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Harlan is Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology and Public Health at Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, CT. His work has helped improve outcomes, reduce disparities and wasteful practices, and champion transparency across the healthcare landscape. As Director of the Yale Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, he is highly regarded for his impact on national quality improvement initiatives. At the forefront of the Open Science movement, Dr. Krumholz founded the Yale Open Data Access Project which facilitates the sharing of clinical trial data. He received a BS from Yale, a masters in Health Policy and Management from the Harvard University School of Public Health, and his MD from Harvard Medical School.



Hugo is an extension of Leslie’s work as a social entrepreneur, focusing on improving communities through innovative approaches to accessing information and education. She has co-founded and directed two educational non profit organizations and has provided leadership in transitional programming, community education and curriculum development for community organizations. Prior to starting Me2Health, Leslie was founder and CEO of one of the first registered Benefit Corporations in Connecticut. Leslie has a BA from the University of Massachusetts/Amherst and a JD from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. She is recognized as a 2015 CT Tech Council Women of Innovation Honoree. 



Dave brings more than 15 years of experience in advertising and branding. Most recently he held the position of Executive Producer at POSSIBLE, a WPP digital agency based in New York City. While there, he led production efforts for multiple offices across the U.S. creating digital content, solutions and experiences for clients including P&G, the Intercontinental Hotel Group, Microsoft and many others.


Director of Technology - Wade schulz, MD, PhD

Wade is a resident physician in laboratory medicine and senior software architect within Yale-New Haven Hospital's Data Sciences group. Dr. Schulz has significant experience in healthcare data management, data standards, and enterprise service integration.