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Dossia Leadership

The Dossia founders leadership group is responsible for managing the Dossia organization and ensuring that this vision of providing lifelong electronic health records is carried out.

Dossia Board of Directors

Michael Critelli
Chairman, Board Of Directors, Dossia

Executive Chairman,
Pitney Bowes

Susan Nelson
Secretary, Board Of Directors, Dossia
Senior Vice President of Total Rewards,
Cardinal Health

Craig Barrett
Chairman of the Board,
Intel Corporation

Sharon Collins
U.S. Health and Welfare Benefits,
BP America

Linda Dillman
Executive Vice President of Risk Management, Benefits and Sustainability,

Donna Scott
Executive Director,
Business Communications Services

Todd Williamson
Vice President, US Health
Outcomes, sanofi-aventis

Diana Finucane
Director, Global Benefits
Applied Materials

Dossia Executive Team

Colin Evans
President and CEO,
Dossia Consortium
Intel Corporation

Anne Chapman
Senior Program Manager,
Personal Health Records Group,
Intel Corporation

Tom Foth
Research Fellow
Pitney Bowes

Dave Hammond
Vice President
Enterprise Architecture
Cardinal Health

Omid Moghadam
Personal Health Records Group
Intel Corporation

Carolyn Walton
Vice President
Information Systems

Chairman, Board of Directors, Dossia
Executive Chairman, Pitney Bowes Inc.

Michael J. Critelli has been the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dossia Corporation since February 2007, and Executive Chairman of Pitney Bowes Inc., a $6 billion mailstream solutions company, since May 14, 2007. During the 33 years since he completed his undergraduate education at the University of Wisconsin and was awarded a J.D., cum laude at Harvard Law School, he has had a distinguished career as a company, industry, and community leader.

As Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dossia Corporation, Mr. Critelli spearheads the Dossia Founders Group, which is funding development of a web-based framework through which U.S. employees, dependents and retirees can maintain private, personal and portable health records.

As Executive Chairman of Pitney Bowes, Mr. Critelli leads the company's focus on the emerging opportunities in the external environment, including postal reform and transformation in the U. S. and globally, and market opportunities arising from the company's innovation and leadership in areas such as health care, government services and corporate social responsibility. He also concentrates on building upon the company's already strong positions in corporate governance.

There are several public policy areas where his passion and expertise have led to both personal and company awards, such as health care and healthy communities. Under his leadership the Company created a culture of health and is a widely recognized innovator in this area. He serves as Chairman of the Board of another health-oriented non-profit organization: the Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Advisory Board, and also serves as Chairman of Governor M. Jodi Rell's Transportation Advisory Commission on reform of the Connecticut Department of Transportation. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Eaton Corporation and the Board of Trustees for the Connecticut Science Center.
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Secretary, Board of Directors, Dossia
Senior Vice President of Total Rewards, Cardinal Health

Sue Nelson joined Cardinal Health in 2003 and is currently the Senior Vice President for Total Rewards.Cardinal Health is an $80 billion, global company serving the health-care industry with products and services that help hospitals, physician offices and pharmacies reduce costs, improve safety, productivity and profitability, and deliver better care to patients. Cardinal employs more than 40,000 people on five continents.In addition to managing Total Rewards, she also is a member of the Human Resources Leadership Team and serves as the representative of Cardinal Healthon the Dossia Board of Directors.

Prior to her employment with Cardinal, she was a co-leader of  worldwide total compensation.  She has a B.S. in Business and  Public Administration from the University of Texas and has served on National Boards such as World at Work and the National Business Group on Health.  She was also a Governor Bush appointee to the Texas Healthcare Information Council and Past President of the Dallas-Ft. Worth Business Group on Health.

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Chairman of the Board, Intel Corporation

Craig Barrett is chairman of the board of Intel Corporation and a  leading advocate for improving education and healthcare. He is also  a vocal advocate for the value that technology can provide in raising social and economic standards globally.

Barrett joined Intel Corporation in 1974. In 1992, he was elected  to the company's board of directors and was named chief operating officer in 1993. Barrett became Intel's fourth president in 1997,  CEO in 1998, and chairman of the board in 2005.

While serving as Intel's CEO, Barrett became increasingly concerned  about the rising costs of healthcare for employers. He was determined to find a way that technology can expand access to, improve quality in, and reduce costs of healthcare. In 2005, he helped establish Intel's Digital Health Group, which aims to help transform global healthcare by connecting people and information. Barrett also has become actively involved in helping drive  innovation in healthcare.   He serves on the American Health Information Community, co-chairing its Chronic Care Workgroup, and plays a key role in Dossia. Dossia is a web-based system that will enable employees, retirees, and their dependents to maintain lifelong personal health records.

