Ray Guzman

Ray is a dedicated advocate of philanthropy and transformation within the nonprofit and technology industries. In his role at Love to Think, Ray develops relationships with organizations committed to a data-driven future and with service organizations looking for new opportunities to harness data to expand their community impact.

Ray is the founding CEO of SwitchPoint Ventures, an innovation enabling entity making AI investments in organizations that seek transformation through machine learning. Prior to co-founding SwitchPoint, Ray has held various leadership positions at corporations such as Microsoft, Intermedix, an R1 Company, WPC Healthcare, Freeliant, Venture Technologies and Dialogic Communications, utilizing his technical, sales, business development and strategy skills.

Currently, Ray serves as the chairman at both FLOH Nation and Entoto Gear and serves on the boards of Ordinary Hero, the Alzheimer’s Association (Mid-South Chapter), the Youth Life Learning Center, the Nashville Digital Inclusion Fund, the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and the Tennessee chapter of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). Ray is also active within the Nashville Healthcare Council and Leadership Healthcare communities.

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Damian Mingle

As a leading authority on healthcare data science, Damian speaks nationally and internationally on patient safety, global health, and applied data science. In his role at Love to Think, Damian connects individuals and organizations to build breakthrough solutions that leverage emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, behavioral economics, and strategy.

Damian is the Co-founder and Chief Data Scientist at SwitchPoint Ventures, a company focused on enabling innovation through AI investments in organizations that seek transformation through machine learning. Throughout his professional career, Damian has held a variety of positions in the healthcare, finance, and mortgage banking industries, working with companies like Intermedix, an R1 Company, WPC Healthcare, Hospital Corporation of America, Coventry Healthcare, and Morgan Stanley.

Damian’s work has been published in The International Clinical Pathology Journal, Current Trends in Biomedical Engineering & Biosciences, and The International Journal of Biomedical Data Mining. Through regular competitions, he is ranked in the “top one percent” globally as a data scientist. Damian earned the title of 2015 Nashville Technology Council Data Scientist of the Year, 2016 Sepsis Hero Finalist, and the 2017 Best Use of AI in Food, Health, and Medicine for machine learning innovation in the Emergency Department.

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