For over 20 years, Vincent has worked across the complete healthcare, and life sciences continuum – from providers, insurers, employers, consumers and governments, to technology companies that want to create next generation products and services. He believes that using
people-centered design principals can mean the difference between success and failure of a product or service. As such, he frequently works at the intersection where healthcare, wellness, life science and technology meet lifestyle and behavior.

Vincent is currently CEO of LargePond®, a collaborative innovation, design, thought leadership and turnaround advisory firm. He previously served as interim President and CEO of Televero® Health, a virtualcare, telehealth and remote monitoring software innovation firm.

Prior to Televero, Vincent founded, built, sold and consulted to healthcare and technology firms. He’s worked with over 100 organizations and the Who’s Who in the industry, such as the Cleveland Clinic, Sentara Health, Optima, Kaiser Permanente, GlaxoSmithKline, and the Southern Research Institute, just to name a few.

In addition to entrepreneurial ventures, he’s held various leadership and interim executive roles at public and private companies where he leveraged an ever-expanding portfolio of qualifications covering corporate strategy, product development, design, sales, marketing, operations, startup and turnaround. He was most recently Chief Innovation Officer for cGate Health (acquired by SCI Solutions), Head of Healthcare Innovation for Frog Design and Vice President of Corporate and Global Business Development for Callidus Software (Nasdaq: CALD). While at Callidus, Vincent rebuilt the global business development and alliances organization, crafted the company’s strategic roadmap, directed all M&A activities and helped lead the initial turnaround of this $165 million public software company.

Vincent began his career at NASA and then lead the R&D labs at Martin Marietta Aerospace (now Lockheed Martin) where he managed a large part of a $60MM budget aimed at the development of deep space flight instrumentation, robotic systems, predictive analytics and artificial intelligence.