In addition, Barrett serves as chairman of the United Nations Global Alliance on Information and Communication Technologies and Development, and is an appointee to the President's Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations. He co-chairs the Business Coalition for Student Achievement and the National Innovation Initiative Leadership Council, and is a member of the Board of Trustees for the U.S. Council for International Business. As chair of the National Academy of Engineering, Barrett promotes the academy's policies to the engineering community and the public. In addition, he is a member of the National Governors' Association 
Task Force on Innovation America, the National Infrastructure Advisory Council, and the Committee on Scientific Communication and National Security.

Barrett received his bachelor's, masters' and doctoral degrees in Materials Science from Stanford University. He also was a Fulbright Fellow at the Danish Technical University in Denmark and a NATO Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Physical Laboratory in England. Prior to joining Intel, Barrett was an associate professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University.
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Director, U.S. Health and Welfare Benefits, BP America

Sharon Collins is BP America's Director, U.S. Health and Welfare Benefits.  She leads a team responsible for all aspects of the design and delivery of BP’s health and welfare programs offered to more than 80,000 employees and retirees.  Additionally, she has accountability for communication of all benefit programs to the various BP audiences.

Prior to joining BP in April of 2001, Ms. Collins spent several years in benefits consulting with William M. Mercer, Inc. (now Mercer Human Resources Consulting).  Her benefits experience extends over 20 years and includes work at a large public utility and the University of Texas.  Since joining BP, Ms. Collins has implemented a variety of initiatives to increase the value of BP’s health care benefits  both in terms of company expenditure and employee perception.

Ms. Collins holds a degree from Oklahoma Baptist University.  She sits on the Executive Committee of the Aetna Client Advisory Group and on the Dossia Founders’ Advisory Board.  She is also on the Board of Directors of the Interface-Samaritan Counseling Center.
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Executive Vice President, Risk Management, Benefits and Sustainability
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Linda Dillman serves as Executive Vice President of Risk Management, Benefits and Sustainability for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.  She also leads the company’s Health and Wellness efforts. She assumed this role in 2006.

Linda previously was the Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Linda joined Wal-Mart in 1991 through the acquisition of The Wholesale Club in Indianapolis, Indiana. At Wal-Mart, Linda has served in several key information systems management positions, where her most notable accomplishments were the implementation of the perpetual inventory and store Telxon systems at Wal-Mart.  In 1998, Linda was named Vice President of Applications Development, where she led the systems conversion for Wal-Mart’s acquisition of ASDA in the United Kingdom. Prior to serving as Executive Vice President and CIO, Linda served as Vice President of International Systems.  Prior to Wal-Mart, Linda worked for the Hewlett-Packard Company for five years.
In addition to memberships in professional and retail organizations, Linda serves on the boards of  the Northwest Arkansas Community College Foundation Board, the University of Arkansas School of Engineering Advisory Board, the Leadership International Advisory Board Co-Chairperson, the University of Indianapolis Advisory Board and the National Center for Women In Technology (NCWIT).

Dillman was named to Fortune’s “50 Most Powerful Women in Business” list in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.  In May 2003, Dillman received the University of Indianapolis “Distinguished Alumni” Award, was named the “Information Systems Executive of the Year” by the David D. Lattanze Center for Executive Studies in Information Systems at Loyola College in 2004, received the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business “Women in Leadership” Award in 2005 and was selected as Computerworld’s 2006 EMC Information Leadership Recipient.
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Executive Director, Business Communications Services, AT&T

Donna Scott is a marketing management professional with over thirty years of marketing, sales, and product management experience in the fast-paced technology industry.   As Executive Director in the Business Communications Services organization at AT&T, she is currently leading all marketing programs for the Government, Education, and Healthcare segments across the country.  In this role, she has also been influential in driving a broad focus on healthcare marketing throughout AT&T.  Ms. Scott’s thirty years of experience with AT&T and BellSouth include eight years leading BellSouth Product Management for broadband and e-commerce services as well as defining Marketing strategy across all segments.  Prior to BellSouth, Ms. Scott spent 22 years with AT&T in sales, product, and marketing positions.  Here are a few of her career accomplishments:

  • Led multiple product organizations responsible for $1 to 3 Billion revenue, and exceeded volume, revenue and profitability commitments every year.
  • Led product management and marketing in three different internet “startups”, including developing compelling business cases and gaining funding approvals.
  • Provided thought-leadership on key strategic projects, including a comprehensive Consumer marketing strategy and an online marketing overhaul for BellSouth. 
  • Led marketing teams at AT&T/BellSouth on three different M&A due diligence processes, gaining approval for recommendations in every case.
  • Produced award-winning sales results across a variety of markets and services.
  • Developed and executed successfully on a process re-engineering approach at AT&T to achieve major cost reduction, which resulted in $100M savings and 50% cycle time improvement for provisioning of all services.

