At ICV St. Augustine 2017, we will host a series of presentations where change-makers and forward-thinking leaders – Family Offices, Fund Investors, Key Opinion Leaders, Academia, and Senior Management from a select group of Companies – will share their ideas and evaluate opportunities that create a social impact beyond a financial return.


Investment Community Visibility (ICV) connects family offices and fund investors to evaluate opportunities that create a social impact beyond a financial return. There are few audiences by virtue and wealth that can advance corporate responsibility, capitalize businesses at significant levels, improve the wellbeing of humankind through philanthropy, and influence systemic change in the world.

Innovative research is leading to breakthroughs in medicines, therapies, devices, and technologies which will define the future of healthcare. There will be new treatments capable of curing a myriad of illnesses, thus helping people to live longer, with less pain. Through careful investing, countless lives can be profoundly improved.

On November 20, ICV and Victory Junior Tour will co-host the PGA Tour Pro-Am Tournament.

On November 21, ICV will host the ICV Pediatric Innovation Forum to benefit maternal, newborn and child health.

Participation in the PGA Tour Pro-Am Tournament on November 20 includes two tickets per entrant to play on the Official Golf Courses of the World Golf Hall of Fame (e.g., Slammer and Squire) on Sunday, November 19 (tee times 12:30 – 1:30 pm); dinner and pairings party for golfers on November 19 at the World Golf Village; lodging on November 19 at World Hall of Fame Golf Village Property Hotel; gift bag and prizes at awards ceremony to follow play.

All profits of this two day event, including donations which might arise, shall be distributed to 501c3 nonprofit organizations.


Where is Healthcare in 2030?


Bridging the Gap between Academia, Corporations and Capital


Championing Women’s Health, Equality and Empowerment

A discussion on women’s health and economic and political empowerment, including access to decent work, and control over economic, and productive resources and active participation in governance and decision-making.

Maternal Health in the Era of the Sustainable Development Goals

Maternal mortality is one of the most pronounced health inequities between high income and resource constrained countries. For example, a woman in sub-Saharan Africa is 45 times more likely to die during pregnancy or childbirth than her counterpart in the developed world. Hear how the Sustainable Development Goals aim to reduce maternal mortality by more than 50% and new technologies and practices that will help to reach this target.

Innovations in Population Health

When it comes to population health, social determinants of health (e.g., poverty and education) are the key to wellness in our society.

Nutrition & Integrative Medicine: The Most Powerful Drug is Food

Proper nutrition is more important to the achievement and preservation of health than prescription medications and supplements. Food intake has been traditionally associated with calories, and less understood in its other biological interactions. We know now that food is actually information like software disks in computers. Insert the wrong disk or a virus and you know what happens. The truth is that food influences gene expression. Eating changes cells and bodily functions through foods’ communication with hormones and genes. Healthy cellular communication resulting from proper food choices leads to a healthy body with good genetic expression and overall well-being. Inappropriate food choices cause unhealthy communication leading to dysfunction and disease. Genomic testing provides helpful information to create an optimal diet customized to each person. Targeted dietary changes empower individuals to operate beyond the, “What can you do anyway, it’s nobody’s fault… It’s all in your genes” approach most people have been led to believe. At FWSI, we evaluate you as an individual and provide clear, science-based instructions on eating to improve your health, strengthen your biochemistry, protect yourself against diseases, and work toward reversing imbalances within your body.


Enduring Hearts’ mission is to fund important and innovative research to increase the longevity of pediatric heart transplants, and improve the quality of life for transplant recipients.


Enduring Hearts

Enduring Hearts works toward its mission through the following programs:

  1. Direct Research Grant Program
  2. American Heart Association (AHA) Grant-making Alignment
  3. International Society of Heart & Lung Transplantation (ISHLT) Grant-making Alignment

Enduring Hearts gives priority to clinical research projects and new emerging technologies that focus on understanding the cause, development and prevention of human transplantation diseases, including organ injury and rejection, viral infection and late graft deterioration.



World Golf Hall of Fame, the King & Bear and Slammer & Squire at the World Golf Village Resort
Address: 1 World Golf Place, St. Augustine, FL 32092
Phone: (904) 940-6088


The only collaboration between golf’s greatest legends, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, King & Bear in St. Augustine, Florida, is set among pristine lakes, beautiful loblolly pines, and stately oak trees. Located at the World Golf Village – a massive residential golf complex that also features the World Golf Hall of Fame – each hole contains design characteristics of both players to create a unique layout in northern Florida.

As the Official Golf Courses of the World Golf Hall of Fame, the King & Bear and Slammer & Squire at the World Golf Village Resort are award-winning championship courses designed to offer both enjoyment and challenge in a spectacular and unique resort setting. The World Golf Village Resort just a short drive away from Jacksonville, Palm Coast, Daytona Beach, and Orlando.


8:00  World Golf Village’s King & Bear - 1 King and Bear Dr, St Augustine, FL 32092
START END  PGA Tour Pro-Am Fundraiser Tournament
9:00 2:00 PM Shotgun Start
2:30 3:30 Award Ceremony
4:00 5:00 Tour of Pediatric Hospital
5:30 7:00 Networking Reception
7:00 7:30 Guest Speaker
7:30 9:00 Dinner Reception
08:00 08:30 Networking Breakfast
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12:30 13:20 Networking Luncheon
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19:00 20:00 Networking Reception


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Upcoming Healthcare Delegation Visits & Events


ICV Manhattan 2017: Health and Gender Equity, September 20

ICV Delegation Visit Japan 2017, Week of October 9

ICV Delegation Visit Greater China 2017, Week of October 16

ICV San Francisco 2018: Healthcare Innovation Forum, January 11 & 12