Dr. Brian Daly is a demonstrated leader and Professor of Psychology with extensive subject matter expertise and experience in the application of science, psychology, technology, and behavioral change strategies for enhancing leadership skills in high-potential and established leaders. Because of Dr. Daly’s academic background, he is astute at bridging the gap between research and practice to improve performance.
Dr. Daly has 20 years of experience in the arena of psychological research and use of evidence-based strategies coupled with an intense interest in business which enables him to help people and organizations unlock their unrealized potential in the most competitive environments. He possesses significant knowledge in individual, group and organizational effectiveness.
Dr. Daly has excellent oral and written communication skills and possesses extensive research, quantitative analysis, and program evaluation expertise. He has been the Principal Investigator on multiple grants funded by corporate (Shire Pharmaceuticals, Sixers Youth Foundation), foundational (Pew Charitable Trusts, W.K. Kellogg Foundation), and federal (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) agencies. Dr. Daly has authored 3 books, edited 1 book, and published more than 30 peer-reviewed publications and 22 book chapters. He is a respected and sought-after presenter at national conferences and has been extensively featured in print and visual media.
Dr. Daly’s current responsibilities involve leading cross-functional teams, setting and meeting program objectives and goals, mentoring and training, and establishing relationships with a diverse set of stakeholders. He has exceptional interpersonal, relationship building skills, ethics and integrity.
Tammy Kastre, MD, Emergency Medicine Physician, St. Joseph’s Hospital Director, Utilization and Management, Correct Care Solutions CEO, Adelante Enterprises LLC Medical Director, Pima County Sheriff Department
Dr. Kastre has served in direct patient care in our community for more than twenty years in a variety of roles: as an Emergency Medicine Attending at Carondelet St. Joseph’s and Kino Community Hospital, as the Medical Director for the Pima County Jail, and as the Medical Director for the Pima County Sheriff Department supporting SWAT, EOD and Search and Rescue (since 2003). She additionally served as the CEO of the Tucson-based corrections healthcare firm that lead the Pima County Jail to their first National Commission of Correctional Health Care Accreditation.
Her commitment to provide direct patient care over the past two decades as an emergency department board-certified attending has provided a hands-on experience of the challenges we face in providing high quality, cost-efficient, compassionate care. As an experienced as ED physician in multiple locations including Mayo Health Systems in Minnesota she has worked with 3 enterprise EHR deployments, provided culture change leadership for clinical staff, and developed workflow pathways for reductions of errors.
Currently, as Chief Medical Officer of TVR Communications, the 2015, 2016, and 2017 best in KLAS leader of hospital Interactive Patient Services Software, she focuses on patient activation at the bedside. With 250 clients and millions of lives touched yearly we know activating patients with their healthcare gives them the skills, knowledge, and confidences to make successful care decisions with measurable outcomes.
Additionally, Tammy continues to serve as a Board Certified Emergency Medicine physician at St. Joseph’s Hospital as well as the Director of UM for Correct Care Solutions, a national, correctional healthcare company serving over 240,000 lives.
Dr. Kastre’s breadth of healthcare experience affords her a unique perspective as we tackle the challenges of today’s highly dynamic healthcare marketplace.
The Honorable Alison T. Young currently serves as Managing Director, Leadership & Civic Engagement at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business. In this capacity, Ms. Young serves as Executive Director of the Institute for Strategic Leadership, responsible for directing all aspects of the Institute including policy, strategy, operations, and programming to position Drexel as a global leader in the study and practice of collaboration and leadership. A nationally recognized expert on civic engagement and corporate, nonprofit and public service leadership, Ms. Young also oversees the Leading for Change Public Sector Fellowship Program and Drexel LeBow’s civic engagement initiatives. Ms. Young represents Drexel’s leadership programs externally to domestic and international partners and writes frequently for various magazines, publications, and blogs. In 2017, Ms. Young was one of eight U.S. leaders selected for a prestigious Eisenhower Fellowship.
Prior to joining the University, Ms. Young served as Vice President of External Affairs at the National Constitution Center, as the museum’s national spokesperson and moderator of programs featuring nationally acclaimed authors, pundits, politicians and historians to position the Center as the preeminent resource for discussion, debate and education about the U.S. Constitution. Her widely publicized interviews included Al Gore, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, NY Times columnist Jodi Kantor and writer for The Daily Show, Kevin Bleyer, among others. In this role, Ms. Young also led the museum’s community and government affairs teams.
Prior to joining the Center, Ms. Young was a senior White House official, serving as Special Assistant to President George W. Bush and Acting Director of the White House Office of USA Freedom Corps. In this role, Ms. Young oversaw a $2 billion federal budget for domestic and international service programs through AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, Citizen Corps and USAID Volunteers for Prosperity; and served as the President’s chief policy advisor on volunteering and service, corporate social responsibility, building a culture of civic engagement, and enhancing the capacity of the nation’s nonprofit sector.
Ms. Young also served as the White House Liaison and Director of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives for the Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal agency overseeing AmeriCorps, VISTA, Senior Corps and Learn and Serve America. Prior to this, Ms. Young served as the Vice President of the nonprofit Public Forum Institute in Washington, DC, and on the professional policy staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means.
Ms. Young earned a Bachelor’s degree from Grove City College (PA) and a Master’s degree from the George Washington University (DC). She was selected for Harvard University’s prestigious residential fellowship for Senior Managers in Government in 2007. Ms. Young is an active philanthropist and community leader, serving as a member of the Executive Leadership Team of Go Red for Women (American Heart Association), Co-Chairman Young Friends Committee of the Academy of Music, Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation, an ordained elder in Historic Old Pine Presbyterian Church, and on the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Conference for Women. Ms. Young is a member of the Forum of Executive Women, the Union League of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Society. She currently resides in Philadelphia, PA, with her husband David, daughter Zoe, and rescue dog Reagan.
Neil Vaughan is the Assistant Chief of Police for the Pembroke Pines Police Department in Broward County, Florida. He oversees all operational and administrative aspects of the department and possesses over 25 years of law enforcement experience.
He is a graduate of the 253 session of the FBI National Academy and holds a Master's Degree in Executive Leadership from Liberty University. Leveraging his knowledge and understanding of emotional intelligence, he provides developmental training offering strategies and tactics for leaders seeking to successfully engage in values-based transformational leadership.
In addition, he is an executive coach who assists law enforcement professionals develop their leadership skills, decision-making abilities, and teamwork.