PWH® is built upon a strong history of women leaders in the healthcare supply chain industry who continue to create a platform for progressive leadership and mentoring for the next generation.
Empowering Women to Lead and Succeed
The Word ‘bias’ has a negative connotation yet is not inherently bad. Problems arise when it translates into false assumptions about others and impact our decision-making. We all deal with biases – our own and others. This webinar can be a tool that brings awareness of our unconscious biases that we might become more socially and culturally inclusive. In this webinar, you will understand the evolving healthcare landscape and how it will impact your organization.
About the Speaker:
Danni Green, PhD
Founder & Chief Strategy Officer
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.