• January 2017

    How to Forge Your Path Amid a Time of Change
    With a new year and a new president comes the potential for healthcare changes. Regardless of what comes down the pike, our experts, including Julie Silver, MD, discuss what women healthcare leaders can do to influence the industry shifts to come.
    Embrace the Forks in the Road of Your Career Journey
    For Avein Saaty-Tafoya, CEO of Adelante Healthcare in Phoenix, her career has been all about embracing the bumps in the road. Her story will change the way you look at career opportunities. 

    How Positivity Provides Fuel for Your Career
    Are you a pessimist, optimist, or realist? How do you know? Hilda Villaverde, PhD, looks at the benefits of positivity in our lives and careers, and provides an assessment tool to fine-tune your optimism level. 

    Giving Your 'Gifts' Away Can Help Define Your Purpose
    Lin Sue Cooney, director of community engagement for Hospice of the Valley in Phoenix, writes about how using her gifts to serve others led her to make a career transition from broadcast journalism to health care. 

    CFO Uses Caring and Compassion to Guide Her Career Journey
    Although she didn't start out working in health care, Sharp VP/CFO Kari Cornicelli was quickly drawn to the field because of the opportunity to use her financial skills in an environment in which caring and compassion are at the forefront of the business.

    Tidying Up Can Transform Your Life
    Kirk CEO Jennifer Erickson goes to war with clutter as she puts the valuable life skills she acquired from reading The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up into practice in her own home.

    Now is the Time to Scratch a Few Items off Your Bucket List
    Revenue cycle consultant Mary Lee DeCoster recounts the trip to Europe she took in her early 20s and how it shaped her worldview and prepared her for her career. She takes a hard look at why we should continue to tick items off our bucket lists. 

    Whether You Win or Lose, Don't Lose the Life Lesson
    HFMA Career Coach Joe Abel looks at the career wins and losses of Hall of Fame pitcher Cy Young, and how we can learn career lessons from Young's attitude about winning and losing. 

  • About HERe

    The HERe initiative is an effort that aims to inspire not only women but men invested in the professional development of women leaders in the health care field with the tools and resources they need to succeed. We hope to inspire one another, learn together, and connect with colleagues across the industry.

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