his dedication to individual freedom and the free society,” the 2021 Conservative Partnership Institute Freedom Fighter of the Year Award, CPI’s highest honor, "bestowed upon an individual for their courage and dedication to truth and liberty" and the 2011 Alumni Achievement Award, the highest career achievement honor for a distinguished alumnus from the University of Illinois in Urbana‐Champaign. He has been an ad hoc member of the Nominating Committee for the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology for several years. He was named by his peers in The Best Doctors in America every year since its initial publication, as well as in regional listings, such as The Best Doctors in New York and Silicon Valley's Best Doctors.
Dr. Atlas received a BS degree in biology from the University of Illinois in Urbana‐Champaign and an MD degree from the University of Chicago School of Medicine.
Dr. Creagh Milford
As Senior Vice President of Retail Health at CVS Health, Dr. Milford is responsible for leading the MinuteClinic, HealthHUB, and virtual care businesses to ensure that our retail health strategy drives growth across our assets by better integrating our virtual and community-based clinical capabilities. This synergy allows CVS Health to deliver the best value to our customers, clients, and patients.
Creagh is also a practicing internal medicine physician and experienced physician executive. Prior to joining CVS Health, I cofounded and served as CEO of HighCare Health, a population health management payer and provider services company; and was CEO of FullWell, LLC, and system-wide division president of population health services for Mercy Health.
Dr. Brian Donley
Dr. Brian Donley is NewYork-Presbyterian’s new executive vice president and chief operating officer, where he is responsible for achieving the health care system’s operating targets and implementing its patient-centered strategic vision and culture across the enterprise.Throughout his career he has been committed to transforming health care by prioritizing an ethos of empathy for patients, their families, and one another, and focusing on shared humanity.Dr. Donley joins NewYork-Presbyterian with extensive expertise in clinical medicine and hospital operations. Since joining Cleveland Clinic as an orthopedic surgeon in 1996, he held numerous leadership positions within the health system, including chief of the clinical enterprise. Previously, he served as president of the Cleveland Clinic regional hospitals and family health centers and as vice chair of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.In his most recent position as CEO of Cleveland Clinic London, Dr. Donley led the development and opening of Cleveland Clinic’s first hospital in Europe. Dr. Donley was a professor of surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, England.Dr. Donley attended the University of Notre Dame, graduating Phi Beta Kappa. He graduated with distinction from the University of Michigan Medical School and completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at the University of Michigan. He also attended Harvard Business School, completing the Advanced Management Program.