• LTCC March Luncheon - How I Built It

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    Name: LTCC March Luncheon - How I Built It
    Date: March 28, 2018
    Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
    Registration: Register Now
    Event Description:

    How I Built It

    Get inspired! Hear from 4 area entrepreneurs and community leaders as they tell "their story" through a moderated panel. The ups, downs and even sideways experiences they have endured to get to where they are today. 
    Baylor Scott & White

    Philippe Bochaton, MBA, DBA
    Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Lakeway
    Philippe Bochaton is President of Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Lakeway, a state-of-the-art medical campus that is dedicated to the delivery of high quality, compassionate care.  Bochaton has broad and deep experience across healthcare operations and strategic planning in healthcare organizations in Texas and California. 
    Prior to joining Baylor Scott & White Health, Bochaton served as Chief Administrative Officer, Neurosciences and Rehabilitation and President, NeuroTexas Institute Research Foundation at St. David’s HealthCare in Austin, Texas for more than seven years. In that capacity, Bochaton was responsible for the strategic direction and the growth of the neurosciences, orthopaedics and rehabilitation practices for St. David’s six acute care hospitals and one rehabilitation hospital. Previously, Bochaton served in leadership roles at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. 
    Bochaton earned both doctorate and master degrees in business administration from the International School of Management in Paris, France and New York, New York.  He also holds a bachelor of science in physical therapy from the Vichy Medical Center in Vichy, France.

    Community Impact Newspaper, John Garrett

    John Garrett launched the first edition of Community Impact Newspaper in Round Rock and Pflugerville, Texas, in 2005. Since then he has grown the company to 23 editions, and CI has become the fastest-growing news organization in Texas. During the next four years, the company scaled efforts in Central Texas with a half-dozen newspaper launches reaching more than 550,000 readers a month. In September 2009, CI launched its first edition outside of Central Texas with the Northwest Houston edition that covers the Cy-Fair area. Community Impact arrived in the Dallas-Fort Worth region with the launch of its Grapevine/Colleyville/Westlake edition in March 2011.

    Today there are nine newspapers in Central Texas, nine newspapers in Houston and five in Dallas with a total circulation of 1.8 million homes.

    RecognizeGood honored John in 2017 with a Lifetime Achievement Award as part of the nonprofit’s annual Ethics in Business and Community Awards, which recognize organizations and businesses that have high ethical standards. Additionally, in February 2016 the Texas School Public Relations Association awarded John with the 2016 Media Award for providing newspapers that inform the public about education. The Austin Business Journal named John the best small business CEO of 2013. And in 2010, John received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Sam Houston State University. That same year, he was also the honoree for “Excellence in Leadership” at Concordia University Texas’ annual gala.

    CI also ranked among Inc. 5000’s fastest-growing U.S. companies for seven straight years starting in 2010. And the newspaper has received numerous awards over the years, including dozens of awards for both outstanding journalism and advertising design by the National Newspaper Association. In 2017, CI was recognized as a digital content leader winning the most awards in the Local Media Association Digital Innovation Awards, one of the most prestigious award programs in the industry.

    Before starting Community Impact, John held dvertising positions at the Houston Chronicle and the Austin Business Journal .

    John grew up in north Austin and graduated from Pflugerville High School in 1993. John attended and graduated cum laude from Sam Houston State University with a bachelor of fine arts in radio and television.

    John is married to Jennifer, and they have three daughters—Mollie, Ruby and Sophie—and live in Round Rock. They are active members f Cityview Bible Church.
    Over the years, John has served on many boards, including the Round Rock Area Serving Center and the Round Rock Chamber, and he continues to be actively
    involved in the community.

    Hill Country Apothecary, Adam Metcalf

    Adam Metcalf is the founder of Hill Country Apothecary, Drip Drop Vitamin Bar, Alive + Well and Elle’s Cafe and Coffee. Adam views himself as an entrepreneur trying to coalesce the modern integrative medical approach with accessibility, empathy and hospitality to further preventative health and wellness. Through his International Studies degree at Texas A&M University, Adam was able to expose himself to many different cultural approaches. His studies and travels throughout the world ultimately assisted in shaping the unique approach he brings to pharmacy and health and wellness.

    The traditional role of the empathetic and accessible pharmacist was demonstrated to him on a daily basis as he grew up in his father’s local Port Arthur, Texas pharmacy. Adam watched him provide not only superb customer service, but supply advice and individualized care. He attended the University of Houston College Pharmacy where he was introduced to a world of sick-care, which has led him to drive more focus towards preventative care and a mindset of a more individualized patient-centered approach.

    Adam feels that lifestyle is the main factor in determining one’s health, which is why he has focused his energy on opening a wellness destination where food, movement, socializing, wellness education and stress reduction is at it’s core.  At the age of 35, Adam is concentrated on opening a 7,500 square foot integrative wellness home in Bee Cave, TX and beginning work on a Costa Rica wellness retreat. He currently lives in Austin, Texas with his better half, Courtney and their three children Elle, Jameson and Eva. In his small amount of spare time he enjoys being with his family and a great coffee. 

    Hill Country Indoor, Josh McKay

    Josh is a business owner and operator with extensive experience in the event production industry. He currently is one of the owners of Hill Country Indoor and Wildwood Event Production.  Josh has been a business owner in Bee Cave since 2004. He is a graduate of Texas State University and Hodgeschool Van Amsterdam with a double major in Business Management and International Business.  Josh has been a long time resident of the Hill Country and currently lives in Dripping Springs."

    Silent Auction!
    During the luncheon event you will also have the opportunity to bid on silent auction items from the Leadership Lake Travis Class 009. Items coming soon!
    The funds raised will benefit Leadership Lake Travis 009! Learn more about the program here.

    Get Noticed! Sponsor this luncheon for only $250 Contact Anja Warnstedt, Director of Operations, to secure your spot! anja@laketravischamber.com or 512.263.5833.

    Event Sponsors:
    • Josh Stivers
    • The Mansions at Lakeway
    Vintage Villas
    4209 Eck Ln, Austin, TX 78734
    (512) 266-9333
    Date/Time Information:
    March 28th 11-1pm
    $35 non members 
    All registrations must be received by Friday before. We are unable to issue any refunds for cancellations. NO SHOWS WILL BE BILLED! Unpaid seats will be  given up by 12 Noon to guest on waitlist. 
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