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Startup Grind with Matt Troup

Join the Conductor for Startup Grind with Matt Troup, President and CEO of Conway Regional Health System.

Startup Grind is a monthly fireside chat presented in partnership with Google for Entrepreneurs. Conway is one of 200 cities in the world with a Startup Grind chapter. Each month, the Conductor hosts a fireside chat with a local influencer/entrepreneur. To date, the Conductor has hosted Conway Mayor Bart Castleberry; Amy Fecher, Executive VP of Operations at the Arkansas Economic Development Commission; Earnest Sweat, California-based venture capitalist; Jeff Amerine, Principal of Startup Junkie Consulting; Jeff Standridge, Chief Catalyst of the Conductor; and Alison Williams, Chief-of-Staff for Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, among others.

Don't miss a chance to hear about Matt Troup's life and business advice, and network over food!

This is free and open to the public.


5:00 p.m. - Doors Open + Networking

6:00 p.m. - Fireside Chat with Matt Troup

7:00 p.m. - Networking

About Matt Troup:

Matt Troup began his role as President & CEO of Conway Regional Health System on August 17, 2015, as part of a five-year management agreement between Conway Regional and CHI St. Vincent in Little Rock where Troup had been serving as Vice President, Ancillary Services.

Prior to his leadership at CHI St. Vincent, Troup was Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Site Administrator at Holmes Regional Medical Center in Melbourne, FL. providing strategic and operations oversight for the hospital and trauma center.

His 20-year healthcare career includes serving as COO at Hillcrest Medical Center, Tulsa, OK. He served in multiple roles at Texas Health Resources in Dallas; was President of Texas Health Presbyterian of Winnsboro; Vice President of Operations for Texas Health Presbyterian in Dallas and Vice President for Methodist Health System, Dallas.

Troup has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. He completed a Master of Science, Healthcare Administration from Trinity University in San Antonio. He is a Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives and has a Six Sigma Green Belt. He and his wife Melissa have been married for 25 years and have four boys, the oldest attends Hendrix College.

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