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I spent Monday and Tuesday this week covering the mHealth 2013 Summit in the DC Metro area. The summit covered technology and health care, both in developing and developed countries. Technology, both hardware and apps, were a major element of the conference, and I kept my eyes open for some interesting consumer-focused products and sessions. Considering the tech focus, it was nice to see technology used in interesting ways throughout the conference. Overall, their selections improved the experience.

Age: 39 Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Public Policy from Duke University. Career History: Dunion originally wanted to run for office, but a year working on Capitol Hill fixed that. She worked for DC-based U.S. Newswire and then moved to Burson-Marsteller, doing PR work for Motorola. She relocated to Singapore with Fleischman-Hillard to do PR work for Intel in the Philippines. She returned to D.C., working two years for Sideware, a now-defunct CRM company. Dunion became CEA’s PR Director in 2002. In 2004, while pregnant with her second child, CEA promoted Dunion to her current position, giving her responsibility for all PR and

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