Council of Advisors

Jeffrey Hogan

Chair, CLP Council of Advisors

Jeffrey Hogan serves as Chairman of the Charter Oak Leadership Program Council of Advisors.

Jeff is the Northeast Regional Manager for Rogers Benefit Group, a national benefits marketing and consulting firm.    He is also the President of  Upside Health Advisers, a national healthcare consultancy working in every aspect of healthcare with a focus on value-based healthcare, care transformation, care delivery and the promotion of precision medicine as a feature of these.   He serves as an advisor to many health tech startups and has worked with national payers and large provider groups collaborating on product and services development and launch and with vendors looking to integrate themselves into nuanced care paths. 

Since COVID, Jeff is engaged with providers moving to risk and with health tech enabled provider organizations distinguishing themselves as ‘high performance’.  Jeff also works with large employers looking to embed accountable high-performance providers and episodic payment features into their plans.

Jeff regularly appears on national forums focused on moving to value based health care and is actively working to promote health care related transparency measures in the market.  Jeff is a board member for the Connecticut Business Group on Health. He serves as the group’s liaison to the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser’s Coalition and as the Regional Leader for the Leapfrog Group. He is also one of the Coordinators of Connecticut’s Moving to Value Alliance.   Jeff was recently awarded the Outstanding 2020 Benefits Advisor/Broker Health Value Award by the Validation Institute.

Jeff and his family are active annual participants in the Pan-Mass Challenge and have raised more than $300,000 for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.  Jeff served his local government as the Farmington Town Council Chair from 2012-2014 and as a town council member over a 10-year period.  Jeff is an avid outdoorsman, and previously served as the Director of the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Mountain Leadership School and for the past 20 years instructs in the Wilderness Medicine Symposium for the UCONN Medical School.

Jeff is a member of the CLP Class of 2020.

Jim Miller

Vice-Chair, CLP Council of Advisors

Jim Miller is the founder of JFM Litigation Consulting LLC. He serves as an expert witness testifying in major securities fraud cases, including WorldCom, Enron, Facebook and Alibaba. He has been involved in cases that have returned over $20 billion to defrauded investors.

Prior to founding his company, Jim worked in New York, as a commercial banker and an investment banker. He worked at Merrill Lynch as a generalist investment banker and as a senior equity capital markets investment banker. He was the Head of U.S. Equity Capital Markets at Deutsche Bank Securities and Co-Head of U.S. Equity Capital Markets at Lehman Brothers and later the Global Co-Head of Equity Capital Markets at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein. During his nearly two decades as an investment banker, Jim was the lead investment banker or lead capital markets banker on public offerings raising over $100 billion. He has negotiated transactions with the Finance Ministers of Canada and Argentina, and the President of Peru. Jim also negotiated the price of the Amazon IPO with Jeff Bezos.

Jim lives with his family in Lyme Connecticut, serves on Lyme’s Affordable Housing Commission and writes a blog on Substack – Comments From Connecticut.

Jim is a member of the CLP Class of 2020.

Council Members

Walter “Skip” Auch, CLP 2021

Allyson Cowin, CLP 2021

Dennis Crowe, CLP 2021

Kimberly Fiorello, LPR 2019

Mike France, CLP 2021

Arnie Goldman, D.V.M., CLP 2021

Faith Ham, CLP 2020

Isabelle Hargrove, CLP 2021

Carol Platt Liebau, CLP 2020

Alan Mathis, CLP 2020

Bradley Michelson, CLP 2020

Andrew Olivastro, LPR 2019

Sky Post, CLP 2020

Neil Roberts, CLP 2021

Rob Sampson, CLP 2020

Bradley Sprecher, CLP 2021

Jane Sprung, CLP 2021

Jayme Stevenson, CLP 2020

Tami Zawistowski, CLP 2021