Winter 2018
In This Issue
A Year-End Message from 2017 THEF President, Heather Jacobson
Save the Date: Upcoming ACHE event with NCHA Winter Meeting
THEF Participates in Healthcare Holiday Mixer!
Congratulations on Advancement to ACHE Fellow!
GCHEG & THEF- Board of Governors Exam Review Course 2017
THEF Gave Thanks at Annual Networking Event and Food Drive with UNC HESA
THEF Senior Executive Roundtable Breakfast - October Event Recap
2018 THEF Board and Committee Members!
NEW for 2018! FACHE Reference Subcommittee A Resource for Advancement to Fellow, ACHE
Thank You to our THEF Sponsors
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THEF's 2016 Board

Heather Jacobson,
THEF President
heather.jacobson@duke.edu
919-660-7243

Jessica Landin, FACHE,
Immediate Past President
jlandin@evolenthealth.com
919-593-0154

Christa Johnston, FACHE,
President Elect

christa.johnston@duke.edu
919-349-2731

Will Holding,
Treasurer
william.holding@gmail.com
202-378-0139

Emily Greene,
Secretary
emily.greene@duke.edu
919-668-5609

Adrienne Lloyd,
Education Co-Chair
adrienne.lloyd@duke.edu
480-202-4917

Lauren Walls,
Education Co-Chair

lauren.walls@duke.edu

Matt Radzom, FACHE
Education Co-Chair

mradzom@gmail.com
763-229-3485

Susan Kline,
Fellowship Advancement Co-Chair
susan.kline@duke.edu
919-681-2633

Heather Wargo, FACHE
 Fellowship Advancement Co-Chair
hlwargo@gmail.com


Greg Nelson,
Communications Co-Chair
greg@thotwave.com
919-931-4736

Ramya Parthasarathy,
Communications Co-Chair
ramya.parthasarathy@duke.edu
919-668-2759

Heather Bogan,
Sponsorship Co-Chair

hbogan@vha.com
919-345-5344

Maryanne Volkringer,
Sponsorship Co-Chair

mvolkringer84@gmail.com
203-525-3211

Ron Smith,
Membership/Volunteer Co-Chair
ronsmith@ls3p.com

Stephen Rinaldi,
 
Membership/Volunteer Co-Chair
stephen.rinaldi@unchealth.unc.edu
 984-974-9371

Luke Waller,
  
Director of Eastern North Carolina Chapter Region
Luke.Waller@Vidanthealth.com

 

Congratulations on Advancement to ACHE Fellow!

The Triangle Healthcare Executives’ Forum of North Carolina (THEF) proudly congratulates eight of its members on becoming a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE), or completing all advancement requirements, so far this calendar year 2017.

Leslie Burnside, MEd, MHA, FACHE                                         
UNC Health Care, Chapel Hill

Jonathan Forte, MHA, FACHE                                                     
Greenville VA Health Care Center, Greenville

Heather Honeycutt, MBA, MPM, PMP, FACHE                    
Novant Health, Chapel Hill

John Hudson, MSN, PhD, FACHE                                                
Duke Regional Hospital, Durham

Debra Johnson, FACHE                                                                 
The Outer Banks Hospital, Nags Head

Jim Murphy, MHA, FACHE                                                          
UNC Health Care, Chapel Hill

Shelton Nelson, MBA, FACHE                                                     
Vidant Medical Group, Greenville

Perry Ann Reed, MBA, FACHE                                                    
WakeMed Children’s Hospital, Raleigh

We also congratulate Marlon Julius, MHA at Vidant Health in Greenville on passing the Board of Governors Exam, with advancement to Fellow anticipated in November 2019.

A few THEF members are scheduled to take the Board of Governors Exam and advance to Fellow in the last weeks of December, and we look forward to congratulating them in the new year!

ACHE is the nation’s leading professional society for healthcare leaders. Fellow status represents achievement of the highest standard of professional development. Only 9,200 healthcare executives hold this distinction. To obtain Fellow status, candidates must fulfill multiple requirements, including passing a comprehensive examination, meeting academic and experiential criteria, earning continuing education credits and demonstrating professional/community involvement. Fellows are also committed to ongoing professional development and undergo recertification every three years.

For more information regarding the FACHE credential and how you can achieve this professional distinction, please reference the THEF Advance to Fellow webpage at http://thefnc.ache.org/members/advance-to-fellow/ for informational resources and to contact the Fellowship Advancement Committee for additional guidance.


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