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Women to Watch Class of 2017


 

The women selected for the Class of 2017 are dedicated, talented, passionate, smart, collaborative innovators. 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.

The 10 women honored this year represent the village required to deliver quality care across the continuum in a highly complex, heavily regulated industry. Provider, payer, researcher, consultant, executive, industry advocate, design innovator, strategic planner, program director, educator, lifelong learner, problem solver, leader, mentor ... no single title describes these women who willingly wear the many hats necessary to create transformative change in American healthcare.

Generous with their expertise and energy, these incredible women also serve on numerous community boards and industry organizations. Despite busy days, they find the time to mentor the next generation of healthcare professionals. They are unafraid to address the big issues. They lead by example. And they never forget the work they do has an impact on patients.

For these ... and a host of other reasons ... the Class of 2017 is truly made up of women to watch.

-- Susan Graham & Cindy Sanders, Publishers, Nashville Medical News



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Women to Watch 2017

Lucy Carter, CPA

Lucy Carter, CPA

Member & Practice Leader, Healthcare Industry Team
KraftCPAs PLLC

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Jennifer Domm, MD, MSCI

Jennifer Domm, MD, MSCI

Pediatric Hematologist/Oncologist & Medical Director
TriStar Medical Group Children's Specialists

Vice Chair, Department of Pediatrics
The Children's Hospital at TriStar Centennial

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Amy Johnston Little, MBA

Amy Johnston Little, MBA

Executive Director, Dual Eligible Special Needs Population

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Tennessee

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Lisa Kachnic, MD, FASTRO

Lisa Kachnic, MD, FASTRO

Professor & Cornelius Vanderbilt Chair, Department of Radiation Oncology

Vanderbilt University Medical Center & Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center

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Linda Marzialo, AIA, ACHA

Linda Marzialo, AIA, ACHA

President & CEO

Gould Turner Group, PC

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June Patterson

June Patterson

Fellows Director

Nashville Health Care Council

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Nita Wall Shumaker, MD

Nita Wall Shumaker, MD

President
Tennessee Medical Association

Pediatrician
Galen Medical Group

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Amber Sims, FACHE, CMPE, MBA

Amber Sims, FACHE, CMPE, MBA

Chief Strategy Officer

Saint Thomas Health

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Corina Tracy

Corina Tracy

Chief Operating Officer

Compassus

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I. Michele Williams, MD, FAAP

I. Michele Williams, MD, FAAP

Pediatrician & Chief Medical Officer

Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center

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