Mary Griskewicz has extensive industry experience as a health technology and as a subject matter expert. She has worked as a federal lobbyist and as an executive in Healthcare Management and Information Technology for General Electric, IDX Systems, TekSystems, CIGNA, Aetna, Hospital of St. Raphael’s and Anthem Blue Cross and BlueShield. She has authored many articles and blogs, edited several books, and has drafted federal legislation, as well as provided congressional testimony on the adoption and use of health information technology. She is a founding board director of the CT Health Partners and a volunteer for Women Executive Health Leaders in CT. She holds a Master’s degree in Industrial Relations from the University of New Haven and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Public Administration from Central Connecticut State University. She also serves as a visiting scholar for medical and professional associations nationally and has instructed at Yale’s Executive in Health Care Master’s program. Currently, Mary teaches at Northeastern University’s Masters in Information Technology Program and at the University of New Haven’s Healthcare Administration Program. Mary has received national awards for her work in education and leadership in Healthcare IT and is a HIMSS Fellow.