Jackie Haydock is a digital health attorney at Microsoft supporting Microsoft’s U.S. Health & Life Sciences national sales organization. Jackie focuses her legal practice on digital health, health IT, medical devices, cloud computing, IoT, product liability, and privacy, security, and healthcare law and policy. Prior to joining Microsoft, Jackie spent five wonderful years as in-house counsel at Zimmer Biomet, an orthopedic medical device manufacturer and global leader in musculoskeletal health, headquartered in Warsaw, Indiana (the “orthopedic capital of the world”). Jackie received her law degree from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and practiced at Faegre Baker Daniels LLP prior to joining Zimmer Biomet. Currently a resident of the greater Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota area, Jackie is committed to Microsoft’s mission of empowering every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.
Chris Hunter MBA, MHA supports the foundation with tenured experience working in medical device for more than 20 years, A.O.ASIF consultant in spine and orthopedic trauma from 2000 through 2011. Chris is certified as a Six Sigma Black Belt and Project Management Professional (PMP). While at Synthes, Chris supported a large surgical response program on the USS Comfort in support of the Haiti earthquake relief. In 2016 Chris brought World Pediatric Project (WPP) all of the funds to build a modern operating theater in a partner country for surgical outreach programs. His work with includes acquiring the capital and surgical systems used in a modern operating theater. His work with WPP continues in capacity building and medical training.
Rebekah has spent over 15 years in the orthopedic medical device industry. Most recently, she served as Senior Vice President, Marketing and Sports Medicine, for OrthoPediatrics. She joined OrthoPediatrics in 2010 to lead and develop the Sports Medicine division, contributing to various roles within the company. Ultimately, she led the company to the first FDA approved ACL Reconstruction system designed for children with a patent issued for the innovative device. Prior to OrthoPediatrics, Rebekah worked at Depuy Mitek, a Johnson and Johnson Company, for nearly 10 years. Her roles contributed to sales, sales training, professional education, and sales management in Chicago, Dallas, and Indianapolis. Under her leadership, the SouthCentral Division and OrthoVisc sales teams excelled in sales growth achievement. She began her career at Hershey Foods after earning her BA in Marketing with emphasis on International Business and Spanish from the Miller College of Business at Ball State University where she was also President of Chi Omega Sorority and involved in many business and leadership organizations.
Ann has an extensive record of success, spanning 30 years, shaping Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). Ann’s expertise is program production, project coordination/management, financial management, resource coordination, and customer service. While at AAOS, Ann led her team to offer CME programs meeting the high standards to receive accreditation with commendation from the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). Ann leverages exceptional leadership, communication, strategic planning, and organizational skills to interface with diverse stakeholders, as well as a forward-thinking and analytical problem solver who delivers top-quality CME programs. Ann is currently a consultant to the Emergency Nurses Association and the Arthroscopy Association of North America.