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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

Upcoming Events

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    • 07/01/2021
    • 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM (EDT)
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    July 1, 2021  |  4 PM ET

    Join us for the New Member Touchpoint as your introduction to PWH®. You will learn about the beginning of PWH® from founding members, discover key ways to engage with others in PWH®, and get all your questions answered. This is meant to be an interactive session and an opportunity to network with other new members of PWH®.

    • 07/13/2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
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    July 13, 2021 |  1 PM ET

    Barbara is going to talk about her latest book, Rewire for Wealth, where she's woven together neuroscience, psychology, spirituality and personal finance to create a radically different formula to train your mind to rewire your brain for wealth, well-being…and really, whatever else you want. But this formula is about far more than money. It’s about how much power you have to create the life of your dreams. She will cover:

    • How the mind and brain work together to create/change your financial reality
    • The difference between women and men’s brains (& why that matters)
    • 3 powerful steps to train your mind to create the wealth & well-being you desire and deserve

    About the Speaker:


    Barbara Huson

    Barbara Huson (previously known as Barbara Stanny), is the leading authority on women, wealth and power. As a bestselling author, financial therapist, teacher & wealth coach, Barbara has helped millions take charge of their finances and their lives.    

    Barbara's background in business, her years as a journalist, her Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology, her extensive research, and her personal experience with money give her a unique perspective and makes her the foremost expert on empowering women to live up to their financial and personal potential. 

    Barbara is the author of 7 books, her most recent, Rewire for Wealth, was published in 2021. 

    You can learn more about Barbara and her work at  www.Barbara-Huson.com

    • 07/15/2021
    • 5:30 PM - 6:15 PM (EDT)
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    July 15, 2021  |  5:30 PM  ET

    Grab your favorite cocktail or mocktail and lets chat virtually. Every Cocktail Hour Chat will feature a different topic, so take a look at the schedule and don’t forget to register for each session that piques your interest.  This is meant to be an interactive session and an opportunity to network with other members of PWH®.

    • 08/24/2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
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    August 24, 2021 |  1 PM ET

    Join Vicky Lyle, Chair of PWH, as she leads a discussion with Shana Neal, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer of Owens & Minor and Judy Johnson, PhD, Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness Practice and Executive Coach at Aspirant about the importance of women empowering and supporting other women. We will discuss:

    • Breaking down the perception of women competing
    • Tips and tricks for supporting women
    • The importance of taking risks
    • Executive Coaching

    About the Speakers:


    Vicky Lyle (Moderator)
    Owens & Minor

    Vicky is the Vice President of Industry Associations at Owens & Minor, where she leads the Company’s involvement with industry and trade organizations worldwide. She currently serves on the executive board for Professional Women in Healthcare (PWH) as the Chair for the 2021 and 2022 term. She also serves on the board of Healthcare Supplier Diversity Alliance (HSDA) and serves on the Council of Supplier Diversity for Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA). Vicky has been with Owens & Minor for 30 years, contributing business and technical expertise across all facets of the supply chain.

    Most recently, she served as Operating Vice President, Service Line Strategy, where she was responsible for the development of the inventory solutions platform along with service line operations, implementation and support.

    In her time with the Company, she has led several strategic cross-functional projects, including business acquisitions, distribution center strategy, and the creation of Owens & Minor’s Third Party Logistics (3PL) service offering.

    Vicky holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Averett University, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.


    Shana Neal
    Owens & Minor

    Shana joined Owens & Minor in March 2018 as Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer and became an Executive Vice President in February 2020.

    A global Human Resources executive who specializes in leading organizational growth and transformation, she has developed a proven track record of success in change management, performance management, executive coaching, and building and executing growth strategies.

    Shana previously worked for Becton Dickinson (BD), a $17B global medical device & technology company, in a variety of senior leadership roles across both the medical and life sciences segments, eventually rising to the role of Senior Vice President, Human Resources. Additionally, she successfully led the organization and talent integration for (Bard and CareFusion) the two largest acquisitions in BD’s history.

    Shana holds an M.A. in Human Resources Development from Clemson University and is a graduate of Columbia University’s Executive Education Program in Strategic Impact.


    Judy Johnson, PhD
    Aspirant

    Judy is the Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness Practice at Aspirant. Judy partners with executives and leadership teams to engage and inspire employees in a way that delivers sustainable strategic results. She brings deep expertise and creative ideas to solve organizational effectiveness issues and closely collaborates in a way that builds internal capabilities. Judy has spent over 25 years consulting in a variety of industries, bringing her expertise in behavior to a wide range of organizational issues including organizational behavior change, leadership, change management, culture and engagement.

    Judy holds an M.A. in Industrial / Organizational Psychology from Western Michigan University and a PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis from Western Michigan University.

    • 10/06/2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
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    October 6, 2021 |  1 PM ET

    Have you ever stopped to think about the total cost associated with running a meeting?  How about a poorly run one?  Meetings are an important communication and collaboration tool.  However, if not run effectively they are a productivity drain. 

    Time is our most precious resource. So, training everyone on best practices around meeting management is critical.  Help everyone understand what tools should be used and when they are most critical.  

    Join us to learn best practices on how to run a highly effective meeting.   

    Learning Objectives:

    • Learn what should be done before, during and after a meeting to ensure the entire process is streamlined and efficient for all involved.
    • Learn the importance of defining the meeting objective and roles so that everyone is on the same page and understands why they are there.
    • Learn how to leverage Microsoft 365 apps to drive efficiency and improve accountability.

    About the Speaker:


    Jan Lehman

    Jan Lehman started CTC Productivity to help organizations minimize waste.  Wasted time, talent and technology. For over a decade, Jan and her team have helped thousands of clients nationwide to work smart and do more - dramatically improving profitability, employee engagement, and job satisfaction.  CTC has a proven track record of delivering results.

    As a Fortune 500 technology executive, Jan created and led highly effective teams that delivered structure and process by streamlining business processes and automating workflows.  Today she works with leaders to leverage insights, strategies and solutions to minimize waste and create a culture of productivity throughout their organizations.

    An international speaker, Jan serves on the Board of Directors for The National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals and is currently writing her first book.  She shares her passion for efficiency in her local community by helping non-profit organizations leverage productivity strategies to improve program effectiveness.

    To learn more about CTC Productivity, visit ctcproductivity.com.

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