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Thomas C. Dolan Executive Diversity Program Scholars Selected
Six scholars have been selected for the 2015 Thomas C. Dolan Executive Diversity Program. The year-long program will help further prepare these mid- and senior-level careerists in advancing to higher leadership roles. Scholars will benefit from specialized curriculum opportunities, addressing barriers in career attainment and developing executive presence, one-on-one interaction with a specially selected mentor and participation in formal leadership education and career assessments. The scholars and their respective organizations are:
 
  • Larry D. Chadwick, executive director, Heart and Vascular center, Akron (Ohio) General Medical Center.
  • Marlaina Jackson, director, patient relations and spiritual services, Froedtert Hospital/Froedtert Health, Milwaukee.
  • Maximilian Julian, FACHE, managing director, Mount Sinai Health System, New York.
  • Akindele Majekodunmi, MD, chief medical officer, EveryPatient Inc., Cambridge, Mass.
  • Stephany N. Vaioleti, FACHE, NHA, chief executive officer, Kahuku (Hawaii) Medical Center.
  • Raul H. Zambrano, MD, chief of staff, West Texas VA Health Care, Big Spring, Texas.
The Thomas C. Dolan Executive Diversity Program was established by the Foundation of the American College of Healthcare Executives to honor Dolan - who served as president and CEO of ACHE from 1991-2013 - for his long-standing service to the profession of healthcare leadership and to further his strong commitment to achieving greater diversity among senior healthcare leaders. Scholars will receive tuition to attend ACHE's most notable educational offerings, including the 2015 Senior Executive or Executive Program and ACHE's 2015 Congress on Healthcare Leadership. Enhanced self-awareness, critical leadership skills and an expanded network of leaders will prepare scholars for their future roles.
 
For more information about the selected scholars and the Executive Diversity Program, visit ache.org/ExecutiveDiversity.
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