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Join Us to Celebrate Women to Watch 2017


 

Last month, we shared feature profiles on the 10 incredible industry executives selected for the Women to Watch Class of 2017. While their backgrounds and individual expertise varies, they also have much in common. To a person, these women are talented, passionate, intelligent, generous, dedicated, collaborative, and innovative. In short, they are people we want to watch as leaders in their respective fields modeling ways to create a more efficient, effective healthcare system.

If you haven't had a chance to read their stories, yet, we urge you to go online to do so. We also invite you to join us on June 20 as we gather to celebrate this year's honorees at a breakfast event held at the W.O. Smith School of Music. Individual tickets and tables for the event are available for purchase either online at NashvilleMedicalNews.com or by emailing CSanders@NashvilleMedicalNews.com.

This annual event simply wouldn't be possible without the support of our long-time sponsors Kraft CPAs and the Nashville Health Care Council. We'd also like to thank the W.O. Smith School of Music, Flavor Catering, and Branching Out Floral & Event Design for helping us create a memorable morning to salute this year's very deserving honorees.


2017 Honorees

Lucy Carter: KraftCPAs PLLC

Jennifer Domm, MD: TriStar Medical Group Children's Specialists and The Children's Hospital at TriStar Centennial

Amy Johnston Little: UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Tennessee

Lisa Kachnic, MD: Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center

Linda Marzialo: Gould Turner Group, PC

June Patterson: Nashville Health Care Council

Nita Wall Shumaker, MD: Tennessee Medical Association & Galen Medical Group

Amber Sims: Saint Thomas Health

Corina Tracy: Compassus

Michele Williams, MD: Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center

All the Details

2017 Women to Watch Breakfast

Tuesday, June 20 • 7:30-9 am

W.O. Smith School of Music

1125 Eighth Ave. S. • Nashville 37203

Individual Tickets: $45

Table of 8: $350

Click here to order tickets. Seating is limited. Tickets available, as space permits, through June 14.

Click here to view the special Women to Watch insert.

 
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