Rebecca Lin

Healthcare Leader | Global Growth Strategist | Educator | Keynote Speaker on AI and Innovation |
Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices 2023

Rebecca Lin is a distinguished healthcare leader with a proven track record in formulating growth strategies for emerging businesses to achieve global success. Her exceptional expertise has earned her recognition as one of The Top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices of 2023.

Currently serving as the Chief Strategy Officer at Potrero, a cutting-edge MedTech AI innovation company based in the Bay Area, Rebecca’s visionary leadership drives the company’s growth and market expansion. Her strategic guidance has been instrumental in positioning Potrero as a trailblazer in the industry.

Rebecca’s career encompasses leadership roles in both large corporations and startups, providing her with a dynamic perspective that empowers her to guide teams at different stages of growth and maturity. Her winning strategies have left a lasting impact on esteemed companies such as Johnson & Johnson, CR Bard (acquired by Becton Dickinson), and TheraNova, spanning across business development, marketing, sales, training, and clinical management.
Having operated in both US and international markets, Rebecca has cultivated a unique blend of business acumen and technical expertise. This combination enables her to effectively communicate with diverse audiences and establish key partnerships that scale businesses globally.

Beyond her corporate roles, Rebecca actively contributes to the healthcare community. She serves as an editorial board member at the Chinese Journal of Medical Instrumentation, where she helps shape the discourse in the medical device industry. Furthermore, Rebecca shares her vast knowledge and insights as a lecturer in the Master of Translational Medicine programs at UCSF and UC Berkeley, nurturing the next generation of healthcare innovators. As a keynote speaker on AI and Innovation, Rebecca inspires audiences with her commitment to advancing healthcare through innovation and strategic expertise. She continues to be a driving force in the industry, shaping the future of healthcare.

Rebecca is an alumna of Stanford Business School and holds a Masters in Marine Biology from Sun Yat-Sen University. Her publications include a chapter titled “Industry Perspectives and Commercial Opportunities of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine” in the book ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MEDICINE.