Keynote Speakers

Be stimulated and inspired by healthcare leaders and experts during the keynote presentations. Keynote speakers will present their unique perspectives in healthcare.

Rebecca LoveRebecca Love, RN, BS, MSN, FIEL

Rebecca Love is passionate about empowering nurses and creating communities to help nurses innovate, create and collaborate to start businesses and inventions to transform healthcare.

Love is an experienced nurse executive as well as the first nurse featured on and part of the inaugural nursing panel featured at SXSW 2018. She was the first director of nurse innovation and entrepreneurship in the United States at Northeastern School of Nursing – the founding initiative in the country designed to empower nurses as innovators and entrepreneurs. In this role, Love launched the Nurse Hackathon. In 2019, along with a group of leading nurses from around the world, Love co-founded and served as president of SONSIEL: The Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs & Leaders – a nonprofit that quickly attained recognition as an affiliate member to the United Nations. Love is an experienced nurse entrepreneur, founding in 2013. The company was acquired in 2018 by Ryalto LTD in the United Kingdom, where she served as the managing director of U.S. markets.

Love currently serves as the chief clinical officer of IntelyCare Inc. She also sits on the board of NextGen Ventures, Health Science Entrepreneurs at Northeastern University and the host committee for the Massachusetts ACLU.

Rebecca holds a master's degree in nursing from Northeastern University and a bachelor's degree in international relations and Spanish from Boston University. She currently lives in Marblehead, Massachusetts, with her husband and three children.

Tandice UrbanTandice Urban

Tandice Urban is a co-founder of The Lanby, a hospitality-forward primary care members club reimagining concierge medicine for the modern generation.

Designed as a practice by patients for patients, The Lanby is a true passion project for Urban, whose personal experience with autoimmune issues helped shape her perspective of the healthcare industry. She brings this patient narrative, along with her background at the intersection of hospitality and health law, to the conversation around how to address the challenges of the primary care system.

Urban was previously director of special projects at inHouse, a startup membership club connecting the city’s best restaurants and diners. She is also the recipient of the Health Law Award and was named a Ruth Bader Ginsburg Scholar by Columbia Law School, where she graduated with a Juris Doctor degree.

Urban additionally served as an editor for the Columbia Law Review and authored the healthcare-related note, “Would You Like Blue Eyes With That? A Fundamental Right To Genetic Modification of Embryos.”

Urban lives in New York City with her husband.