Morris Panner is CEO of Ambra Health, a digital health company improving interoperability of diagnostic imaging to improve outcomes and enhance life sciences research. He has extensive involvement in health policy and significant government experience in narcotics enforcement domestically and internationally. Morris Panner was previously the CEO of TownFlier and CEO of OpenAir, the leader in Professional Services Automation software (PSA). Under his leadership, OpenAir was named one of the Fastest Growing Private Companies in New England in both 2006 and 2007, a Deloitte & Touche Fast 500 Company, a winner in the 2008 Software and Information Industry Association CODiE award competition, and a Top 25 Global Service Provider by ASP News. In June of 2008, OpenAir was acquired by NetSuite (NYSE: N).
Morris was previously an attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. and spent a year as the Resident Legal Advisor fighting narco-terrorism at the U.S. Embassy in Bogota, Colombia. Before that, he was a Federal Prosecutor in New York City, an attorney at Wachtell Lipton, and a banker at Lazard. A graduate of Harvard Law School and Yale, Morris is co-Chairman of the Board of the Software Division of the Software and Information Industry Association and on the Board of the Washington Office on Latin America, a leading advocacy organization for human rights and social justice in Latin America. He is a frequent speaker and has been featured in the Boss column of the New York Times, Forbes, the Boston Business Journal, and Fast Company.