BROOKFIELD, WI – March 20, 2013 – Jill Schwieters, President of Pinstripe Healthcare, the leader in recruitment process outsourcing for the healthcare industry, will moderate a panel of healthcare human resource industry experts on the topic of Creating a Culture Conducive to Innovation and Innovative Talent at the Women Business Leaders (WBL) of the U.S. Health Care Industry Foundation and WBL’s 12th Annual Summit . Panelists include Pinstripe client partners Corry Ioli, Executive Director, Talent Management & Talent Acquisition at Boehringer Ingelheim and Debbie Walkenhorst Regional Vice President, Human Resources at SSM Health Care - St. Louis. Also on the panel is Mary Jo Burfeind, Vice President, Human Resources, Talent Development & Organizational Effectiveness for Health Care Service Corporation.
During the panel, the moderator and panelists will share insights into their innovative talent practices addressing questions such as: How are they retaining the best talent during such a tumultuous time for the health care industry? How are they keeping their talent motivated at a time when we are all being asked to do more with less? Finally, what role does culture play?
The WBL Summit will be a gathering of more than 180 Board members, CEOs, and other senior executive women from the $2 trillion health care industry. The three day event will help these senior leaders study ways to innovate the business of health care, as they compete to stay at the cutting edge in an industry under intense pressure and undergoing tremendous change. The Summit also focuses on increasing visibility for senior executive women from the health care industry for board of director positions with companies across the entire U.S. economy.
Pinstripe Healthcare is also proud to be an annual sponsor of the The Summit.
For more information about Pinstripe Healthcare’s presence at People in Health Care 2013, or to inquire about having Jill Schwieters speak at your event, please contact Kristen Wright at (262) 754-5340.
The Women Business Leaders of the U.S. Health Care Industry Foundation™ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to address the unmet needs of the senior executive women of the U.S. health care industry. There are over 3,000 senior executive women and women board members in the WBL network. The goal of the invitation-only WBL network is to help these senior executive women in the health care industry improve their businesses and continue to grow professionally, such as through corporate board opportunities. The WBL Foundation also serves as a resource to companies and search firms seeking board members. In addition to its Summits, WBL holds a variety of other programming and networking opportunities, including receptions at major health care industry conferences and educational events. For more information about the WBL Foundation, visit wbl.org or follow WBL on Twitter at @wblfoundation. For more information about the WBL organization contact Eleanor Whitley at email@example.com.