February 10, 2011

Foundation participates in Leadership Columbia Health and Human Services Class Day

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina was asked to participate on a panel for Leadership Columbia Health and Human Services Class Day on February 8, 2011. In addition to the foundation, other Sisters of Charity Health System ministries, including Healthy Learners and Providence Hospitals, as well as foundation grantees were present during the day.

For more than 30 years, Leadership Columbia, a program sponsored by the Columbia Chamber of Commerce, has helped existing and emerging leaders better understand how our community works, build relationships with the region’s current and future leaders and become inspired to focus talents in a way that best serves the community.

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Brooke Bailey, director of communications and public policy for the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, facilitates a local hospital executives panel comprised of Lexington Medical Center Vice President Roger Sipe, Palmetto Health Richland Senior Medical Director Dr. Ellis M. Knight and Providence Hospitals President & CEO George Zara.

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