How do you create a business plan that instills confidence in potential customers and investors? Join Echo Health Ventures and Camber Collective for February’s Lunch & Learn at Cambia Grove, a series offering opportunities for entrepreneurs to network over lunch with subject matter experts while learning about high-value health care topics. This event will focus on optimizing your business plan.
Camber Collective’s Matt Holman, Director, and Sarah Toomey, Associate, will share lessons learned through crafting business plans and strategies for organizations across a broad range of industries and sizes, with a focus on building a flexible plan that directly addresses effective execution and decision-making by stakeholders.
Camber Collective is a strategy consulting firm that helps health care and social impact organizations navigate complex change and achieve high performance against both financial and mission-related goals. They are a cross-disciplinary team of strategy consultants with backgrounds in business, development, market research and nonprofit leadership, bringing insight and creativity that is unique among strategy consulting firms.
Lunch will be provided by Cambia Grove.
Bio of Matt Holman (Director, Camber Collective):
Matt leverages broad and deep health care experience to shape and inform transformational strategies for US and global health organizations. Matt has 15 years of experience in health care, including health care venture capital at Echo Health Ventures (a joint venture of Cambia Health Solutions and Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina), health plan and life sciences strategy at Monitor Deloitte, and revenue cycle consulting for large hospitals and health systems with Triage Consulting Group.
Matt earned his MBA and MPH degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California. Matt is also a founding Board member of Tiny Trees, an innovative outdoor preschool model that transforms city, county, state parks into experiential classrooms that aim to improve equity and access in early childhood education.
Bio of Sarah Toomey (Associate, Camber Collective):
Sarah is an Associate in Camber’s Seattle office, and works with social and health sector organizations to identify and analyze opportunities to drive greater impact, and to facilitate strategic decision-making. Prior to joining Camber, Sarah led internal consulting engagements at One Acre Fund, a social enterprise providing asset-based financing and agricultural training to smallholder farmers in East Africa. Based in Nairobi, Kenya, Sarah’s work centered on strategic growth initiatives including evaluating opportunities to expand into the public health space, researching and recommending new country expansion opportunities, and developing strategic plans for the long-term financial and human capital sustainability of the organization. Sarah began her career advising U.S. Federal Government clients at Deloitte Consulting.
Sarah earned an MBA from the Yale School of Management, where she was an Associate Yale Greenberg World Fellow. She also holds a BA in Political Science from Yale University, where she was a first team All-American member of the National Champion varsity women’s squash team. A native of Vermont, Sarah enjoys running, international travel, and rooting for the Red Sox.