Wednesday May 10, 2023
Women in Healthcare Leadership (Panel Discussion)
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 | 11:00 a.m. CT (12:00 p.m. ET)
Special Webinar for NATIONAL WOMEN’S HEALTH CARE MONTH
Join us for a thought-provoking discussion featuring women in healthcare leadership. Our panel of experienced and successful women will share their personal journeys, lessons learned and insights to tackle the workforce challenges and opportunities of the future. The goal of this discussion is to inspire and empower women to advance in leadership roles and drive innovation and change in healthcare.
- Identify and learn how to address biases and barriers to gender diversity in healthcare leadership.
- Understand the impact of cultural and societal factors on women’s leadership in healthcare.
- Learn to negotiate and navigate workplace dynamics to advance in leadership positions.
ASHHRA Member: FREE
ASHHRA Non-member: $25.00
1 (CHHR, ACHE Fellowship*, HRCI, SHRM) for live webinar attendees.
*By attending the Women in Healthcare Leadership (Panel Discussion) webinar offered by ASHHRA, participants may earn up to 1 ACHE Qualified Education hour toward initial certification or recertification of the Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) designation.
Chief Equity Officer
Tiffany Capeles is a nationally recognized transformative servant leader with expertise in developing and implementing operational strategies to drive positive business results. She combines her specialization with a passion for population health to help communities realize health equity, improve access to care and ultimately improve the health of her community.
As Chief Equity Officer of Intermountain Health, Capeles leads Intermountain’s efforts to expand health equity, diversity, and inclusion for caregivers and patients in communities throughout the organization’s seven-state footprint. Before joining Intermountain, she served as the System Director of Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at Christus Health. She led the organization in receiving numerous national awards, designations, and recognition in the area of equity. In 2021, Capeles earned the career achievement award from the National Association of Latino Healthcare Executives. She also received the 2019 Tomorrow’s Leaders Award from the Catholic Healthcare Association
April Hansen, MSN, RN
Group President, Workforce Solutions
April Hansen is a nurse and senior executive at Aya Healthcare, the nation’s largest healthcare staffing and talent software company in the US. She has led Aya through hypergrowth, overseeing the contingent workforce strategy and quality outcomes for the company’s ,45,000+ clinical workers on assignment across the United States. Hansen was recently nominated to participate in the Nurse Staffing Think Tank, an initiative launched by Partners for Nurse Staffing, and continues to serve on the Nurse Staffing Task April is passionate about improving the clinician experience and solving workforce challenges. She is a sought-after TEDx speaker speaking at conferences nationwide, and has been featured in The New York Times, CBS, Forbes, Washington Post, and more.
Dr. Tiffany Love
Associate Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, University of Vermont Health Network Porter Medical Center
Founder, Love Leadership Foundation
Dr. Tiffany Love, founder of the Love Leadership Foundation, is an award-winning keynote speaker and C-suite executive with more than 30 years of healthcare experience. She is a Fellow and former Regent of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), an Adult and Gerontological Nurse Practitioner, as well as a certified Public Leader through the Harvard Kennedy School. She also serves as coordinator, nurse planner and guest faculty member for Harvard Medical School’s CME course, Career Advancement and Leadership Skills for Women in Healthcare and as an Advisory Council member for the Harvard Business Review. Additionally, Dr. Love is an Advisory Board Member for Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society’s Center for Excellence in Nursing Education and an advisor for their Nurse Leadership Academy for Practice. She is currently Associate Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer at the University of Vermont Health Network Porter Medical Center, after previously serving eight years in various roles at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Local Investigations Fellow
The New York Times
Shalina Chatlani is a local investigations fellow with The New York Times for its inaugural class of fellows. Shalina is based out of Jackson, Mississippi and is investigating healthcare issues in the state for the year. Prior to that, Shalina was a healthcare reporter for The Gulf States Newsroom, a partnership between NPR and NPR stations in the Gulf South. Shalina also worked at local NPR stations in San Diego and Nashville, TN covering healthcare and science.