Fraser Bullock
Fraser Bullock is a founder and Managing Director of Sorenson Capital, a private equity firm, which has a total of $650 million in assets under management. Mr. Bullock serves on many Boards including DOMO, InMoment, Wilson Electronics, Nexmo, Goal Zero, and as Chairman of the Polynesian Cultural Center and DMBA. He is on the Advisory Board of He also served on the Board of Imagine Learning until its recent sale to Weld North. Mr. Bullock served as Chairman of Omniture, a publicly-traded technology company that was sold to Adobe. Mr. Bullock began his career at Bain & Company, as Consultant and Manager. He then became a founding partner of Bain Capital. Mr. Bullock later served in various operating roles including CFO of a publicly-traded company and President of a transaction-processing technology company. In 1999, Mr. Bullock became Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. For his Olympic service, Mr. Bullock received the Olympic Order in Gold from the International Olympic Committee. Mr. Bullock received a Bachelor’s degree in economics and a Masters in Business Administration, both degrees from BYU.
Steven C. Barlow
Mr. Barlow is a co-founder of HQC and former CEO of the company. He oversees all development activities for HQC's suite of products and services. Mr. Barlow is a founding member and former chair of the Healthcare Data Warehousing Association. He began his career in healthcare over 18 years ago at Intermountain Healthcare, and acted as a member of the team that led Intermountain's nationally recognized improvements in quality of care delivery and reductions in cost. Mr. Barlow holds a BS from the University of Utah in health education and promotion.
Larry Grandia
Board Member

Mr. Grandia has served on Catalyst's board of directors since fall 2011. He is an accomplished CIO veteran of the healthcare IT industry with more than 40 years of business and technology leadership experience. Until his retirement in 2007, Mr. Grandia was executive vice president and chief technology officer of Premier, Inc. Before joining Premier in 2000, Mr. Grandia was president and chief executive officer of DAOU Systems, Inc. Prior to DAOU, Mr. Grandia led IT functions for Intermountain Healthcare, Inc. for more than two decades.

In addition to his executive positions, Mr. Grandia has served on the boards of PatientSafe Solutions, DAOU Systems, Inc., IDX Corporation and on advisory boards for 3M Healthcare Information Systems and the Center for Clinical Integration. He served as a founding board member of the following organizations: Microsoft Healthcare User Group (MSHUG), the National Alliance for Healthcare Information Technology (NAHIT), and the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), of which he is a fellow. Grandia is also a fellow, life member, and past board member of the Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society (HIMSS), past president of Electronic Computing Health Oriented (ECHO), which served as IBM's healthcare users group, and a past member of the Healthcare Information Systems Executive Association (HISEA).

Spanning his career, Mr. Grandia has received numerous professional recognitions. Most recently, he was presented with the 50 in 50 award - a HIMSS 2011 recognition of 50 individuals over its 50 years who have exemplified memorable achievements in healthcare information technology. In October 1999, he was named among the "Most Influential in Healthcare IT" by the ADVANCE for Health Information Executives magazine. In 1995, he received the Gold Award for achievement in managing information technology from Carnegie Mellon University and American Management Systems. In 1992, he was awarded HIMSS' "CIO of the Year" (John E. Gall, Jr.) award for outstanding contributions to the field of healthcare information management. In 1991, he was recognized as a top 100 CIO by the CIO magazine.

Mike Dixon
Sequoia Capital
Mr. Dixon is a Board Member representing Sequoia Capital as an investor in the company. He works with growth stage healthcare companies. Prior to joining Sequoia Capital in 2008, he worked at Fidelity Management & Research Company, where he directed $2 billion of investment capital in the wire and cable, ATM, and RFID sectors. Earlier, he was with UBS Investment Bank and Deloitte. Mr. Dixon has a BS in finance and accounting from Boston College.
Todd Cozzens
Sequoia Capital
Mr. Cozzens is a Board Member representing Sequoia Capital as an investor in the company. He works with growth stage healthcare companies. Prior to joining Sequoia Capital in 2012, Todd was the CEO of the Accountable Care Solutions business at Optum, the technology and services arm of UnitedHealth Group. Prior to that Todd was CEO of Picis, a provider of electronic medical record software for hospitals acquired by UnitedHealth Group in 2010. Earlier, Todd led Marquette Medical Systems to an IPO. It was later sold to GE.

Todd has a BA from Marquette University and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School PMD program.
Promod Haque
Norwest Venture Partners
Promod has more than 20 years of experience in the venture capital industry and currently serves as managing partner at Norwest Venture Partners (NVP). Promod joined NVP in 1990, and has invested in more than 60 companies since he began his venture career, producing nearly $30B in exit values to date. More than 20 of his portfolio companies have gone public and nearly 35 have been acquired (or have gone public and been acquired). Promod was ranked as a top investor on the annual Forbes Midas List for nine years, and in 2004, Forbes named him as the #1 venture capitalist based on performance over the previous decade. In 2006, Promod was presented with a Global Leadership award from NASSCOM, and he was recently honored with the 2011 SV Forum Visionary Award based on his outstanding achievements and contributions to the technology industry. He received a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Delhi, India. He holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Northwestern University and an MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg Graduate School of Management, where he serves on the advisory board.
Dan Burton
Chief Executive Officer
Dan Burton serves as CEO of Health Catalyst, a healthcare data warehousing and analytics company. He became involved with Health Catalyst when it was a three-person startup. Mr. Burton is also the co-founder of HB Ventures, the first investor in Health Catalyst. Prior to Health Catalyst and HB Ventures, Mr. Burton led the Corporate Strategy Group at Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU). He also spent eight years with Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) in strategy and marketing management roles. Before joining HP he was an associate consultant with the Boston Consulting Group, where he advised healthcare systems and technology companies. Mr. Burton holds an MBA with high distinction from Harvard University, where he was elected a George F. Baker Scholar, and a BS in economics, magna cum laude, from BYU.
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