Ms. Scott has an MBA in Marketing and International Business from Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and a B.A. in Music from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.  She is a longstanding member of the American Marketing Association, the eMarketing Association and the Technology Association of Georgia.  She lives in Decatur, Georgia with her daughter, Hannah, who is eleven years old, and enjoys traveling, music, and movies.  She is also active in the Autism Society of America and acts as a parent advocate for parents of newly diagnosed children with autism.
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Vice President, US Health Outcomes, sanofi-aventis

Todd Williamson graduated from Queen’s University in 1990 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada with a Ph.D. prior to joining the pharmaceutical industry.  He joined Syntex Pharmaceuticals in Canada where he worked on outcomes research and government relations.  In 1994 he left Syntex to join Adria Labs which then became Pharmacia and in 1998 he moved to the US headquarters of then Pharmacia & Upjohn in New Jersey where he became Director and subsequently Senior Director of Outcomes Research.  Todd left Pharmacia with the acquisition by Pfizer working for Yamanouchi Pharma as their head of Health Outcomes, and at the beginning of 2005 he joined Sanofi-Aventis where he is today as the Vice President of US Health Outcomes.
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Director, Global Benefits, Applied Materials

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Senior Program Manager, Personal Health Records Group, Intel Corporation

Anne Chapman is the Senior Program Manager in Intel’s Personal Health Records Group.  Anne joined Intel to lead development of Dossia, an employer coalition to promote widespread adoption of personal health records.  Prior to joining Intel, Anne held senior management positions in the health care industry in a variety of organizations including payers, providers and not-for-profits with experience in the areas of program administration, marketing and workforce development.

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President and CEO, Dossia Consortium

Dossia is a non-profit organisation setup by a consortium of large US employers for the purpose of creating a national system to deliver lifelong, personal, private, and portable health records for their employees.  There are currently eight employers involved in the Dossia consortium; Intel, Applied Materials, BP America, AT&T, Pitney Bowes, Wal-Mart Stores, sanofi-aventis, and Cardinal Health. 

The current management team at Dossia is made up of executives on loan from founder companies and Colin Evans is acting President and CEO, on-loan from Intel Digital Health Group.

Evans has been with Intel for 27 years and prior to his assignment at Dossia, served as the Director of Digital Health Policy and Standards, responsible for Intel’s efforts to cooperate with industry and legislative stakeholders to drive policy development and with industry partners to create platform standards. His group was responsible for creating both the Continua Health Alliance formed to create agreement on consumer health platform and device interoperability worldwide and the Dossia Consortium that brings together major US employers to develop the their shared infrastructure for personal, private, and portable health records.

Before joining Digital Health Group, Evans held a variety of management positions in Europe and the US in a broad spectrum of disciplines including information technology, business applications development, marketing, e-Business architecture, and system software research. In his most recent role Evans led Intel’s Corporate Technology Group research labs focused on virtualization, trust, and content protection technologies and hosted Intel’s research on Proactive Health aimed at the development of platforms for home health monitoring.

Evans has represented Intel in the leadership of a number of industry standards initiatives. He chaired the Board of Directors of Oasis, an international consortium driving XML interoperability, and played a central role in the creation of RosettaNet, a multi-company initiative focused on building Internet-based supply chains for the information technology, electronic components, and semiconductor manufacturing industries. For several years, Evans served as chair of RosettaNet’s Executive Board and is currently the President of the Dossia Consortium.

Prior to joining Intel, Evans was involved in business applications development in the semiconductor, electric utility and pharmaceutical industries.

Evans obtained his degree in Computer Science at Manchester University in the United Kingdom, and is an alumnus of INSEAD, France.
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Research Fellow, Pitney Bowes

Tom Foth is a research fellow at Pitney Bowes.  He has been involved in software and systems development for the past 32 years. Tom’s experience spans from large mainframe systems development for a Fortune 10 company to distributed state government health and welfare systems down to embedded systems for data communications.  He has led development for software vendors in the areas of data communications and collaborative work environments.  Immediately prior to joining Pitney Bowes, Tom invented, developed, and brought to market a high-speed optical network connection between mainframes and file servers. 

