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Messages from our Chapter Leaders
President's Message
Juliana Briscoe, MHA, MPH

Hello members,

I feel honored in writing my first message as your Utah Healthcare Executives President. I’ve been involved with Utah Healthcare Executives (UHE) for the past 6 years volunteering with the education committee before moving into the President-Elect role. It has been a rewarding opportunity to serve and meet new leaders. What I have experienced over the years is that UHE’s success is truly a team effort. We have 12 committees led by incredible leaders across Utah. Our committees range from Networking, Mentorship, Diversity and Inclusion to our newest committee focused on Sponsorship. One of my goals is to increase opportunities for you to learn more about our committees and their leaders throughout the year. I would also invite you to join a committee!

I am excited to announce that we plan to host more in-person events this year. As a member, you should be receiving emails for upcoming education, networking and mentoring events. Please email Jasmine Juarez at if you are not currently on the mailing list. All events will also be posted on . We look forward to seeing and engaging with you!

Lastly, I would like to thank you for your membership. We wouldn’t be UHE without your commitment to furthering your career development in healthcare administration. Please let me know if you have any feedback, ideas, interest in volunteering etc. I am here to listen, learn and help drive UHE forward as we continue to develop the very best healthcare leaders in Utah.

With much gratitude,

Juliana Briscoe

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