Leadership Activism: The Art of Taking a Stand

Never in our history have we seen more corporate CEOs take a stand for what they believe in. From Weinstein to Trump, CEOs are driven by their personal beliefs, evolved shareholder demands and intensifying consumer expectations. How do you decide when to take a stand? How do you honor your business and personal values? Understand how bold leaders navigate these murky waters.

Host:
Donato Tramuto, CEO, Tivity Health

Discussion Leaders:
Madeline Bell, President & CEO, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Annie Lamont, Managing Partner, Oak HC/FT
Kate Walsh, President & CEO, Boston Medical Center

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Donato Tramuto

President & CEO
Tivity Health

Donato J. Tramuto is the CEO of Tivity Health, Inc (NASDAQ: TVTY), a leading provider of fitness and health improvement programs, with strong capabilities in developing and managing network solutions in healthcare. A recognized innovator and industry leader, he has more than 35 years of healthcare experience, with a deep commitment to global healthcare access, a steadfast focus on patient outcomes and a keen understanding of d Full bio ›

Madeline Bell

President & CEO
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Annie Lamont

Managing Partner
Oak HC/FT

Annie Lamont is a Managing Partner of Oak HC/FT where she focuses on growth equity and early-stage venture opportunities in healthcare information services and financial services technology. She also serves as a Managing Partner of Oak Investment Partners. Annie has been ranked as the top healthcare and fintech investor on the Forbes Midas List. She currently serves on the Boards of Acculynk, Aspire Health, Benefitfoc Full bio ›

Kate Walsh

President & CEO
Boston Medical Center

Kate Walsh is president and CEO of the Boston Medical Center (BMC) health system, with annual operating revenue of $2.8 billion. BMC is a private, not-for-profit, 496 bed, academic medical center with a community-based focus. The primary teaching affiliate of Boston University School of Medicine, Boston Medical Center has approximately 4,900 employees and 1,200 physicians. The BMC health system also includes the BMC HealthNet Full bio ›

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Leadership Activism: The Art of Taking a Stand

Donato Tramuto + Madeline Bell + Annie Lamont + Kate Walsh

Never in our history have we seen more corporate CEOs take a stand for what they believe in. From Weinstein to Trump, CEOs are driven by their personal beliefs, evolved shareholder demands and intensifying consumer expectations. Understand how bold leaders navigate these murky waters.