Lori McNeill is the Chief Operating Officer and Board Chair. She has operated as a Trusted Advisor of CEOs and Change Management Consultant and has extensive experience in global operations. In March 2021, she was listed among the Top 100 Global Women Leaders by the Global Council for the Promotion of International Trade. Prior to joining Global PPE, Ms. McNeill was Founder and President of McNeill Consulting.
Joseph W. Devine
Joe Devine is an experienced Healthcare Executive Leader with more than 38 years in various leadership roles during his tenure. He was the President & CEO of Kennedy Health System, where his vision created a high-quality organization built on strong core values that focused on excellence in patient safety & quality. As a result of these efforts, along with many other recognitions for outstanding quality, in 2016 Kennedy Health was the only hospital in the U.S. to be honored as a Sepsis Hero by the Sepsis Alliance for its extraordinary sepsis detection and treatment program. In addition, under Mr. Devine’s leadership, Kennedy Health (now Jefferson Health – New Jersey) was named a “Top Workplace” by Philly.com for five consecutive years.
Dr. Josko Silobrcic has over 25 years of extensive professional experience and expertise at the forefront of healthcare strategy, business, innovation and development, operations, care delivery, and technology and services management. Dr. Silobrcic is currently Executive Advisor to Innovaccer, Inc., where he was previously Vice President and Executive Director, Innovaccer Academy, heading the company’s efforts around its industry-leading platform for
Dr.Robert W. Naismith
Robert W. Naismith currently serves as Chairman of Mentor Insight, a company that provides business insight to emerging and early stage businesses. He is a serial entrepreneur who during his career founded several biopharmaceutical companies including, Pharmakon Research International, Inc., Biofor, Inc., and Life Science Analytics, all of which he successfully sold. He also serves as Chairman of Jujama, Inc. and Hyderabad based Jujama Solutions, PVT. LTD. Previously,
Martin Joseph “Marty” Chávez is a former three-term mayor of Albuquerque, New Mexico and New Mexico State Senator. He served as the Executive Director of ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability USA and Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Center for Green Schools at U.S. Green Building Council. He was the founding director of the New Mexico Workers’ Compensation Administration in 1986. Marty received his BA from the University of New Mexico,
Don has extensive experience with providers (hospitals, medical groups, academic medical centers, integrated delivery systems, etc.). He was an honorable member of the Harvard School of Public Health faculty since 1995 and currently co-teaches the practicum, a year-long project for all 2nd year cohorts (again, all physicians). Prior to his retirement (12/31/04), he was a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers where he led the physician business services practice.
Congressman Frank Lobiondo
Retired after 24 years serving in the U.S. House of Representatives for New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional district, Frank LoBiondo is the founder and CEO of “LoBo Strategies LLC,” an independent consulting firm providing solutions-driven strategic advice in government and legislative affairs as well as public relations to its clients. Congressman Lobiondo has been elected to office on the county, state and federal levels since 1984.
Dr.Makarand (Mak) Jawadekar
Dr. Mak Jawadekar is currently an independent Pharma Professional. He began his professional career at Pfizer Central Research in early 1982, after having completed his Ph.D. in Pharmaceutics, with Prof. Edward Rippie at the University of Minnesota. He worked at Pfizer Inc, based in Groton-New London Connecticut, for over 28 consecutive years. In 2010, he was a Director, Portfolio Management at Pfizer Inc. During his career at Pfizer, he was responsible for
Congressman James P. (“Jim”) Moran
Congressman James P. (“Jim”) Moran represented Virginia’s 8th Congressional District from 1991 to 2015, where he was known for his bipartisan leadership. He served on the Appropriations, Foreign Affairs, Banking, Housing and Finance, and Government Reform and Oversight committees during his 12 terms in the U.S. House of Representatives. Prior to his time congress, Moran served as mayor of the City of Alexandria, Virginia (1985-1990).