TriHealth Named ‘Top 10 Non-Profit Companies’ for Executive Women for 2015
March 03, 2015
March 3, 2015
Stefanie Newman, vice president and chief nursing officer for Bethesda North, is one of TriHealth's many female leaders.
The National Association of Female Executives (NAFE) named TriHealth as one of the “Top 10 Non-Profit Companies for Executive Women” for the seventh year in a row. For the second straight year, TriHealth was ranked number one in the country among non-profit applicants.
"Our success in delivering quality health care as a unified, integrated system is due in part to the direction provided by our diverse leadership team," said John Prout, President and Chief Executive Officer of TriHealth. “This honor is further recognition that TriHealth is a great place to work for all our diverse team members.”
Part of the recognition was based on having significant female representation in senior management roles. There are also a number of women holding director, manager and supervisor positions throughout TriHealth. About 85 percent of TriHealth team members are women. NAFE, founded in 1972, is one of the nation’s largest businesswomen’s associations and is part of Working Mother Media, publisher of Working Mother magazine. The NAFE Top Companies survey evaluates companies on every aspect of women’s advancement, including succession planning, profit and loss, roles, gender pay parity, support programs and work life balance programs.
TriHealth will be featured in NAFE magazine’s spring 2015 issue, which is distributed to NAFE members around the country and on NAFE.com.
Last Updated: March 03, 2015