Partnership Chair of Catalysts for Innovation
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Two years ago, Linda Young and two friends from global technology companies decided to form Austin-based Catalysts for Innovation. C4i serves health-care clients by matching them with technology companies to create tailor-made ecosystems of partners to support sustainable success. C4i’s vision is to be the leading integrated-solutions provider for disruptive technologies in the surgical space to drive new standards of care. C4i recently expanded its partnership, adding two new partners, and Young was elected chair of the partnership. Young served on the White House Personnel Committee for President Barack Obama, spoke about human trafficking and other human-rights violations at the United Nations multiple times during Women’s History Month and participated in the American Association of University Women’s UN programs.