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Join us for a panel discussion: Reimagining Health Care: Brian Le Gette, WG95, CEO and Co-Founder, Ammortal, Inc., and Kathy Bristow, VP, CommonSpirit Health.
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About Brian Le Gette: CEO and Co-Founder, Ammortal, Inc.; Entrepreneur in Residence, Conscious Venture Lab; CEO and Co-Founder, ZeroChroma, LLC; Co-Founder, Big City Farms, LLC
Accomplished entrepreneur and chief executive with a portfolio of successes orchestrating and helping others to orchestrate the start-up, growth and optimization of diverse businesses spanning multiple industries. Founder & CEO of the 9th fastest growing privately-held company in America according (Inc 500 ‘04) with 4-year growth of 9600% and strong double-digit EBITDA. Connected Wharton MBA with powerful multi-faceted global work experiences in North America, Europe & Asia.
Brian has more than 20 years of executive experience helping businesses across multiple industries optimize for the future. He is the inventor or co-inventor of numerous consumer products and has secured more than 50 patents in countries around the world. He has served as a board director for organizations including Living Classrooms, Baltimore School for the Arts, and University of Maryland Clark School of Engineering.
Brian’s specialties include New Ventures, Capital Formation, Cash Flow Management, Organizational Development, Marketing, Turn-Arounds, Business Development, International Business, Intellectual Property, Negotiation, Brand Building, Mergers and Acquisitions, Patentable Innovation, High-Performance Teams, Fast Growth, Competitive Advantage, Client Relations, Sales.
About Kathy Bristow: System Vice President, Population Health, CommonSpirit Health; Managing Partner, Canter Bristow LLC
Strategy and operations healthcare consultant with expertise in care redesign, accountable care, health IT, organizational development and business strategy. Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Project Management Professional. Kathy is the System Vice President for Population Health at CommonSpirit Health, the largest not-for-profit health system in the US. Her team is building a national infrastructure to support the transformation to value based care. Prior to her current role, Kathy ran her own consulting firm with engagements at Dignity Health during its merger with Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI).
Previously, Kathy led the establishment of the national Care Redesign practice for OptumCare’s rapidly expanding medical group portfolio, supporting value-based care transformation. Her previous engagements as a management consultant include accountable care policy analysis, hospital operations improvement, emerging market business development and large scale systems integration. Kathy began her career as an economic policy consultant in Russia, and served on the team that built the Russian Trading System with Nasdaq, the first stock exchange in the post-Soviet period. Kathy holds a MA from the University of Michigan and a BA from Pepperdine University.
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Moderated by Jason Breemen, WG'02
Jason is based out of LA, and is a Co-Founder of the The New Amsterdam Group B.V. The firm consults to GP's who are looking for expertise to build and grow their firms. The team, based on prior extensive professional experience, can work with GP's active in PE, RE & HF, and the team has experience in working with LP's globally. With senior team members in Amsterdam, Hong Kong and Los Angeles, the firm can cover the needs of both investors and GP's across North America, Europe and Asia.
Start time: 05:00 p.m. PDT
End time: 06:00 p.m. PDT
Venue: Online event
Wharton C-Circle meeting 10/28 Noon PDT
The 2020’s started out with a crazy thing called Covid. What will history say about this time period? Certainly, history will report that Covid-19 changed the way the world works, the way we think about inter-connections, and the way we connect with each other. Despite these changes, some things remain the same. We still need relationships and we still need to connect. Join us on Wednesday evening, October 21, 2020 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm as we explore the brave new world of networking and building relationships in a virtual world.
This event is exclusively for the alumni of the fifteen
Business Schools that comprise the OCMBA, and their guests.
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OCMBA is a network of the Orange County / So Cal alumni chapters of fifteen leading Business Schools.
Learn more at www.OCMBA.com or join the OCMBA LinkedIn group if you graduated from one of the participating Business Schools.
Wharton Club of Chicago Members: $20/session, Non-members (including Wharton Club of Southern California): $35/session
The four sessions are designed to provide critical insights and guidance across the following four areas:
Emad Hasan shares profitable lessons in data from Facebook, PayPal and his customer lifetime value company, Retina.
Marketing Mondays is a tri-weekly group for Wharton alumni working in marketing. In each one-hour Zoom meeting, we will discuss the current issues we are facing in marketing and help each other access the resources and connections we need to be successful.
Marketing Mondays is led by Dan Smith W ’86 and UCLA MBA ’90.
We will email the Zoom link to attendees the morning of the event.
Wharton So Cal members: FREE
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