2018 ACE Summit Keynote Speakers
Leadership Keynote
8:00 am -- 9:30 am
Brett Culp
Filmmaker and Cinematographer
The central theme of the ACE Summit is to bring healthcare leaders out of silos and collaborate to improve healthcare delivery. It’s tough. Brett Culp has reframed leadership as an art form that brings to the forefront collaborative leadership leading to greater impact. Brett will share his journey to becoming a leading filmmaker and cinematographer by bringing diverse groups together.
2018 ACE Summit Thought Leadership Panel
9:45 am -- 10:45 am
The ACE Summit welcomes three prominent healthcare executives to the ACE Summit Thought Leadership Panel, Kathleen Kinslow, EVP and Chief Integration Officer at Jefferson Health; Lance Mendiola, Vice President, Facilities Management and Construction at CHRISTUS Health; and Lauri Tanner, President and CEO at Ranken Jordan Pediatric Hospital.  They will address trends they see on the horizon, the challenges facing healthcare delivery, and the process improvements necessary to meet those challenges.  You won't want to miss the opportunity to hear these leaders share best practices for inspiring innovation.
Kathleen Kinslow, CRNA, EdD, MBA
Chief Executive Officer, Aria-Jefferson Health;
Executive Vice President & Chief Integration Officer, Jefferson Health
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Lance Mendiola, CHSP, CHFM, CBO, MS
Vice President, Facilities Management and Construction
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Laureen Tanner
President and CEO
Ranken Jordan Pediatric Hospital
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Inspirational Keynote
11:00 am -- 12:00 pm
Hassan A. Tetteh, MD
Surgeon, Author, Veteran
Dr. Hassan Tetteh is a Board-Certified heart and lung transplant surgeon, life and death expert, and bestselling author.  He was recently named a "Hero of Medicine" by Savoy Magazine and listed as one of the "2017 Top Influential Black Doctors".  Dr. Tetteh inspires through story and teaches 'The Art of Human Care'.  Many of these stories are inspired by his challenging deployment to Helmand Province, Afghanistan, where he and the II Marine Expeditionary Forces medical team endured austere conditions to perform life-saving surgery in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.