Sean is a serial inventor, investor and entrepreneur with a deep background in technology. A former Air Force Intelligence Officer and NSA Fellow, Sean served five tours of duty in Afghanistan and Iraq before founding Battlefield Telecommunications Systems (BTS). Sean has founded technology companies in Ohio, Maryland, and Virginia, and serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of OmniScience Technology Partners (OSTP), CrossChx, and Lane Capital. A graduate of Miami University with an Honorary Doctorate of Public Service from the University of Rio Grande, Sean was selected as an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year for Maryland.
Brad is a change agent with a mission to fix what is broken and build what does not exist. Prior to founding CrossChx, Brad spent a decade in Washington, DC as a senior advisor to members of the United States Congress and as an executive of a leading insurance association. On Capitol Hill, Brad honed the leadership skills that guide him today, serving as an advisor to CrossChx. An authority on financial management and maximizing efficiency through technological innovation, Brad holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from Miami University.
Partner, Drive Capital
A native of Cincinnati, Chris built his career investing in emerging technology and healthcare companies. Prior to co-founding Drive Capital, Chris was at Sequoia Capital for six years where he led and managed the firm's growth investing practice. His investments include LitePoint (Teradyne), Klarna, Weebly, Electronic Arts (EA - NASDAQ), GSI Commerce (EBay) and eMeter (Siemens). Before Sequoia, Chris was an investor with Technology Crossover Ventures. Chris briefly dropped out of Yale to compete on the professional squash circuit, where he quickly learned he was better suited to work with entrepreneurs.
Dr. David Agus
Physician and Professor, USC
Dr. Agus is a professor of medicine and engineering at the University of Southern California (USC) Keck School of Medicine and Viterbi School of Engineering and the CEO and founding director of USC’s Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine. He is one of the world’s leading physicians specializing in treating patients with advanced forms of cancer, is the co-founder of several personalized medicine companies and has served in leadership roles at the World Economic Forum. Over the years he has treated a number of high-profile patients, including Steve Jobs and Lance Armstrong. Dr. Agus holds degrees from Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.