Terry is the founder of Auxilia, an international digital health advisory at the intersection of healthcare, technology and big data. He helps healthcare, life sciences and human services organisations around the world to solve real world business problems and realise significant results through the use of technology; supporting strategy and innovation. Terry is an adept commercial leader and has a proven track record of scaling and commercialising research, start-ups/ scale-ups and large-scale enterprises. He supports businesses in finding new and innovative revenue streams, and creating high value go-to-market strategies and partnerships. Terry is particularly effective in identifying and incubating opportunities in new and emerging markets, not least a $1bn+ partnership with China. During Terry’s tenure as Managing Director for IBM Watson Health, he worked at the forefront of the Chinese Government’s ‘Healthy China 2030’ national agenda, establishing a first of a kind partnership to bring innovative new technology to serve the healthcare needs of the largest population in the world. Most recently, Terry led an initiative to establish an e-health platform for Japan, revolutionising patient safety and providing clinicians with critical insights to drive better patient outcomes and operational efficiency. Terry was also responsible for leading global partnerships with world leading organisations such as the G20, American Medical Association, Mayo Clinic, NHS UK and SoftBank Japan. Terry has established and scaled two major startups, both being acquired by large global multinationals. He was a Founding Director of the social health and care technology start-up, Cúram Software. Based in Ireland, Cúram’s global presence and market leadership led to IBM acquiring the company in 2011. It remains part of the IBM Watson Health portfolio as a key platform for health and care management. Terry has held a number of global senior strategic positions in both public and private sectors. Reporting to the Secretary of State for Health, Terry was the UK Government Special Advisor on the health and social care digital strategy, leading the transformation of front-line services through technology adoption. He also led the global healthcare practice for a large ‘top-four’ consulting firm. A former professional athlete, Terry holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Cambridge University, a first- class honours degree in Economics also from Cambridge University, and a Master of Science in Business Information Technology. Terry was honoured by HRH Queen Elizabeth II with an order of Knighthood (C.M.G.) in recognition of his service overseas on behalf of the British Government.