South Texas Chapter of ACHE Newsletter

September 2021
In This Issue
President's Message Summer 2021
Vice President's Message Summer 2021
Message from Your ACHE Regent - Summer 2021
Leadership and Professional Development
Healthcare Leadership - Thoughts From My Foxhole
Chapter Happenings
Diversity Committee Director Update
STC-ACHE Local Program Councils
2021 STC-ACHE Student Symposium
Programs Committee Update
Programs Committee Update
Member Spotlight
Member Spotlight - Pressanna Parackal
Administrative Notes
Request for e-Newsletter Articles
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Chapter Officers


Mary Anne Weidner, MHA


Immediate Past President

Roxanne Rosa, MHA, FACHE  

Vice President

Kimberly A. Tansey, DPT, FACHE


Roxanne Rosa, MHA, FACHE  

Administrative Notes
Get Involved in Your Local ACHE Chapter!

I am writing to encourage you to get involved in your local South Texas Chapter of ACHE.  Years ago, I started as a student representative while earning my MHA and MBA from Army-Baylor University, and from there evolved into committee membership, holding two director positions, and now as your vice president.  My goals this year are simple: support our board of directors as they work to make this the premier organization for healthcare executives’ education and networking; and to increase participation within our committees.  Succession planning is the cornerstone of any successful long-standing organization, and the best way to do that is to get members involved at the ground level. What are you interested in?  I am listing our committees below. If you are interested in getting involved or want to know more before you commit, please contact me.

Communications & Marketing
Outreach (Local Programs Councils)
Philanthropy & Community Relations
Student Affairs

As an all-volunteer organization,
we are successful because of our members. I hope the year of social distancing has spurred some interest in increased community activism.  I welcome your questions and comments about how we can help you serve.


Kimberly A. Tansey, DPT, FACHE
Vice President / President-Elect, South Texas Chapter of ACHE

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