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Richard Ashworth, PharmD, MBA
President and CEO
Tivity Health, Inc.

Richard Ashworth has spent his career focused on improving the health and well-being of others, with a passion for making a difference in the lives of customers and members. As a pharmacist, Ashworth has a keen understanding of the many factors that influence health, including social determinants , adherence to treatment and a healthy lifestyle. His experience includes navigating a rapidly changing healthcare landscape while serving a portfolio of large customers and individual consumers in the intensely competitive retail realm.

Richard Ashworth joined Tivity Health as President and CEO, and as a member of the Board of Directors, in June 2020. Previously, Ashworth facilitated the growth of Walgreens for nearly 30 years, transforming the company into a global leader in pharmacy and health and wellness. He started at Walgreens as a store clerk in 1992, and most recently served as President, responsible for the leadership, development and management of all Walgreens operations.

Justin Barclay, DBA, MBA, CAP
Executive Director, Advanced Analytics & Innovation
Tivity Health, Inc.

A veteran of analytics and program evaluation across for-profit, nonprofit, and government positions, Dr. Barclay is Tivity Health’s Executive Director of Advanced Analytics & Innovation. He leads the company’s advanced analytics and consumer research efforts, and is responsible for overseeing a data strategy which effectively captures the voice of the customer, and converts actionable insights from data into business outcomes which positively impact millions of seniors each year.

Billy Oglesby, PhD, MBA, MSPH
Interim Dean
Jefferson College of Population Health

Dr. Billy Oglesby is the Interim Dean for the Jefferson College of Population Health where he leads all academic functions of the College, including program growth and evaluation, enrollment management, faculty development and oversight, research expansion, alumni engagement, and student support services. He also works with key leaders across the growing Jefferson enterprise and with stakeholders locally, nationally, and globally to develop new academic initiatives that promote healthcare quality and patient safety, improve operational effectiveness and efficiency, and advance public and population health.


Thanks to a concerted effort by government and private industry, safe and effective vaccines for COVID-19 are in circulation, with more expected to receive emergency use authorization in the near future. But that's the first part of the solution. In order to protect our population, we need to understand how people's beliefs, attitudes and past experience influence their willingness to get vaccinated. What is the best way to reach at-risk populations? Who are the trusted messengers? And where will people feel safe receiving vaccine? Join us for a candid conversation with experts from Tivity Health.

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