Rebecca Weintraub, MD is a Managing Director at Draper Richard Kaplan, a venture philanthropy firm.
Rebecca serves as an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and practices Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. As a Senior Institute Associate at Harvard Business School she develops new strategies to design valued based health care delivery.
Rebecca spearheaded a global network connecting health professionals from 140+ countries with vital evidence and expertise. In 2008, she launched the Cases in Global Health Delivery, a collection of case studies with Harvard Business Publishing, detailing strategies to generate value for patients and populations. The cases are taught at over 1000+ schools of medicine, public health, and business.
Her current research portfolio includes Better Evidence with Ariadne Labs to catalyze the integration of evidence-based clinical resources at the frontline of care delivery.
In 1992, Rebecca co-founded Jumpstart, the national AmeriCorps program. In 2014, Rebecca was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and she is currently an Aspen Health Innovator Fellow. In 2016 she was appointed to the Perspectives Advisory Board of the New England Journal of Medicine.
Dr. Weintraub graduated from Yale University, Stanford School of Medicine, and completed her medical training at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Scott Armstrong served 12 years as President and CEO of Group Health Cooperative, an integrated health care provider and not-for-profit health plan that has been nationally recognized for delivering some of the country’s highest quality and most innovative care.
He advanced Group Health’s proud legacy as a major regional employer and a progressive leader in community health, public policy, and other civic priorities.
Scott Armstrong oversaw the acquisition of Group Health by Kaiser Permanente, which closed on February 1, 2017. As President and CEO, he worked with his Board and executive leadership team to consider an acquisition, to negotiate an agreement, to successfully gain all necessary approvals, and to oversee a very effective transition process.
The sale merged Group Health into the national KP system and created the Group Health Community Foundation, an independent foundation initially funded with $1.8 billion.
Scott Armstrong’s commitment to improving the effectiveness of our nation's health systems extended well beyond his roles leading Group Health. He served for six years as a Commissioner on the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission, advising Congress on payment policy for the nation’s Medicare programs.
He has been a featured presenter at conferences and other forums in markets across the country and has served in a variety of roles on national healthcare association Boards.
Scott Armstrong also has strong governance experience. He serves on the Board, and Chairs the Governance Committee, of Puget Sound Energy, the largest regional gas and electric utility. He has served in a variety of roles on regional non-profit Boards.
Prior to joining Helios, Souleymane worked at Morgan Stanley, The Carlyle Group and Warburg Pincus. He serves on the boards of Solevo, Bayport Management Limited, and Wesleyan University.
He has a BA degree in Economics from Wesleyan University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.