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Charlotte Networking Event: Diversity and Inclusion, What Does It Mean To You?

  • 01/21/2020
  • 6:00 PM
  • The Lodge at Ballantyne, 13015 Ballantyne Corporate Pl, Charlotte, NC 28277


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The Lodge at Ballantyne
January 21, 2020  |  6 PM ET

Join us for an impactful panel discussion on Diversity and Inclusion.  Lindsay Powers, Vice President for Organizational Development & HR Business Partners, Premier, will be moderating the panel featuring Kinneil Coltman, DHA, Senior Vice President, Chief Community & External Affairs Officer, Atrium Health, Camille Chang Gilmore, Vice President, Human Resources and Global Chief Diversity Officer, Boston ScientificDr. Danni Green, Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, SAGEsse Consulting and Chaun Powell, Group Vice President, Strategic Supplier Engagement, Premier. Our panelists will offer insight and share how Diversity and Inclusion have influenced their careers.

There will be dinner and an opportunity to expand your professional network. This event is open to women, men, members and non-members.    


Dr. Kinneil Coltman

Dr. Kinneil Coltman is the Senior Vice President, Chief Community & External Affairs Officer for Atrium Health, where she is responsible for developing a unified strategy to advance the well-being of communities Atrium Health serves by leveraging Atrium Health’s initiatives and programming to improve health access, address the social and environmental determinants of health, and advance health equity.  Prior to her current role, she had devoted her career to leading diversity and inclusion initiatives inside healthcare organizations, having most recently served as Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer for Atrium Health. With nearly 70,000 teammates and 13 million patient interactions each year, Atrium Health is one of the leading healthcare organizations in the Southeast and one of the most comprehensive, not-for-profit systems in the country.

Dr. Coltman holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Asheville, a Masters in Cross Cultural Studies from the University of Houston – Clear Lake, and a Doctorate of Health Administration from the Medical University of South Carolina. 

Dr. Coltman’s research interests include diversity in leadership and interventions to promote equity within healthcare systems, and she has lectured across the United States on these topics.

Camille Chang Gilmore

Camille Chang Gilmore is Vice President of Human Resources (HR) and Global Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) for Boston Scientific Corporation. In this role, Camille oversees health equity, community and diversity & inclusion strategies and programs for the company’s $9.0 billion global business, in over 130 countries, whereby their products treat approximately 30 million patients every year.

Diversity is a core value at Boston Scientific. As CDO, Camille drives diversity and inclusion, community and health equity strategies and programs across the organization that recognizes and values the unique talent, attributes and contributions of all employees.

Camille has more than 20 years of HR experience. Prior to joining the medical device industry in 2004, she held roles of increasing responsibility at Federal Express, Exxon Chemical Company, University of Illinois, IBM and the State of Oregon.

Camille is an active member of her community as well as the communities that Boston Scientific resides in. She serves on the board for the Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies (GTCYS); SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management) Foundation Board of Directors as well as a liaison to the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME) organization. Camille is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and was selected as one of Savoy Magazine’s 2016 Top Influential Women in Corporate America; The Network Journal’s 2018 Top 25 Black Women in Business; as well as 2019 and 2018 BLACK ENTERPRISE's Top Executives in Corporate Diversity.

Camille is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Dr. Danni Green

Dr. Danni Gladden-Green is a seasoned professional with significant achievements and expertise as a market strategist in both the entrepreneurial and corporate arenas. Leveraging a broad experiential skillset, she delivers success by driving the strategic planning process to achieve business and technological objectives. Her impact areas include corporate partnerships (public-private), disruptive growth strategies, as well as leadership and human capital cultivation.

As the founder of SAGEsse Consulting LLC, Dr. Danni consults in the areas of market strategy and business development. Her industry pedigree includes semiconductor, consumer electronics and healthcare with demonstrated success at Texas Instruments, Motorola-Freescale, Dell Computers and Owens & Minor. Additionally Dr. Danni serves on the board of varied professional and civic organizations across the United States. She finds a great deal of value in diversity of thought and advocates global-cultural inclusion.

Dr. Danni holds a B.S. in Physics from North Carolina A&T State University; a S.M. in electronic materials from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and a doctorate degree in electronic materials from North

Carolina State University. She furthered her studies at the McCombs School of Business’ executive M.B.A. program at the University of Texas. She is married to Minister Kelvin L. Green, Sr and together they have four children.

Chaun Powell

Chaun Powell is the Group Vice President of Strategic Supplier Engagement with 15 years of experience in sales, marketing, national accounts, business and corporate development, and GPO negotiation.
As the Group Vice President of Strategic Supplier Engagement at Premier, Powell is responsible for providing leadership, strategy and execution to supply chain services consisting of product planning, contract management, negotiation, field liaison and member engagement; leading strategic engagements and developing of business plans for all suppliers of the surgical services and med/surg distribution service lines; and positioning Premier, supply chain services and strategic supplier engagement with strategic suppliers, their expanded organizations, leadership and the overall healthcare industry.

Powell received his Bachelor of Science in business management from the Leeds School of Business at University of Colorado and his MBA from the Daniels College of Business at Denver University. In addition, Powell serves on the Philanthropy Committee for Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation.

Moderated by:

Lindsay Powers

Lindsay Powers is the Vice President for Organizational Development & HR Business Partners for Premier, Inc., a healthcare services company headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.  In her role, Lindsay leads the strategy development and execution for the Company’s talent management, learning & development and strategic HR business support. 

Over the past 15 years, Lindsay has established herself as a trusted advisor, thought partner, and leader within her space.  She has enthusiastically embraced the difference, similarities, and subtleties of organizations both large and small, private and public, from retail to healthcare, and has found the opportunities to all be the same. . .a desire to drive a high-performing culture, and a place that embraces and engages the talents of their teams effectively, driving positive business outcomes.  Lindsay is passionate about driving organizational effectiveness in an ever-evolving workforce through innovation and practical application.

Beyond the office, Lindsay is married with a son and two daughters, loves to travel and is seeking her second half marathon medal!

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