Healthcare Advisory Council

Meet Our Healthcare Advisory Council

 

  In addition to our Executive and Technical Advisory boards, which advise and help guide the activities of the Institute, we are assembling advisory councils for each of Axia’s verticals. Our Healthcare Advisory Council will help us define the Axia Institute’s approach to the Healthcare value chain and members will provide us with their industry specific insights to help Axia advance the mission of the Institute. 

Angie Lindsey

Angie Lindsey

Vice President of Marketing Pharmaceuticals, Fresenius Kabi USA

Angie Lindsey is a vice president of marketing for Fresenius Kabi in the United States. In this role Angie leads all aspects of the company’s marketing strategy and functions for the anesthesia and analgesia vial business, Simplist® prefilled syringe and +RFID™ smart-labeled portfolios.

Angie has more than 25 years of experience in sales and marketing roles of increasing responsibility and leadership within the pharmaceutical industry. She joined Fresenius Kabi in 2012 after serving in various positions at Takeda Pharmaceuticals and AstraZeneca.

William "Bill" Moir IV

William "Bill" Moir IV

Senior Vice President of Supply Chain Management, Henry Ford Health System

Bill is currently the Senior Vice President of Supply Chain Management at Henry Ford Health System since January 2021.  In his role Bill has responsibilities over all supply chain functions, including but not limited to: Strategic Sourcing, Supplier Diversity, Purchasing, Accounts Payable, Linen, Systems & Analytics, Supply Chain Operations, Distribution & Logistics. 

Prior to joining Henry Ford, Bill has had the pleasure to hold healthcare Supply Chain leadership roles in some of the industry’s leading organizations including:  Advocate Aurora Health, Ascension Health, and Trinity Health respectively.  Bill has become known for his innovative approach to supply chain and challenging the status quo related to Supplier Diversity, analytics, and supply resiliency to name a few.  He is a champion for integrating supply chain management into clinical and financial outcomes, and putting his stakeholders and communities he serves first in all that he and his team does.

Gena Morgan

Gena Morgan

Vice President of Standards, GS1 US

Gena Morgan has been with GS1 and GS1 US for over 20 years playing a key role in many industry initiatives. As a strategic consultant, Gena has worked with various industries consortium and technical communities in defining requirement, developing technical interface standards and guidelines, focused on data quality, traceabilit and supply chain visibility. Today,  she works with the Innovation teams with GS1 US and Global Office to explor the intersection of standards and emerging technologies with numerous industries.

Gena joined the GS1 Community after beginning her career as a buyer and merchandizer in women’s apparel and an IT consultant.

Aron Sousa, MD, FACP

Aron Sousa, MD, FACP

Dean, College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University

Aron Sousa, MD, FACP, is the dean of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. The majority of Dr. Sousa’s work is in medical education and curriculum. He led the design of the college’s new and highly successful Shared Discovery Curriculum, which is characterized by robust clinical experiences in each year of medical school, promotion based on progress testing, and content organized by chief complaint rather than organ system or discipline. Dr. Sousa leads the college’s accreditation activity and regularly serves as a site team member for the Liaison Committee on Medical Education. As the leader of the college’s $30 million expansion in Flint, Dr. Sousa was the PI on the C.S. Mott Foundation grants that led to the college establishing the College of Human Medicine building and the creation of the Division of Public Health in downtown Flint.

Dr. Sousa is a practicing general internist. He received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry and his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. He then served as both a resident and chief resident in internal medicine and completed a primary care fellowship at Michigan State University.

John Wirthlin

John Wirthlin

Industry Principal, Manufacturing, Transportation and Logistics, Zebra Technologies

John Wirthlin is the Industry Principal for the Manufacturing, Transportation and Logistics markets where he is responsible for providing forward thinking, strategic oriented, technology recommendations to their clients and partners. John Wirthlin has 30 years of experience in healthcare, logistics, manufacturing, and information technology where he has led multiple strategic initiatives.  John Wirthlin is viewed as a trusted advisor to his clients and organizations in which he has served.