Integrity, Awareness, and an Emphasis on Team: at a young age Nilo learned how to start fresh and keep moving ahead. She shares these life lessons, and why her work is more than a job – it’s about the team you build and how you develop others for their own path forward.
Follow Your Passion, Speak Up and Always Be Mindful of Diversity: with early career successes, Leta learned the importance of building relationships, speaking up when she had a seat at the table and how to turn her passion for diversity and inclusion into a meaningful and impactful role at her organization.
Pursue Opportunities and Deliver With Confidence: from her beginnings in information technology, to leading HR Operations for Change Healthcare, Kniche shares what she’s learned about choosing your own career path, engaging your team to drive results, and the importance of accountability.
Have Courage, Challenge Yourself and Trust Your Team: as a young engineer Miya used her knowledge and skillset to achieve success in the startup world; in this conversation she shares her unique leadership journey and reminds us to always have courage and focus on doing what’s right for your team – the results will follow.
Leading with Confidence and with Kindness: Cynthia paved the way for many female executives in healthcare IT; here she shares her experiences with building her skillset to become CEO, lessons she has learned along the way, and how her own experience as a patient underscored the importance of her work.
The Impact of People and Teams: Melanie’s interview emphasizes the importance of people and teams; the people she invests in as well as the ones who have made an impact on her, both personally and professionally.
Amy shares some of her tried and true methodologies for leading companies and leading teams, as well as her opinion about the state of healthcare in the U.S., from her point of view as a self-described patriot.
Journey to Servant Leadership: Donna shares her journey to servant leadership, her opinions regarding progress in healthcare IT, challenges as a female executive, and what she’s most optimistic about.
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