NAHSE-WMAC Corporate Sponsorship Brochure 2022

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NAHSE-WMAC

CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP brochure The National Association of Health Services Executives – Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter (NAHSE-WMAC) is a vibrant and active Chapter, recognized nationally for a longstanding tradition of contributing significantly to the ongoing professional development of healthcare leaders. As outlined in our Mission, NAHSE-WMAC strives to improve the health status, economic opportunities and educational advancement of the communities we serve.


Dear Corporate Partner

NAHSE-WMAC

WMAC

Founded in 1968, the National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) is a nonprofit membership organization that is dedicated to promoting and advancing the development of Black health care leaders. Through our work, our goal is to ensure members are active participants in the design, direction, and delivery of healthcare for all people. The NAHSE - Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter (NAHSE-WMAC) offers an array of programming designed to advance the mission. We offer members a variety of chapter activities including professional and educational programs, mentorship opportunities, networking events, and high-profile community service programs. Given the state of the nation, the relevance of the NAHSE mission has been amplified. Currently, a national dialogue is underway about systemic racism and how it shows up in various settings, we are amid a worldwide pandemic that is ever-evolving – all while many of us must continue our efforts to address the well-known realities of healthcare for the underserved that have plagued communities long before these conversations were on the front of our phone and computer screens. During this moment of inflection, NAHSE and similar organizations have the unique opportunity to serve as incubators for thought leadership to drive the improvement of healthcare delivery for all. As we continue to strengthen our work to support the development and advancement of healthcare leaders, our relationship with corporate partners has never been more imperative. NAHSE-WMAC invites your organization to join us in partnership as a Corporate Sponsor. The benefits of our corporate sponsorship program include, but are not limited to, strategic exposure and engagement with a network of some of the most talented and diverse healthcare leaders in the region, contribution to programming activities and recognition events, and recognition of your organization on our website, program brochures, press releases, and social media platforms. Additionally, partnership and sponsorship support diversity and inclusion efforts throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan region, and advances quality in leadership, career advancement, and the elimination of health disparities through increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Please review this sponsorship booklet to learn more about our dynamic organization. As a follow-up, one of our Strategic Partnership liaisons will contact you within the next few weeks to discuss this opportunity. In the meantime, feel free to contact me at phylicia.cross@nahse-wmac.com if you have any immediate questions about this opportunity. On behalf of the Executive Board, I am deeply appreciative of your support and your commitment to the NAHSE mission.

In partnership, Phylicia Cross, MPH President


NAHSE Proud Recognized globally as the premier professional membership society for Blacks in health care management.

Our Heritage NAHSE places its origin as far back as the early 1930’s, when a group of black health executives formed what was then called the National Hospital Association (NHA), an affiliate of the National Medical Association (NMA). In 1936, a meeting of all “Negro hospital executives” was called and held at Lincoln Hospital in Durham, NC. At that meeting, the NHA was renamed the National Conference of Hospital Administration (NCHA). Dr. Albert W. Dent was named Chairman and Mr. John Procope was named Secretary-Treasurer. After several changes in leadership, the Conference’s activities were limited to one informal meeting held in conjunction with the annual AHA meeting. In 1968, NAHSE was formed and Mr. Everett W. Fox was named the first President. Since its inception, National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) has sponsored and participated in local and national programs designed to improve quality, access, and availability of health services and to expand educational opportunities in the field of health services administration. NAHSE has a proud heritage, one we celebrate each year at our National Educational Conference.


Together, we can improve the health status, economic opportunities and educational advancement of minority and underserved communities. NAHSE-WMAC provides: Professional Programs & Workshops Educational Programs Mentoring Scholarships Community Service Projects Networking Opportunities


Recognized as the 2016 and 2019 chapter of the year,

NAHSE-WMAC

about us

Since 1968, NAHSE has been dedicated to the advancement and development of Black healthcare leaders from students to senior executives. NAHSE-WMAC is known as the premier professional organization for Black healthcare professionals seeking educational, professional development, mentorship, networking, and scholarship opportunities. NAHSE-WMAC is recognized for curating a successful suite of programs and events including the Healthcare Leaders Awards Reception during the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Annual Legislative Conference, its Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament, and the Minority C-Suite Executive Roundtable coined as our signature events. In addition, the chapter has worked with several local universities to engage students in the Healthcare Innovation Case Competition where winners receive scholarships for their educational expenses. Our key priorities for this biennium (2022-2024) are to increase corporate partnerships and engagement with our organization to expand our reach and impact on healthcare professionals, enhance our value proposition to current and prospective organization members through the development of new programs and initiatives that match the needs of our growing and diverse membership, solidifying our public policy and advocacy position as it relates to the mission of NAHSE to promote the advancement and development of Black health care leaders and elevate the quality of health care services rendered to minority and underserved communities. Lastly, NAHSE-WMAC strives to grow its current scholarship fund and increase the number of scholarship funds awarded to Black and minority healthcare students by 50% over the next two years.


Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter Executive Board President

Phylicia Cross, MPH

Corporate Manager, Provider Network Communications AmeriHealth Caritas Washington, DC

Student Committee Chair

Christopher King, Ph.D., FACHE

Chair, Department of Health Systems Administration Georgetown University Washington, DC

President-elect

Justin Wright, MHA, CLSSGB

Strategic Partnerships Chair

Dhmir Grant, MHA, PMP

Administrative Director, MedStar Medical Group MedStar Health Washington, DC

Operations Lead, The Prenatal Pediatrics Institute Children’s National Hospital Washington, DC

Treasurer

Mentoring Committee Co-Chair

Population Health Manager Baltimore City Fire Department Baltimore, MD

Director of Strategy and Business Development Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU Richmond, VA

Secretary

Mentoring Committee Co-Chair

Performance Improvement Manager MedStar Health Washington, DC

Manager, Disease Management CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Community Health Plan Washington, DC

Membership Chair

Immediate Past President

Antonio Brown, Jr., MPH

Ashley Davis, MPH

Andrea Lowe, MHA, PA-C

Director, AAPA Employer Strategy American Academy of PAs Alexandria, VA

Conrad Simmons, MHA

Cha’Bria Carter, MPH

Dione Dillard, MSHA

Mid-Atlantic Director of Operations Cigna Maryland and Virginia


Sponsorship Opportunities SPONSORSHIP LEVEL

PRESIDENTIAL

PLATINUM

GOLD

SILVER

CONTRIBUTION

$10,000

$7,500

$5,000

$2,500

COMPLIMENTARY CHAPTER MEMBERSHIPS

4

2

2

1

COMPLIMENTARY PASSES FOR ALL "SIGNATURE" CHAPTER EVENTS

8

6

4

2

NAME AND LOGO ON ALL EVENT SIGNAGE, BROCHURES, AND ADVERTISEMENT MATERIALS. THE SIZE AND LOCATION OF THE NAME AND LOGO VARY DEPENDING ON THE SPONSORSHIP LEVEL SPEAKING OPPORTUNITY (3 MINUTES) DURING EVENTS AND PROGRAMS. VERBAL ACKNOWLEDGMENT AND RECOGNITION DURING ALL EVENTS AND PROGRAMS EXHIBITOR’S TABLE AT ALL EVENTS, IF DESIRED ORGANIZATION LEAFLET (PROVIDED BY YOU) INCLUDED IN WELCOME PACKETS TO ALL ATTENDEES NAME AND LOGO PRINTED ON NAHSE WEBSITE AND SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS (FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, AND LINKEDIN)

Signature Events • • • •

HEALTHCARE LEADERS RECEPTION MINORITY C-SUITE EXECUTIVE ROUNDTABLE ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP GOLF TOURNAMENT CORPORATE PARTNERS EXECUTIVE MIXER


Event Descriptions


Mentoring Program

In 2021, NAHSE-WMAC launched its first mentoring program. The NAHSE-WMAC Mentoring Program was developed to provide an organized resource for minority healthcare leaders to coach and guide each other in the field of healthcare. It's designed to provide a vehicle for minorities to efficiently participate in the design, direction, and delivery of quality health care to all people. The second cohort of the mentoring program launched in April 2022.

Community Service Projects

By partnering with organizations with shared values, community service projects advance social conditions that promote health and wellbeing. Activities foster a sense of community and team building throughout the membership. NAHSE-WMAC’s community service activities include food and clothes drives, Adopt-a-Highway cleanup efforts, supporting Comfort Closets to support local students and their families with necessities, and providing personal protective equipment and meals to essential healthcare workers.


Corporate Partners Breakfast

Provides a platform for NAHSE-WMAC sponsors to engage in strategic discussions, networking, and marketing opportunities.

