Judith Frampton serves as a consultant to leaders in and connected to the health care industry. She was named one of the 25 national leaders in disease management by Managed Healthcare Executive for her "commitment, results, innovation, and thought leadership." Prior to launching Judith Frampton LLC, Judith was the Vice President of Medical Management at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, where she is credited with bringing HPHC to the position of Number #1 health plan in the US for an unprecedented 8 years in a row. She brings more than 25 years of experience in the health care industry as a provider of direct patient care, as a leader of clinical innovations, services and strategies in hospitals, clinics, group practices, and as an executive in managed care.
Ray Goldberg co-developed the Agribusiness Program at Harvard Business School in 1955 and from 1970 to 1997 he was the Moffett Professor of Agriculture and Business and the head of the Agribusiness Program. Since 1997, as emeritus professor, Ray has chaired the Agribusiness Senior Management Seminars at HBS and he continues to teach a course on Food Policy and Agribusiness at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. Ray has served on more than 40 Boards of Directors of major agribusiness firms, farm cooperatives, and technology firms and is an advisor and consultant to numerous government agencies and private firms. He is also the author and/or editor of 23 books, over 110 articles, and over 1,000 case studies in his field and oversees the cases on The Full Yield. His current focus includes developing strategies for private, public, and cooperative managers as they position their firms, institutions, and government agencies in a rapidly changing global food system upon which our lives and health depend, and he founded and leads the Private and Public, Scientific, Academic and Consumer (PAPSAC) Food Policy Group at the Kennedy School. Representing businesses, farmers, government agencies, medical researchers, academics, and consumer activists, PAPSAC is dedicated to addressing the problems of health, economic development, food safety, food security, and managing land and water resources in response to societies’ needs.
Deborah Madison is a local writer, former chef, and long time voice for local and seasonal eating. She is the author of eleven cookbooks many of which have garnered national and international awards. Among her books, Local Flavors, Cooking and Eating from Americas Farmers’ Markets, explores the joys of shopping, cooking and eating locally based on visits to more than one hundred farmers markets across the United States. (In the past, she also managed the Santa Fe farmers market and served on its board for 12 years.) She is also the author of Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone, and more recently, What We Eat When We Eat Alone, which was illustrated by her husband, Patrick McFarlin. Her latest book, Seasonal Fruit Desserts from Orchard, Farm and Market, came out this April. Deborah has contributed to such magazines as Gourmet, Food & Wine, Fine Cooking, Organic Gardening, Garden Design, Saveur and Orion. She writes for Culinate.com, Zester Daily, and her own blog at deborahamadison.com. She is a board member of the Seed Savers Exchange and co-director of the Edible Kitchen Garden at Monte del Sol charter school in Santa Fe. Deborah was inducted into the James Beard Hall of Fame in 2006. She lives in Galisteo, New Mexico where she attempts to grow at least some of the food she cooks. The farmers market supplies the rest.
Steven Steinhubl, MD is the Director of Digital Medicine at Scripps Translational Science Institute under the leadership of Dr. Eric Topol, and is a cardiologist at Scripps Health, Scripps Clinic. Just prior, he was the Director of Cardiovascular Wellness, Medical Director for Employee Wellness, Cardiology Fellowship Director, and staff cardiologist for Geisinger Healthcare System. He received his undergraduate training in chemical engineering at Purdue University in Indiana, graduate training in physiology at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, and his medical degree at St. Louis University in Missouri. Steve’s internal medicine residency training was completed at David Grant Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base, California. Following residency, he was a staff internist at Elmendorf Air Force Base Hospital in Anchorage, Alaska. His cardiology and interventional cardiology fellowships were at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation where he was also Chief Cardiology Fellow. He has been principal investigator or helped lead over a dozen large-scale, international randomized trials and has authored nearly 200 peer-reviewed manuscripts as well as numerous book chapters, and abstracts.