Prophet Grows Healthcare Specialty Adding New Partner, Lindsey Conner Mosby
February 16, 2022
AUSTIN – Prophet, a global consultancy, announced that it is expanding its healthcare expertise by adding Lindsey Conner Mosby as partner. Lindsey, who will be based in Prophet’s Austin office, will strengthen the firm’s healthcare expertise by applying her extensive background in experience and innovation to advance client transformation journeys.
With more than 20 years of experience working in healthcare innovation and strategy, she has helped both legacy and start-up healthcare players – including providers, payers, pharmaceuticals, and consumer health organizations – envision and execute programs spanning innovation and growth strategy; qualitative research; product and service design; organizational design, and change management.
“The past two years have forever changed the healthcare sector and companies need to be ready to evolve and provide the service and experiences that consumers desire,” said Jeff Gourdji, healthcare and brand and experience partner at Prophet. “Lindsey thrives in complex environments developing innovative strategies that drive success. She loves working with clients on their most mission-critical initiatives and we are thrilled that she is joining the Prophet team.”
Prior to joining Prophet, Lindsey was the global strategic design lead for Philips Design and Philips Healthcare Transformation Services. She also spent seven years building and leading the healthcare practice at frog Design and has worked with a number of leading healthcare organizations including Pfizer Consumer Health; The Mayo Clinic; Kaiser Permanente; Johnson & Johnson; Merck, and Cigna.
“I am delighted to begin my journey at Prophet,” Lindsey said. “This consultancy has had great success solving clients’ unique challenges and developing strategies to help them unlock uncommon growth. I look forward to helping healthcare organizations – the known and the new – create empowering, and even delightful, health and wellness experiences that resonate with the people they serve.”