Sutter Health Female Leaders Honored in Annual Business Journal Publications
Posted on May 2, 2016 in We're Awesome
The San Francisco Business Times (SFBT) recently released its annual “Most Influential Women in the Bay Area Business 2016,” publication, celebrating female business leaders across many industries. This edition recognized several Sutter Health leaders including, Sarah Krevans, president and CEO of Sutter Health, Elizabeth Vilardo, M.D., CEO of Sutter Health’s Palo Alto Medical Foundation and Julie Petrini, CEO of Sutter Health’s Bay Area Hospitals.
In addition, SFBT saluted distinguished alumni from their Influential Women recognition in their inaugural “Influential Honor Roll” edition of exceptional leaders. Anne Barr, CIO for Sutter Health’s Bay Area, Toni Brayer, M.D., CEO of Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation and Susan Day, M.D., director of ophthalmology, Sutter Health’s California Pacific Medical Center, received recognition.
Sacramento Business Journal also recently honored 17 high-powered women for the invaluable contributions they’ve made to their companies, professions and communities. Keri Thomas, director of community and government relations for Sutter Health’s Valley Area, achieved this honor.
Congratulations to all!
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