Get to know the AONE 2019 plenary speakers
Catch the wave with some of today’s brightest, most innovative and creative thought leaders.
Sarah Robb O'Hagan | 8:00 - 9:30 a.m. Thursday, April 11
Entrepreneur, activist and executive, Sarah Robb O’Hagan draws on decades of experience where she successfully led through change at some of the world’s most influential brands, including Gatorade, Nike and Virgin Megastores. She will talk candidly about her journey to the top and the importance of pushing yourself to the limit, realizing opportunities for growth and leading others to “explore the extremes”.
Indu Subaiya | 3:45 - 5:00 p.m. Thursday, April 11
Join Indu as she gives an in-depth look at the current health care landscape and how we can utilize innovative technology tools, platforms, and resources to disrupt the status quo to transform care. She will highlight the best practices to enable change and share how providers and health systems can prepare as the future of health care transforms. Indu Subaiya's visionary work builds community, creates dialogue, and inspires us to radically rethink how our health shapes our lives. Indu co-founded and served as CEO of Health 2.0, the leading media platform that promotes and catalyzes new technologies in health care. Health 2.0 was recently acquired by HIMSS and Indu continues to head the organization as Executive Vice President as it scouts new technologies, advances edge, and builds initiatives to drive sustainable change in today’s health care landscape. Indu is a female immigrant from India and is a passionate advocate for an end to health care disparities and increased diversity across the leadership ranks of the industry.
Karen Hill, RN, DNP, FAAN | 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Friday, April 12
Dr. Karen Hill is a leader in nursing leadership excellence. She is the editor-in-chief for the international, peer-reviewed Journal of Nursing Administration and chief operating officer and chief nursing officer of Baptist Health Lexington. As editor-in-chief of JONA, Dr. Hill is well versed on current research relevant to nurse leaders. She is co-author of Establishing a Research-Friendly Environment, A Hospital-Based Approach.
Hosted by the AONE Foundation made possible by a generous gift from Kaiser Permanente.
Amy Herman | 10:15 - 11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 13
Amy Herman is a lawyer and art historian who uses works of art to systematically sharpen observation, analysis, and communication skills. While working as Head of Education at The Frick Collection, she instituted the Art of Perception program for medical students to improve their observation skills. Herman has adapted the program for a wide range of law enforcement agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Secret Service. By showing people how to look closely at works of art, she helps them hone their visual intelligence to recognize the most pertinent information and biases that impede decision making.