Leadership 2022 For Board Leaders & Executive Teams
July 20 - 21, 2022 JW Marriott Nashville, TN

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2022 Sponsors

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Meet Our Speakers

Inspirational Resilience Speaker, Storyteller, Entrepreneur, Executive Coach and Celebrated Artist
Chairman of the Board, inReach Health
CEO, Wooster Community Hospital Health System
CFO, Wooster Community Hospital Health System
President & CEO, Gritman Medical Center
Healthcare Industry Leader and Innovator
Former President, Thomas Jefferson University & CEO, Jefferson Health
Chief Executive Officer, QHR Health
Chief Operating Officer. QHR Health
Chief Compliance Officer and Vice President, Compliance, QHR Health
Senior Vice President, QHR Health
Vice President, Strategy, QHR Health
Senior Vice President, QHR Health
Senior Vice President, Clinical Solutions, QHR Health
Senior Vice President, QHR Health
Senior Vice President, QHR Health
Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President, Strategy, QHR Health
Physician Services, QHR Health


The Gulch

Just south of downtown lies this once-abandoned industrial area that’s undergone an urban revitalization in recent years sparking an intoxicating new energy. The exceedingly walkable LEED-certified community is teeming with boutique hotels, high-rise condos, instagrammable murals, shops, live music venues, breweries, and diverse culinary offerings spanning everything from biscuits and Nashville Hot Chicken to Detroit-style pizza, traditional ramen, and Indian food.

12 South

A half-mile stretch along 12th Avenue South called the 12South neighborhood with a vintage clothing store on one end, a gourmet restaurant on the other, and many unique Nashville businesses in between. One of the most walkable neighborhoods in Nashville, 12South is a shopping and dining destination full of restaurants, coffee houses, bakeries, bars, and boutiques featuring local designers and makers.

Green Hills

Considered one of the most desirable areas to live in Nashville, Green Hills is an affluent suburban enclave known for upscale brands and boutiques. Hidden within an inconspicuous strip mall is the famed Bluebird Cafe, home to both established and up-and-coming songwriters.

Music Row/Demonbreun/Edgehill

This neighborhood is considered the heart of Nashville’s entertainment industry. Nestled within homes and buildings are the recording studios from which your favorite songs came to be. Including everything from Elvis Presley’s “How Great Thou Art” (recorded at Historic RCA Studio B) to Foo Fighters’ “Congregation” (recorded at Southern Ground Nashville).


Named for the European immigrants who first settled here in the mid-19th century, Germantown is a historic community on the National Register of Historic Places located just a few blocks northwest of downtown Nashville. The area is home to the Tennessee State Museum and Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, local boutiques and many of Nashville’s most critically-acclaimed restaurants making it a culinary destination in its own right.


Sandwiched between downtown, Music Row, West End and Hillsboro Village is Midtown, an area adjacent to the prestigious Vanderbilt University. Here, students, music industry folks and business executives converge with visitors in the neighborhood’s many chef-driven restaurants and bustling bars. Its walkability, multitude of hotel options and proximity to both downtown and other unique neighborhoods make it an exceptionally convenient area to stay in Nashville.


The south side of downtown Nashville’s Broadway is called SoBro. Unlike its neighbor North of Broadway up the hill, this area is known for all things new – the city’s sprawling convention center, live music venues, major hotel brands, boutique properties, restaurants, bars, and even the just under 16-year-old Schermerhorn Symphony Center designed to look like it’s been there for decades.

West End

The epicenter of West End is Centennial Park, one of Nashville’s premier urban parks located adjacent to Vanderbilt University and home to a full-scale replica of the Greek Parthenon. Just up the way is Elliston Place where some of the city’s most storied rock clubs can be located – hence the microneighborhood’s “Elliston Place Rock Block” nickname – as well as several eclectic dining options. Further south down West End is Belle Meade, a wealthy residential community known for its stately homes including two historic properties that can be toured by visitors: Belle Meade Plantation and Cheekwood Estate & Gardens.

East Nashville

Located across the Cumberland River from downtown Nashville is the stomping ground of Nashville’s creative class, attracted to the area’s culturally-diverse and eclectic vibe and historic homes dating back to the early 1900s. In the early aughts, East Nashville helped put Nashville on the map as a culinary destination with beloved restaurants like Margot Cafe & Bar and Marche Artisan Foods, a reputation the neighborhood maintains today. Locals frequent the many dive bars, craft cocktail joints, coffee shops, and vintage stores sprinkled throughout the neighborhood.