Maggie Gill is the President and the CEO of Memorial Health—an academic healthcare organizaton. It is located in Savannah, Georgia. The medical center is comprised of six-hundred four beds. MUMC serves a patient population in South Carolina and Southeastern Georgia. Ms. Gill came on board with the hospital back in 2004. She was initially the healthcare center’s Vice President of Managed Care and Finance.
She received a promotion to the institution’s COO (Chief Operating Officer) a year later. Gill assumed the role of Memorial Health’s President and CEO in 2011.
Maggie worked within the Tenet South Florida Health System, as its CFO, for a five year period. She did so—prior to her coming on board at the Savannah, Georgia based—Memorial Health. While working for Tenet, Maggie worked at the Coral Gables Hospital in Coral Gables, Florida; the North Shore Medical Center in Miami, Florida, and Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah, Florida.
Maggie’s educational background consists of a Bachelor’s degree from Florida State University and an MBA from Saint Leo University. She completed “Strategic Thinking and Managerial” courses at the Wharton School of Business.
Maggie oversees the areas of Trauma Services, Facilities Management and Corporate Communications; Financial Aid, Perioperative Services, The Heart and Vascular Institute, Neuroscience and Orthopedic Programs; and the Memorial Health University Physicians (MHUP). She provides leadership as it pertains to MUMC’s Internal Audit function, and is instrumental in the on-going relationships with governmental entities and Memorial’s physicians.
Maggie Gill has a great deal on her plate—as many may see it. However, Maggie’s levels of academic achievement and excellence, combined with her leadership abilities, ring true with her success ratio. She enjoys challenge and is on the side of her clientele, as well as her team, in delivering the optimum of healthcare service to Memorial Health’s populace.
Maggie Gill is one CEO and President who is well-acknowledged and well-deserving of all the accolades and praise she receives. She is a CEO with a commitment to success, within the healthcare industry, she so agreeably serves.
Over time, technology and fashion industries have undergone rapid changes. However, the two have constantly grown together. As technology becomes fashionable, fashion becomes technologically fashionable. How fashion and technology industries grow together is an interesting journey. According to Chris Burch, the past and present reflect what lies ahead in the coming years.
In the 70s, boom box would be used for carrying around favourite tunes and stations. It had two cassette decks where one could play music while the other one records. Going into the 80s, its use was substituted by a more personalized music experience. The invention of the Walkman in the early 90s replaced the use of boom box. A decade later, iPod brought a more personalized music experience as it was easy to carry around. As such, technology changes with the popularity of what people regards as fashionable.
Today, fashion retailers delight in developing what people consider fashionable. Through technology, fashion designers can spot trends in the fashion industry. Looking towards the future, lifestyle will advance with the growth of technology. Although it may not be fashionable to wear safety gear, Teresa Alstin and Anna Haupt have created Airbag for Crisis to replace the use bike protection.
Technology and fashion may assist each other to gain popularity. For example, only a few people accepted the wearing of glasses until recently. From a computer geek’s view point, wearing Google Glass may be intriguing due to the stigma. However, Diane Von, a top fashion designer transcends the stigma by encouraging her models to wear glasses while on the catwalk. As a result, fashion shows tend to popularize technology; therefore, accepting the use of Google Glass should bring a similar effect. In light to this, technology relies upon the world of fashion to advance.
About Chris Burch
Chris Burch is a serial entrepreneur who boasts of nearly 40 years of experience in investment and entrepreneurship. He is Burch Creative Capital’s founder and chief executive officer. In many ways, Burch Creative Capital reflects Burch’s vision for new markets and entrepreneurial values. Burch is a serial entrepreneur behind the success of nearly 50 companies. With an extensive experience in international and direct sourcing as well as an intuitive understanding of customer behavior, Burch has built an excellent reputation. Through Burch Creative Capital, Chris Burch supports the development of lifestyle and consumer products brands such as organic food, apparel, and home furniture.
People like Keith Mann are the types of people that if they can do something and something is within their reach, they are going to go out and do it. They are not big on excuses. That is why he is proud of his work at Dynamics Search Partners. Anything in life worth having does not come easy and is not handed to someone. They have to go out of their way to earn it the old fashioned way. That is the way of the world now and that is a good thing. He sees a lot of that can-do spirit in the young adults of today and the youth.
Keith Mann knows they want a better life and they have the skills to get it done and accomplish it. Sometimes all they need is a little guidance and a little help. A lot of people are very prideful and there is nothing wrong with being prideful, but it can sometimes get in the way of the bigger picture which is education. That means a great deal to Keith Mann with his work with The Uncommon School Districts. In fact, he looks for young adults that are uncommon. He knows they have the talent, the desire, and the will to succeed.
They do not rest on their laurels and they do not just settle in their lives. They are willing to push themselves. That is what motivates him to run fundraisers at the Standard Hotel Beer Garden, which ended up raising over twenty-two thousand dollars. This is money that is well spent and there is a lot of planning that goes into this. It is not easy to get everyone together and set up an event like this. For Keith Mann, though, he knows it is worth it and he would do it as many times as possible if he could. As stated, if he can do it, he will.
He is not an individual that is just going to shrug his shoulders and say “Oh well.” He is not built that way and he does not operate that way on any level.
When Mirna Therapeutic appointed Dr. Clay Siegall to its board of directors recently, many observers interpreted this as a strategic move. This is because Dr. Siegall has had a long and illustrious career in the biotechnology industry. His experience will help Mirna Therapeutics to advance its operations to new markets. He will serve the firm’s board in the capacity of an outside director.
Seattle Genetics Co-Founder Appointed to Board of Directors for Mirna Therapeutics Inc.
Mirna Therapeutics is a pharmaceutical company based in Austin, Texas. It was formed in 2007 and mainly focuses on the advancement of microRNA therapies, which are used in cancer treatment. Dr. Siegall is widely experienced in this field. While announcing the appointment, Mirna Therapeutics’ president and CEO, Dr. Paul Lammers expressed his excitement with the prospect of working with a trusted and renowned industry leader. He further stated that Mirna is delighted to have Siegall on its board.
Dr. Siegall in Brief
Clay Siegall is a prominent biotechnologist who is mainly involved in cancer research. He is synonymous with the formation of Seattle Genetics. He serves as the firm’s president and CEO The firm was founded in 1998 with the purpose of advancing world-class cancer therapies. It similarly focuses on the development and commercialization of innovative and legal anti-body based cancer therapies.
The direction given by Siegall and the board has seen the firm’s products gaining global prominence. Its first commercially available product ADCETRIS, is used in over 70 countries. Dr. Siegall is a graduate of the University of Maryland, and the George Washington University. He had a successful career in the field of medical research, which culminated in him publishing more than 70 research papers and books.
Before Seattle Genetics was formed, Siegall was a distinguished employee at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute, the National Institute of Health, and the National Cancer Institute where he developed an interest in the field of cancer research. As Seattle Genetics’ CEO, he has pioneered the adoption of MMNAE and PB- based technologies. This has gone a long way in helping the firm to advance high quality products. He is credited with sourcing for funds that facilitated the construction of a million-dollar research facility in Washington where Seattle Genetics is based.