In addition to my private coaching practice, I am a Program Director at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and run multiple leadership development programs including: Leadership Strategies for Information Technology in Healthcare, Leadership Development for Physicians in Academic Health Centers, and the Program for Chiefs of Clinical Services. I am also a Lecturer in the Department of Health Policy & Management and teach Competitive Strategy and Health IT classes. Previously, I was a Professor of Practice at the Simmons School of Management.
Prior to transitioning into academia, I spent 22 years in health care IT. I started my career as a project manager at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and eventually became the Deputy Chief Information Officer of Partners HealthCare System, Inc.
Former roles include being the Chair of the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council, a faculty member for the College of Healthcare Information Management Executive (CHIME) CIO Boot camp, and an appointed member of the Governor’s Information Technology Advisory Board. I currently serve on the IT Subcommittee of the Board for UMASS Memorial Medical Center.
Nothing gives me greater pleasure than the opportunity to share my years of experience with individual coaching clients or with the participants in my leadership development programs.