Business Design Lead, IDEO
Tom Antony is a Business Design Lead at IDEO’s Chicago studio. He is also a Venture Partner at NextGen, a network-driven venture fund made up of entrepreneurial operators. Prior to his time at IDEO, Tom was co-founder and COO at Quantified Care, a digital health company that creates patient engagement and remote monitoring tools for patients and clinicians. Using design thinking and lean startup processes, the team achieved impressive engagement and clinical outcomes.
Executive Vice President, Think Company
Phil is Think Company's Executive Vice President, overseeing organizational strategy, design processes, knowledge management, and consulting on new business opportunities. has been consulting, teaching, and writing about innovation, design, and technology since 1992. He has led consultative design teams across many industries including Life Science, Finance, Consulting, Retail, Healthcare, and Big Data.
As the leader of Navigate’s digital and strategic design practice, Kip brings extensive digital strategy and product management experience to the firm. Through his years in media, communications, and banking, Kip understands that starting with a need or problem, not a technology solution, will help companies drive innovation in their customer experience and business offerings.
Director of Innovation Design, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health
Robert co-founded the Health Design Lab at Jefferson, a creative space built with the purpose of merging together design-studio ethos with science-oriented discipline to foster innovation in healthcare. As somebody who enjoys empowering future health care providers to be change makers, Robert leads programs that train students to be health design thinkers and innovators. A Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), Robert has spent over ten years practicing and teaching in Emergency Medicine.
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