Women of the Chamber Luncheon 8/21/18
Women of the Chamber Luncheon Series
Today women’s health is taking on a higher position in society and people are realizing that while women have some of the same health issues as men, they can affect women differently. From wellness exams on a regular basis to making healthy choices day-to-day, this Women of the Chamber Luncheon with Carilion Clinic President & CEO Nancy Howell Agee will empower women to put their health first at every age.Location: Hidden Valley Country Club
Date: Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Registration/Lunch: 11:30 a.m.
Program: Noon - 1:00 p.m.
Cost: $25/member, $35/non-member
*Pre-registration with payment is required. Early registration is highly recommended as seating is limited. Nonattendance does not alleviate balance due.
About Nancy Howell Agee
Nancy Howell Agee is the president and CEO of Carilion Clinic, a not-for-profit health care organization with a comprehensive network of primary and specialty physician practices, hospitals, and other services serving nearly 1 million Virginians.
Ms. Agee served as executive vice president and chief operating officer before becoming the CEO. During her tenure as COO, she co-led Carilion’s reorganization into a patient-centered, physician-led clinic and developing a joint-ventured medical school and research institute with Virginia Tech.
Ms. Agee is recognized nationally as a health care leader and is a member of several boards including the American Hospital Association, where she is chair-elect. She is a former member of The Joint Commission’s Board of Commissioners and past chair of the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association and the Virginia Center for Health Innovation.
Reflecting her life-long passion for higher education, Ms. Agee serves on the boards of the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, the Virginia Business Higher Education Council and the Virginia Tech Foundation. She is a former member of the Board of Visitors for Radford University, appointed by the governor of Virginia.
Ms. Agee also serves on the boards of several publicly traded companies, including Roanoke Gas, HomeTown Bank and Healthcare Realty. She also served on the Taubman Museum of Art board and is Director Emeritus of Mill Mountain Theatre.
Ms. Agee has received numerous honors throughout her career and is especially proud to have been recognized with the Paladin Award, Carilion’s highest honor for quality and patient safety. She was named one of Modern Healthcare’s top 25 women in health care in 2017 and one of 100 most influential people in health care in 2016 and 2017.