Executive Vice President, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Foundation
Why did you decide to join Johns Hopkins Medicine?
I wanted to make a difference in transforming pediatric health care in Florida and the country, and I knew that by leading the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Foundation I had the opportunity to make that happen.
Why have you decided to stay at Johns Hopkins Medicine?
I am inspired by the mission, my fellow colleagues and staff.
Leaders like to see other leaders emerge. We will see you if you step out and help you on your path.
Please tell us about how you reached your leadership position.
I have been in my field for 22 years and had the good fortune of being around good leaders who gave me opportunity and noticed my strengths and skills. My current position is a result of that evolution.
Which of your accomplishments are you most proud of at Johns Hopkins Medicine?
I am most proud of the team that I have recruited and coach and learn from each day and some of the transformational gifts that we are raising to help with our academic transformation.
What advice would you give a woman who is aspiring to grow in her leadership responsibilities?
You possess ideas and skills that you likely undervalue. Speak up. Say things that are on your mind that you think will help move your area ahead, or will clarify confusion, or will get a project moving. Leaders like to see other leaders emerge. We will see you if you step out and help you on your path.