Following an action-packed Advisory Board kickoff meeting last week, The Millennium Alliance is thrilled to introduce our 2021 Advisory Board and welcome the six new members that joined the 25 returning Board Members. In order to maximize executive education and digital transformation for our network of executives, we rely on the Advisory Board to be the eyes and ears of industry and academia and contribute their insights. They provide thought leadership, contribute research and articles, attend and speak at our Assemblies, provide agenda and content recommendations, innovate new ideas for Millennium, and much more. The Advisory Board is a community in and of itself, and it has fostered many powerful connections among its members over the years, creating endless opportunities for collaboration.
Created in 2017, The Advisory Board is a group of world-renowned industry leaders and visionaries who are tasked with providing invaluable input and expertise. The Board’s main task is to ensure that The Millennium Alliance continues to deliver the highest level of Education, Transformation, and Leadership to our members.
Here you will find the full list of The Millennium Alliance Advisory Board Members, and below you can read about our newest members!
Ashish Atreja, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P., A.G.A.F., oversees UC Davis Health’s expansion of its digital relationships with patients and with other hospitals, bridging the gap between IT, academia, research, and innovation as “Digital Davis” becomes a global hub for digital health. Prior to his UC Davis Health appointment, Atreja, a gastroenterologist, served as the chief innovation officer for the Department of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital. At Mount Sinai, Atreja established one of the first innovation hubs within an academic medical center to build and test disruptive digital health technologies – those that transform the industry. Atreja is credited with coining the term “Evidence-based Digital Medicine (EBDM),” and is often referred to as “the app doctor” for his work in pioneering digital therapeutics and prescribing mobile health apps for patients. Atreja has held key positions in many professional organizations, including in the American Gastroenterological Association and American College of Cardiology. He supported large-scale patient outreach programs during the COVID-19 pandemic through national and international coalitions and was recently nominated among the Top 40 HealthCare Transformers. In addition to a medical degree, Atreja holds a master’s in public health and is a fellow of the American College of Physicians.
Michelle Bottomley is an experienced, c-suite executive for Fortune100 companies who has played a leadership role in transforming some of the most iconic & legacy brands and businesses across a variety of industries. As Chief Marketing Officer, she has led customer-centric growth as the global marketing leader for Barclaycard, Mercer, Staples, and New York Life, building capabilities and teams who have delivered results in professional services, financial services, and retail. She serves on boards where digital transformation, branding, e-commerce, customer experience, and growth are priorities. She recently founded the Modern Marketing Exchange, an e-learning platform, to help growth champions succeed. Michelle has received industrywide recognition for her work, including New York’s Most Influential Women in Marketing by Agency Spotter, Working Mother of the Year by Advertising Women of New York, Marketing 50 by World 50, Marketing Hall of Femme by Direct Marketing News, and a Woman to Watch by AdAge. Michelle is an NACD Governance Fellow and serves as an independent director for the Bose Corporation, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and Own the Room, a communications training organization.
JP Chauvet is a Director at Deutsche Bank and CTO of Equities Technology, based in New York. In this role, JP drives the technology strategy and architecture governance across the main businesses that form the bank’s Equity franchise: Equities Trading, Equity Derivatives, and Prime Services. Previously, JP held various roles in New York and Tokyo at both Credit Suisse and Lehman Brothers, including Chief Architect of Equities, Head of Equities Core Trading Development, and Head of AsiaPac Trading System Development. JP holds a Master in Electronics and Computer Science from ESIEE (Paris, France) and an Advanced Degree in Japanese Linguistics from Hiroo Japanese Center (Tokyo, Japan).
Paul Connelly is Vice President and Chief Security Officer for HCA Healthcare, the largest private sector healthcare provider in the US. He leads a program that combines Cyber Security, Privacy, Information Governance, and Physical Security to protect the company’s 185 hospitals, 1400 outpatient clinics, 275,000 employees, and 35 million patient care encounters each year. Paul oversees a team of 165 subject matter specialists in Nashville, 60 regional leaders across the US and UK, and approximately 2500 facility security officers. Paul is an innovator who saw an opportunity for synergy and efficiency and developed the business case to persuade Company leadership to bring Cyber Security, Privacy, Physical Security, and Information Governance together into one team in 2012. He started as an information security analyst at the National Security Agency in 1984, spent nine years as Information Security Officer at the White House, and six years as a partner leading an information security audit and consulting group at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Shelly Glenn joined Florida Cancer Specialists (FCS) in 2012 and leads their marketing, community outreach, physician recruitment, FCS Foundation, and referral base management initiatives. Also, Shelly is the Chief Marketing & Sales Officer for American Oncology Network, LLC. Prior to joining FCS, Shelly was Vice President of Marketing & Sales for Vantage Oncology, a radiation oncology organization based in Atlanta, GA. While at Vantage, she was responsible for developing and implementing strategies to increase patient volume as well as the profile of the company. Shelly was formerly the Chief Administrative Officer for Park ‘N Fly and previously held positions with increasing sales and marketing responsibilities at The Care Group, Roche Professional Service Centers, and Sandoz Nutrition. Shelly received a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Lehigh University, as well as a Global Leadership designation from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.
Sue Murphy RN BSN MS currently serves as the Chief Experience Officer at UChicago Medicine. Sue is a qualified leader with expertise in hospital operations, patient experience, staff development, and change management. Her significant accomplishments are in the areas of operational efficiency, patient throughput, and a leader in the ANCC Magnet Journey. Sue is an award-winning speaker, author, trainer, and coach. Her high energy and passion for leadership development along with patient and employee engagement has influenced both patients and employees at UChicago Medicine to pursue the journey of excellence.