President and Founder
Connie S. McGee
Business Development Executive, Intel Corporation
Connie McGee is an experienced healthcare executive with a diverse background in technology sales, business development strategies, market research, consulting, and strategic account leadership. She has worked primarily in the healthcare and information technology for more than 28 years. Clients have included FedEx, Wal-Mart, Community Health Systems (CHS) and Hospital Corporation of American (HCA). She applies her background and expertise toward increasing market share, analytics, commercialization, service line and go to market penetration, and proven revenue growth while driving down cost.
Joining Intel Corporation in 2015, she is an industry lead for Business Development initiatives for Healthcare & Life Sciences with the largest Fortune 500 healthcare providers. Expanding Intel’s go to market strategy, she focuses on growth and expansion of the healthcare vertical by building awareness of Intel’s brand in IoT (Internet of Things), Big Data, and HPCC (High Performance Cloud Computing). Working with Intel global strategic partners HP, Dell, Microsoft, Cisco, and Cloudera, she aligns with client initiatives to deliver secure technology platforms supporting transformation to consumer driven healthcare models.
Prior to Intel, her role as Senior Vice President with PYA Analytics, she expanded her expertise in “Big Data”, and advanced analytics, complimenting her prior work with mobility, “mHealth”. While playing a key role in launching an advanced analytics company within healthcare, her background provided the opportunity to capture extensive data analytic projects with providers and payers. Working with a team of data scientists and statisticians, she provides thought leadership to Fortune 500 healthcare corporations to enable them to utilize internal data repositories. Projects include: structured/unstructured data, text analysis, modeling, visualizations, data quality that will enable her clients to move toward consumer driven healthcare. Utilizing her experience in high risk patient monitoring, she applies advanced analytics around the eco-system of healthcare that includes: care pathways, proactive wellness, and patient journeys throughout the continuum of care.
Her career also includes two of the largest global technology and services companies, Dell and KPMG, where she held key leadership roles as a Director in the Healthcare Advisory Services. She led initiatives within a portfolio of client services to provide strategic vision for growth and expansion within healthcare and information technology. Working with direct sales models and organizational structure of partners &
alliances, developed sales teams, and market strategies around business development. Drawing from her consultancy background with one of the Big 4 accounting firms (KPMG), she is able to showcase her expertise in business development, sales and marketing. As a leader, she has established a vast executive network within her reach to gain support, and connect, on her endeavors. With an entrepreneurial mindset, she brings big picture thinking with an enterprise view toward a long term vision. Her background provides unique insight on best practices and protocols to enable revenue growth while driving out cost.
Civic and Community Boards:
Graduate of Athens University - Bachelor of Science, Business Administration.
Secretary and Co-Founder
Linda Rebrovick is a Senior Client Partner, Morgan Samuels. She is responsible for client relationships, and executive and board director retained search for both public and private companies. Linda’s business and board experience includes over twenty-five years as an executive officer, five years as an entrepreneur, and twenty years serving as a board director.
Linda currently serves as a Director on the Boards of HealthStream, Inc., leading healthcare workforce development and patient experience company, and Tribridge Enterprises, LLC, global cloud solutions and business technology services company. She serves as a member of the advisory board of Western Express, Inc. and previously held board directorships with KPMG LLP, and Pinnacle Financial Partners.
Prior to joining Morgan Samuels, Linda was a candidate for the office of Mayor, Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County Government, and CEO, Consensus Point, global provider of innovative prediction market research software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions. Linda was previously the Chief Marketing Officer, BearingPoint, Inc. There she led the global marketing organization during the company’s IPO and managed the successful rebranding of the global consulting business in 40 countries.
As Vice President, Dell Healthcare, and EVP, Managing Partner, Healthcare, KPMG Consulting, she was responsible for full-service business consulting, including process improvement, organizational analysis, and the design and implementation of healthcare technology solutions. Linda began her career with IBM as a Marketing Representative, Marketing Manager, and Business Unit Executive.
Linda holds a BS in Marketing from Auburn University and was selected as one of their Top 400 Women Graduates of the past 100 years. As a civic and community leader, Linda serves as the co-chair and co-founder of Women Corporate Directors, Tennessee, founding Board Director of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, Trustee of the Board of Leadership Nashville, and she previously served as the Board Chair of the Nashville Technology Council.
Corbette Doyle is a Lecturer of Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness at the Peabody College at Vanderbilt University. Her research focuses on the differential impact of gender balanced executive teams and boards. In addition to diversity, Corbette teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in strategy and analytics. Up until July 2008, she was the Chair of the Health Care Industry practice and global Chief Diversity Officer at Aon, a Fortune 250 consulting and risk management firm headquartered in Chicago. For the latter role, she reported directly to the CEO.
Prior to her role as CDO, her responsibilities included leading a dozen different industry practices, launching new practice groups, acquiring companies, closing companies, and serving on the boards of companies that Aon invested in. She is on the Martin Methodist College Board of Trust, the Professional Liability Underwriting Association Board of Trust and is an External Member of Nissan America’s Executive Diversity Council. She previously served on the Boards of Definity Health, Sterling Life Insurance, the CPCU Board of Governors, ASHRM, and was the president of the Owen Alumni Board. She is in the dissertation phase of her doctorate at Northeastern University, graduated first in her EMBA class at the Owen School at Vanderbilt, and graduated Magna Cum Laude from SUNY Oswego in Economics (Major) and Math (minor).
Leslie has practiced law for over two decades in the areas of corporate & securities and general business law. Her experience has included working with both public and private companies, including healthcare companies, as well as private individual investors. Leslie’s practice has evolved into an exclusive focus on privately held companies and general business matters with a focus on entrepreneurs forming and growing a vibrant business. In fact, she has experience as an “entrepreneur” herself when she formed Maclellan Law, PLLC in 2013 to allow for control over her schedule and focus on work/life balance.
Her work includes general business formation and structuring, commercial contracts, equity compensation and employment contracts, private equity and debt financing, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and compliance. Clients have included businesses in the manufacturing, food service, interior design, consulting, healthcare and insurance industries, to name a few. Leslie has also worked with individual “angel” investors as well as private equity firms as they invest in portfolio companies. Leslie has also advised and consulted with a range of tax-exempt organizations including public charities, private foundations, secondary schools and colleges and social enterprises. Leslie has been asked to speak to legal and civic groups on the topics of business formation and issues pertaining to faith-based private schools.
Leslie has focused a significant amount of time and pro bono legal work in the area of domestic and international adoption. She has served on the board of directors for several tax-exempt organizations, including The Hermitage, Lipscomb University Business School Board of Visitors, Legacy Mission Village and Show Hope, a movement for Orphans.
Leslie received her undergraduate degree in Rhetoric and Communication, with a minor in Political Science, from the University of Virginia and graduated, Magna Cum Laude, from the Georgetown University Law Center, where she was also awarded Order of the Coif.