Vonda Wright, MD, MS, will moderate an impressive array of speakers who were invited to speak at the 2022 Lake Nona Institute Impact Forum. Dr. Wright is the event moderator for the Speaker and Advisory Board Reception on Peak Human Performance at the Lake Nona Performance Club on February 23, 2022. Speakers for the reception include, Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl Champion, Russell Wilson; Deepak Chopra, MD, FACP, of Chopra Foundation and Chopra Global; and Hugh Herr, PhD, of MIT Media Lab. The audience for these presentations are an impressive array of healthcare innovators and industry leaders from the nation’s top universities, hospitals, and research institutions. This invitation-only event brings together more than 300 of the brightest minds in health, wellbeing, and human performance.

Dr. Wright is a double-boarded orthopaedic sports surgeon, author, researcher, innovator, and internationally recognized authority on active longevity and mobility. She harnesses innovative technology to provide integrative patient-centered orthopedic sports surgery and wellness programs including her newest initiative, Precision Longevity. Dr Wright speaks worldwide, has written 5 books, and is a frequent guest of media outlets as an expert medical contributor.

A long time participant and speaker in the Lake Nona Impact Forum, Dr Wright moved her orthopedic practice to Lake Nona where she currently serves as the president of Hughston Orthopaedics SE. Before coming to Hughston, Dr. Wright served as the inaugural medical director of the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex, an 185,000 sq. ft. joint venture between UPMC and the Pittsburgh Penguins and chief of Northside Orthopedic Institute, Sports Medicine that serves Atlanta area patients. In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Wright has served as the lead team doctor for multiple Division I college teams, professional athletics, the players’ doctor for several PGA US open and tour championships, and the Atlanta and Pittsburgh Ballet Theaters.

Dr. Wright serves the communities she lives in as a member of multiple non-profit boards and lives with her husband, 2x Stanley Cup champion, Peter Taglianetti and family in Laureate Park.

Last edited on February 22, 2022