05 Dec Good Health & Good Leadership: A Panel Discussion hosted by Kaiser Permanente
December 05, 2019
Good Health & Good Leadership:
A Panel Discussion hosted by Kaiser Permanente
Many people in leadership roles struggle to make health a priority and often put others first while sacrificing their own well-being. In fact, a recent study noted that only 23% of organizations said leaders are role models for prioritizing health and work/life balance*—but committing to a healthy workplace culture requires leaders to set the example.
Join us for a discussion and interactive experience to explore the connection between good health and good leadership and building a culture of well-being. Our esteemed panel of industry leaders will share their personal experiences and self-care practices.
Open to women and men at any professional level. Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served.
Thursday, December 5, 2019
5:30 pm Doors Open for registration and networking
6:00 pm Program Begins
Executive Inn & Suites
Oakland, CA 94606
Free onsite parking
$49; free to PBWC members
Dr. Archana Dubey
has worked over the last 20 years as a physician, advisor and entrepreneur, currently serving as the Global Medical Director for HP, clinical strategist for the health and wellness program of their global employees and families. She founded and hosts HP’s Invent Health series, furthering innovation in healthcare. With her several years of work in Corporate Health at large self-insured companies like Google, Tesla, HP, and HPE, she is regarded as an industry expert and is frequently invited as a speaker and board member, advisor and mentor to several digital Health companies. Dr. Dubey trained in Internal Medicine and Family Medicine from Columbia University and USC respectively.
is the Northern California Region Vice President and Regional Compliance Officer for the Regional Compliance, Ethics & Integrity Office (RCO) and Chief Equity, Inclusion & Diversity Officer. She is responsible for establishing retention and promoting programs to increase the diversity of the employee and leadership population. In collaboration with Human Resources, she develops methods to celebrate diversity, e.g., share learning from the medical centers, ensure annual recognition events, health/employment fairs, scholarships, etc. with financial oversight and direction to the multicultural associations. Diane has an extensive background in compliance, internal audit, finance, and healthcare revenue cycle operations and currently serves as a member of the Health Care Compliance Association and Healthcare Finance Management Association.
is Vice President and Deputy Controller in the Corporate Controller’s Department. Ryan oversees the Program Offices Financial Reporting function, Technical Accounting, National Accounting Policies and provides leadership over Statutory Accounting and reporting process and key regulatory filings including the quarterly and annual Department of Managed Health Care reports and Medical Loss Ratio filings. Ryan attended Harvard’s Executive Leadership Program (ELP) in 2017 and is very active in mentoring, inclusiveness efforts and leadership programs with Kaiser Permanente. He is a board member for Linkage Inc.’s Women in Leadership Program. Ryan is a Certified Public Accountant, a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Illinois Certified Public Accountancy Society.
is the Director of Diversity & Inclusion for Sony Interactive Entertainment where she is responsible for creating an inclusive, engaged, collaborative employee culture. She is a Diversity & Inclusion thought leader and strategist who has extensive years of experience in D&I strategy development and implementation, business partnering, client services management, program management, and learning solution design & delivery for notable companies such as Home Depot, Gillette Corporation, Wal-Mart, CarMax Superstores, Sara Lee Corporation, the City of New York, Genentech and now Sony Interactive Entertainment. Tiffany is from New Iberia, Louisiana (home of the Tabasco sauce) and now lives in Oakland, CA with her husband and four daughters.
Ije-Enu Udeze Nwosu
currently serves as the Executive Director of Impact Spending at Kaiser Permanente. In her role, she leads the Total Health Spend Optimization program of the Buy to Pay Shared Service. With a focus on bolstering local and national spend in Kaiser Permanente communities with the highest needs, Ije has oversight of national supplier diversity, environmentally preferable purchasing and economic impact. She also leads KP POWER, the initiative she spearheaded to amplify gender-focused activities that attract, retain and equitably advance women at Kaiser Permanente. Born in the UK. Raised in California. Daughter of Nigeria. As a global child, Ije is a natural connector. Whether its connecting people to people, purpose or causes, she is living her best life when she is working with others to unleash their super power and unapologetically live life to the fullest.