Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity in partnership with the Center for Leadership and Entrepreneurial Innovation host an evening with Nancy Agee.
Nancy Agee is the President and CEO of Carilion Clinic, a not-for-profit integrated health care system headquartered in Roanoke, serving southwest Virginia. Prior to her current position, Agee served Carilion as Executive Vice President and COO, where she co-led the transformation from a collection of hospitals to a fully integrated, patient centered, physician-lead organization. Part of this transformation included a public/private partnership with Virginia Tech to create an allopathic medical school and research institute. Agee has directly impacted Carilion’s changing the economic landscape of the Roanoke Valley from a rail town to a leader in health science.
Agee is a nationally recognized leader in healthcare, and is the immediate past chair of the American Hospital Association. Among Agee’s many awards, rankings and board memberships, she was named one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare Magazine for the past three years and one of The Top 25 Women in Healthcare by the same origination.
Agee received her undergraduate degree from University of Virginia and her graduate degree from Emory University with post graduate studies at the Kellogg School of Business, Northwestern University. She received honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from both Roanoke College and Jefferson College of Health Sciences.
About the Sponsors:
Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity in conjunction with the Center for Leadership and Entrepreneurial Innovation established an endowed annual lecture series on Leadership in 2015. In addition to the lecture, the endowed series presents scholarship funds to current Roanoke College students’ who demonstrate strong leadership.
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