David G. Sobol received his BA in political science with a minor in legal studies from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 1997. In 2001 he was awarded the Juris Doctor degree from Boston College, and he was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in 2001. After serving as a law clerk with the NSDAQ Stock Market in Washington, DC, he moved to Boston, where he was a law clerk for The Honorable William Hlllman in the US Bankruptcy Court.
In 2001 David joined Holland & Knight LLC as an Associate, where he worked until 2009. He then joined the firm of Dinicola, Sobol & Upton LLP, as a Partner, practicing in the area of commercial litigation.
David was recruited by Fresenius Medical Care North America, where he has practiced law since 2009. Employed as Business Unit Counsel from 2009 to 2010, he was responsible for all aspects of legal representation for business unit within Fresenius Medical Services
In 2010 Fresenius Medical Care North America promoted David to Assistant General Counsel. In that capacity he was solely responsible for legal representation to operational groups within Fresenius Medical Services.
David is currently the Vice President, Managed Care, for Fresenius Medical Care North America. His responsibilities as Vice President include developing and implementing Fresenius’s managed care strategy across all managed care segments, including commercial payors, Medicare Advantage Plans, Accountable Care Organizations and Healthcare Exchange Programs.
He has served as the Vice President, Managed Care, since 2012.
Jill Kenney is a C-level executive, attorney, and mediator, with significant leadership experience in sales, marketing, corporate strategy, and general management. Jill has a strong leadership brand with a reputation for quick thinking, problem solving, creativity, and inclusiveness. She has led organizations with as many as 5800 persons, as well as small and mid-size corporations. Well-read and versed in current affairs, Jill is results-oriented and has developed business and legal solutions for small and mid-size companies. Along with her TIMBERLINE Solutions Group™ partners, she recently co-authored and published two books: “Undeniably: The Best Guide to the Affordable Care Act for Business” and “Take Aim: The Predictive Analytics Solution for Project Estimating.”
Jill holds an MBA from Emory University and currently works as VP of Sales at AviziaMD, the leader in telemedicine solutions. She is a certified health coverage guide for the State of Colorado. Jill has also spent more than 25 years as a Senior Vice President at Xerox Corporation; Chief Marketing Officer responsible for corporate strategy at StorageTek; Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales at SpectraLink); and Operations Director at Cisco Systems. She is community oriented and sits on several boards including the GZ Sobol Parkinson’s Foundation; Voices for Children CASA of Boulder County where she is board Treasurer; and, the Open Space Committee for the Town of Superior.
Karen is a non-profit professional with extensive experience in program development, financial development and grant writing. A third generation Colorado native, she graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1984 with a BA in Communication and a Degree in Secondary Education. Karen has taught theater at both the middle and high school level. She is a founding director of CenterStage Theatre Company and has served on the boards of the Boulder County Arts Alliance, The Boulder Valley School District Accountability Committee and Parent Advisory Council, The Louisville Arts Council and the Coal Creek Theater Company.
Karen joined the Y 10 years ago to run their Teen Programs. She has been the grant administrator for the YMCA of Boulder Valley since 2011, with grant writing always being part of her work. Karen has secured and managed over $1,000,000 in funding for Y programs from private foundations, local and state governments, and individual donors. Her extensive background in program development provides Karen with a deeper understanding of the entire grant making process, allowing her to work closely with program staff on program design and implementation and insuring fidelity in program operation and data collection.
Karen is married and has two children, ages 24 and 21. She enjoys cooking, skiing, reading, and gardening.