Bonnie Driggers
Bonnie Driggers, MS, MPA, professor emeritus at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), served as the director of Clinical Teaching Systems and Programs for the OHSU School of Nursing and co-director of the OHSU Simulation and Clinical Learning Center. In these roles she worked in partnership with the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education, OHSU, and other health systems and educational programs to design interdisciplinary clinical learning opportunities utilizing simulation. As co-director of the OCNE Clinical Education Model Project, she focused on the redesign of clinical education in nursing for the consortium.

Ms. Driggers was a founding member and past chair of the Oregon Simulation Alliance, a statewide network of simulation facilities and had served on the board of directors and many committees for the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. Ms. Diggers speaks and consults nationally and internationally on a variety of simulation topics.
Molly McCarthy
Molly K. McCarthy, MBA, RN, is the chief nursing strategist in the US Health and Life Science Sector for Microsoft. Her primary focus is on business development and strategy for clinical productivity, mobility, and patient engagement. Ms. McCarthy received a BSN from Georgetown University and began her nursing career in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Pediatric Units. Upon receiving her master of business administration from the University of San Francisco, she combined her clinical and business backgrounds in marketing and business development roles within the medical device and clinical informatics industry. Prior to Microsoft, Ms. McCarthy worked for Philips Healthcare in patient monitoring and clinical informatics. She also held business development roles with the Association for Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, and Natus Medical Inc. Molly is an active member of HIMSS and sits on the HIMSS' CNO/CNIO Nurse Executive Leadership Task Force. Find her on Twitter @MSFTMollyRN and Nurses for Microsoft in Health.

Beverly Malone
Beverly Malone, PhD, RN, FAAN, has been the chief executive officer of the National League for Nursing since February 2007. Dr. Malone is among America's most vocal leaders in the national conversation about the nursing and nurse educator shortage, and the role of nursing in ensuring access to safe, quality, culturally competent care to diverse patient populations, domestically and globally.

Dr. Malone's tenure at the NLN has been marked by a retooling of the League's mission to reflect the core values of caring, diversity, integrity, and excellence and an ongoing focus on advancing the nation's health. Significant faculty development and leadership initiatives she championed, from the NLN Academy of Nursing Education to the International Council of Nurses Education Network, highlight her commitment to prepare a diverse nursing workforce, caring for patients to the full extent of their practice, to address the changing dynamics of today's technology-rich health care environment.