At Pitney Bowes, Tom has been involved in a diverse set of assignments including the development of an Internet micropayment system, Internet postage payment systems, and remote check imaging systems.  In 2004, Tom was among a group of seven inventors named by Pitney Bowes as Inventors of the Year for his work on a patent covering Internet based postage payments used by eBay. In 2006 Tom was again named co-Inventor of the Year for his permit postage payment system.  Tom has been granted 21 patents and has over 40 pending.
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Vice President, Enterprise Architecture, Cardinal Health

Dave Hammond is Vice President, Enterprise Architecture for Cardinal Health, an $89 Billion healthcare company.  Focused on the high-growth health care market, Cardinal Health has built the industry's broadest suite of products and services that help improve quality, safety and efficiency all along the chain of care. Dave has over 20 years experience in Information Technology and health care.  Since joining Cardinal Health at its Folsom, California facility in 1999 Dave has led a variety of technology and strategy teams focused on improving the value and innovation of Cardinal Health’s technology investments. 

Mr. Hammond’s latest assignment is leading the technology development team for the Dossia Foundation, a non-profit consortium of large employers, dedicated to the development of private, personal, portable and secure health records for its employees and their dependents, plus retirees.  Dossia was established by major U.S. employers Applied Materials, BP America Inc., Cardinal Health, Intel Corporation, Pitney Bowes Inc. and Wal-Mart to create a Web-based system that will enable employees to gain access to their own personal health data, which is now largely inaccessible to them. Dossia will use a Web-based infrastructure to empower individuals to manage their own health care, improve communications with their doctors, and provide more complete and accurate information for healthcare providers than the current system, which continues to be fragmented and still largely paper-based.

Prior to joining Cardinal, Dave worked in large and small hospitals, independent clinical diagnostic centers and several startup software companies.  He served as chief technology officer for a regional healthcare laboratory and independent software vendors.  A 2005 Computerworld Premier 100 honoree, Dave is a frequently requested speaker and panelist.
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Director, Personal Health Records Group, Intel Corporation

Omid Moghadam is the Founder and Executive Director of Dossia Corporation (dossia.org), and the Director of Personal Health Records Programs at Intel Corporation. Dossia is a not for profit corporation funded by a consortium of large employers to create a viable national public utility for creation of independent life-long health records and the supporting ecosystem. He joined the Health Group from Intel's Corporate Technology Group where as head of microprocessor strategy led a team of business and technical experts in twin tasks of technology transfer to product groups and development of programs to prepare the software ecosystem for introduction of new Intel multi-core architectures.

Prior to joining Intel in year 2000, Mr. Moghadam was a Principal of American Management Systems Inc., an international management consultancy based in Washington, D.C. At AMS, he focused his efforts on strategy and intellectual property issues of electronic commerce.

Prior to AMS, Mr. Moghadam spent seven years with Eastman Kodak Company in various technical and business management roles. His assignments ranged from leading the creation of the Digital Angiography business, to managing regional sales and marketing for the newly created Digital Imaging business and leading mergers and acquisition deals in the printing and semiconductor sectors.

An expert in medical imaging, Mr. Moghadam holds bachelors and masters degrees in electrical engineering, as well as an MBA in finance.

Mr. Moghadam is a member of Royal Economic Society and Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), where he serves on the Medical Technology Policy committee. He also serves on Markle Foundation’s Personal Health Technology council, and on Robert Wood Johnson’s Project Health Design National Advisory Council. He is a member of the editorial advisory board of Advanced Imaging magazine. A prolific inventor, he holds 46 patents, and has received the honor of being named an Eastman distinguished inventor.
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Vice President, Information Systems, Wal-Mart

Carolyn Walton joined Wal-Mart in 2004 and currently serves as Vice President, Information Systems. Her responsibilities include developing strategic partnerships with leaders in government, industry and academia, focusing on the development of solutions for global
initiatives such as healthcare and sustainability.  She has overall leadership in a number of broad areas that include the development of standards for health information technology as well as the development of global standards and fostering collaboration with a number of
partners in Wal-Mart's pace-setting initiatives with electronic product codes and radio frequency identification.  Carolyn is a member of the Board of Governors for EPCglobal, the non-profit international standards organization.  She actively participates in their efforts to facilitate adoption of electronic product codes.

Prior to coming to Wal-Mart, Carolyn was Chief Information Officer for a large electric, gas, and telecommunications company.   She also served in Governor Huckabee's Cabinet as Executive CIO for the State of Arkansas.   She is an information technology executive with corporate, entrepreneurial, and intrapreneurial experience in creating business value through the use of technology.  Carolyn is a nationally recognized thought leader in the information technology industry.  InformationWeek identified her as one of 15 national "innovators and influencers" to watch.  She speaks in a number of venues, offering her insight and lessons learned in finding the right places to use technology to solve business problems.

Carolyn is an honors graduate from Vanderbilt University and has completed executive education courses at Wharton.
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