William A. Sanger has more than three decades of leadership experience in the healthcare industry. He was appointed President of EmCare in 2001 and Chief Executive Officer of AMR and EmCare in June 2002. Sanger is a co-founder of BIDON Companies where he’s been a Managing Partner since 1999. Sanger is a member of the Board of Directors of Carestream Health, a global leader in medical imaging and healthcare IT and Healogics, the nation's largest provider of advanced wound care services. He is also a member of the Board of Advisors of Atlas Partners LP, and the Advisory Committee of North Peak Capital LLC.
Sanger served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. from 1997 to 2001. From 1994 to 1997, Sanger was co-founder and Executive Vice President of PhyMatrix Corp., then a publicly traded diversified health services company. In addition, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of various other healthcare entities, including JFK Health Care System, and served as Chairman of the Board of Vidacare Corporation, a leader in the field of intraosseous medicine, from 2009 to 2013. Sanger has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Captain Charlie Plumb has lived what he believes to be the American Dream. As a farm kid from Kansas, he fantasized about airplanes, although he felt certain he would never have the opportunity to pilot one. It would be the United States Navy who afforded Plumb the opportunity to live out that dream.
After graduating from the Naval Academy, Plumb completed Navy Flight Training and reported to Miramar Naval Air Station in San Diego where he flew the first adversarial flights in the development of what would be called The Navy Fighter Weapons School, currently known as “TOP GUN.” The next year, Plumb’s squadron the Aardvarks launched on the Aircraft Carrier USS Kitty Hawk with Fighter Squadron 114 to fly the Navy’s hottest airplane, the F-4 Phantom Jet. Code named “Plumber,” Charlie Plumb flew 74 successful combat missions over North Vietnam and made over 100 carrier landings.
On his 75th mission, just five days before the end of his tour, Plumb was shot down over Hanoi, taken prisoner, tortured, and spent the next 2,103 days in an 8-by-8 foot cell as a Prisoner Of War. During his nearly six years of captivity, Plumb distinguished himself as a pro in underground communications. He was a great inspiration to all the other POWs and served as chaplain for two years.
Since his return home, Plumb has captivated more than 5,000 audiences in almost every industry around the world with stories that parallel his POW experience with the challenges of everyday life.
Wrote the foreword for, “Into The Ring”
O'Hurley is an award-winning actor, best known as J. Peterman from NBC's "Seinfeld." He won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Ensemble for his work on the classic sitcom. Prominent former projects include hosting Dick Clark Productions' "Celebrity A-List Bloopers," "National Geographic's Show Me the Wild" and the syndicated "Family Feud" game show.
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Dr. Wang founded InTouch Health in 2003, and served as Chairman & CEO until 2016, when he assumed the position of Chairman and Chief Innovation Officer. InTouch Health is a pioneering and market-leading telehealth company that offers a platform to health systems that enables the virtualization of care delivery. InTouch has received numerous awards, including Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 Award and Inc.
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Angel R. Martinez is a leader in product marketing, innovation and future trends. He has served as chairman of the board of Deckers Brands since 2008 and as CEO and president since 2005. Deckers designs, markets and distributes footwear, apparel and accessories, including UGG Australia, Teva, HOKA ONE ONE and Ahnu brands.
Bowers is a world-leading researcher in the areas of silicon photonics, optoelectronics, energy efficiency and the development of novel low power optoelectronic devices for the next generation of optical networks.
His research interests include silicon photonics and integrated circuits, fiber optic networks, thermoelectrics, high efficiency solar cells, and optical switching. Optical switches have the potential to reduce the energy required to switch data by factor of 10,000.
Silicon photonics have the potential to reduce the energy required to transmit data on and off chips by a factor of ten or more. A recent collaboration with Intel led to the development of hybrid silicon lasers, which led to a prototype 50 Gbps high-speed optical data link, which is integrated onto silicon.
Thomas Tighe has served as President and CEO of Direct Relief, a nonprofit humanitarian medical organization, since October 2000. Since Tighe's arrival, the organization has provided cash grants of more than $40 million and furnished more than $4 billion essential medicines, equipment, and supplies to support health services for low-income people in 88 developing countries and in all 50 U.S. states, where the organization conducts the country's largest nonprofit charitable medicines program.