Volume XIV Number 3 Early Fall 2018
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Letter from HLNDV President, Chris Fraser, MBA, FACHE
Dear Healthcare Leaders,

I hope that you all have enjoyed this summer and that the transition into your new fall routine will be a positive one. I’m personally looking forward to the weather and the traditions that the season brings.

Earlier this summer, our HLNDV Board of Directors conducted our annual planning meeting to update our multi-year strategic plan for 2018 to 2020 and focus on innovative strategies to support our mission. A few of the members of our Board will also be traveling to the ACHE Chapter Leaders Conference in Chicago in the next few weeks, and will bring back strategies to further support our efforts to provide value to you as chapter members. We plan to share more details about these efforts at our upcoming Annual Meeting.

As always, we have many excellent events that will occur this fall. Our HLNDV Annual Meeting will be hosted by KPMG during the evening of October 2. The event will outline chapter highlights and goals, include the presentation of the HLNDV Administrative Achievement Award and ACHE Service Awards, as well as a focused discussion on leading transformation in healthcare. In November, we will offer a great learning opportunity for those exploring their career path. And, later this fall, we will present our 11 th annual Lee White Innovation Institute. For more information on these and other events, please visit our HLNDV website .

Finally, I would like to encourage you to take the opportunity to lead by getting involved with a volunteer effort. HLNDV offers many great community service activities throughout the year, as well as the option to join a committee that supports our efforts. Please see our Events page on our website for service opportunities, or, contact our Volunteer Coordinator if you would like to get involved with one of our committees.

Thank you!

Chris Fraser, MBA, FACHE
President, HLDNV
Director of Operations/Corporate Compliance Officer, Westside Family Healthcare
 Administrative Director, the Breast Center Christiana Care Health System
Co-Chair, Events and Education Committee

Lola Osawe recently traveled to Geneva to study with representatives from the World Health Organization. Please visit Reflective Learning Journal for excerpts from her chronicles of an enlightening & experience.
Mia Gonzales Dean,MBA, MS PT, FACHE
Senior Director, Sodexo Healthcare – Business Development

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