PHI CEO Dr. Mary Pittman Named Top 25 Women Leader Luminary by Modern Healthcare

In February 2023, PHI President and CEO Dr. Mary A. Pittman was recognized by Modern Healthcare as a “Woman Leaders in Healthcare Luminary,” joining other women executives who are making healthcare and public health organizations more vibrant, financially viable, better at providing patient care and for providing mentorship and sponsorship to the next generation of leaders.

Dr. Pittman was selected for her leadership at PHI, and her lifelong commitment working across sectors to foster cross-sector solutions to pressing public health inequities.

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Take time to find your passion. The big problems that tug at your heart and mind to find solutions are what you should be looking for in your career pathway. Mary A. Pittman

PHI President and CEO

The Top 25 Women Leaders’ Luminary Award was created to honor women who have made outstanding, sustained contributions to healthcare. They are perennial members of the Top 25 list and have a proven track record in developing policy, leading change, guiding healthcare delivery improvement across the country and advancing the careers of other prospective leaders.

The profiles of all honorees are available on Modern Healthcare.

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