C-Suite Executive Roundtable

Designed for information exchange, networking, and exploration, the C-Suite Executive Roundtable attracts nearly 200 attendees who represent diverse sectors of the healthcare ecosystem. Within the context of a rapidly changing world, featured panelists provide perspectives on an assortment of topical issues including but not limited to emerging trends in practice, workforce development, and innovation. This “Signature” event is designed to sharpen participants’ technical and leadership skills while advancing progress in the industry.


Healthcare Innovation Case Competition Inspired by TEDx and Shark Tank, the Healthcare Innovation Case Competition allows undergraduate and graduate health administration students to apply theory to practice in an executive setting. Through a formal application process, students pitch a bright idea that will advance how care is organized, delivered, or financed. Experienced executives offer constructive feedback on content, presentation style, applicability, and scalability. Winning innovations from prior competitions include: Lola – Your Virtual Social Worker – a one-stop-shop application that can address specific social determinants of health and offer patients a personalized health care experience from your mobile device; and CURA Systems- a tracking software which integrates seamlessly with existing technologies to monitor Emergency Department abuse and direct “frequent flyers” to the appropriate resources, reducing overall healthcare costs for both the consumer and hospital.

Healthcare Leaders Awards Reception Recognized as a “Signature” event, the Healthcare Leaders Awards Reception recognizes the contributions of some of the nation’s most accomplished and esteemed healthcare executives. Notable awardees include: Sister Carol Keehan – President & Chief Executive Officer Catholic Health Association of the United States; Dennis W. Pullin – President & Chief Executive Officer Virtua Health System; Dr. LaQuandra Nesbitt – Director of the District of Columbia Department of Health; Dr. Norvell V. Coots – President & Chief Executive Officer Holy Cross Health, Maryland Region of Trinity Health; K. Singh Taneja – Chief Operating Officer St. Elizabeth Hospital; Deborah Addo – Chief Executive Officer INOVA Loudoun Hospital Senior Vice President; Terry Forde – President & Chief Executive Officer Adventist Healthcare; Antoinette Waller – Chief Executive Officer The Leverage Network; Skip Spriggs – President & Chief Executive Officer The Executive Leadership Council; Roslyn Brock – Chairman Emeritus of the NAACP National Board of Directors Vice-President of Advocacy & Government Relations Bon Secours Health System, Inc,; Rawle Andrews, Jr – Regional Vice President AARP – Mega Region; Vivian W. Pinn – Founding Director (Retired) Office of Research on Women’s Health National Institutes of Health, Senior Scientist Emerita, National Institutes of Health; George A. Jones – Chief Executive Officer Bread for the City; Patricia Cloonan, Dean Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies. This event is held during the Annual Legislative Conference – Congressional Black Caucus.


During this moment of inflection, NAHSE and similar organizations have the unique opportunity to serve as incubators for thought leadership to drive the improvement of healthcare delivery for all. Phylicia Cross, MPH NAHSE-WMAC President


Maternal & Reproductive Health Panel & Roundtable

The District of Columbia has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the country. In collaboration with The Links, Inc. and Healthy Lifestyles Initiatives, the Maternal Health Panel & Roundtable features a dynamic panel of medical, federal, and state government professionals in maternal health. The event is a vehicle for disseminating information, building the capacity to address risk factors, and improving Black women’s experiences with medical providers.

Young Executives/Early Careerist Initiatives

Activities that target working professionals who recently graduated or have up to five years of work experience. Through social networking mixers and educational events, young professionals establish a vibrant and robust community. The activities also support career development, mentoring, and technical skill acquisition.


NAHSE-WMAC Advisory Board Members Dione Dillard Deon Norals Lisa Mallory Al Campbell Marva Jo Camp Jerome Weems Major Lewis Stephen Peeler Phylicia Cross


Partnership Acceptance Form

NAHSE-WMAC

WMAC

Partner Name: Partner Address: Partner Website: Credit Card Number: Address: Expiration:

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Partnership Level: Email:

Phone:

Sponsorship Options: (Please select one) Presidential: $10,000

Platinum: $7.500

Gold : $5,000

Silver: $2,500

For additional information, please contact the Strategic Partnership Chair at strategicpartnerships@nahse-wmac.com or visit our website at www.nahse-wmac.com. Make Checks Payable to: National Association of Health Services Executives - WMAC Mail to: National Association of Health Services Executives – WMAC c/o Phylicia Cross PO Box 823, Alexandria, VA 22313


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HEALTH SERVICES EXECUTIVES WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA CHAPTER PO Box 823 Alexandria, VA 22313 www.nahse-wmac.com