Amy Waldron

Director, Global Healthcare & Life Sciences Solutions Strategy, Google Cloud

At Google, Amy is an executive on the Global healthcare and life sciences solution strategy team, serving as the global solutions leader of their rapidly growing health plans business. She leads the vision, strategy, and execution of the industry product strategy. Amy drives business transformation innovation with emerging products leveraging Google’s industry leading interoperability, analytics and AI/ML capabilities. Amy works with leadership of global strategic clients, resources across Alphabet and partners in the cloud eco-system to create solutions improving end user experiences and value, operational efficiencies and positive social outcomes.

Amy serves as a featured speaker throughout the industry at organizations such as HIMSS, AHIP, Matter, HealthImpact. Recent speaking topics include delivering on the patient experience, leveraging technology to bridge healthcare inequities, women in tech, and meeting compliance and security requirements through use of cloud technology.

Prior to joining Google, Amy spent 20 years working with PwC in New York, Chicago and San Francisco, leading market growth strategies for emerging markets, new service lines and brands as well as leading in market “turn-around” situations. Afterwards, Amy became a partner at The Chartis Group, a healthcare advisory firm where she was focused on organic and inorganic strategic growth initiatives. Amy and her teams have been recipients of several awards including: 5 AVA gold awards for digital innovations, The Financial Communications Society’s “Differentiating a 21st Century Professional Services Firm” award and the Brandon Hall “Excellence in Learning” award. Amy has also been the recipient of the President’s Council on Service, the National Service to Youth Awards as well as several Innovation awards.

Amy has an undergrad degree from the University of Pittsburgh and an MBA in technology and strategy from Loyola University of Chicago. She has served on the ULC and San Francisco Boys and Girls Club Boards, is on the National Make-a-Wish Board, the American Health Association Chicago Heart Ball Board and serves on the Advisory Board to the Dean at Loyola University of Chicago.