Success as an Early Careerist – A Virtual Panel Discussion
Wednesday, November 11
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
What does it take to be successful as an early careerist? CTAHE’s panel of former winners of the Connecticut Regent Early Careerist Award come together in this exciting and insightful discussion to share their stories of career success and advice for the next generation of healthcare leaders!
Program Learning Objectives:
-Creating dialogue to explore the career paths of CTAHE’s early careerist award recipients and understand how they are navigating through the beginnings of their careers.
-Sharing of valuable information and strategies that have been beneficial to trajectory as well as lessons learned.
-An excitement of opportunities in healthcare leadership and an exploration of one’s own career goals.
This program will be approved for 1.0 hour of ACHE Qualified Education
Meet Our Panelists:
Fred Boateng, MHA, is the Administrator, Ancillary and Support Services of Lawrence and Memorial Healthcare, L+M Healthcare, an affiliate of Yale New Haven Health, includes Lawrence and Memorial Hospital in New London, Connecticut, Westerly Hospital in Westerly, Rhode Island and the VNA of South Eastern Connecticut. His oversight spans over the Outpatient Rehabilitation Services, Wound Care program, Telephone Operations, Reception, Patient Transport Services, and Environmental Services Department at L+M Healthcare. Fred is a member of Lawrence and Memorial Healthcare’s Environmental Sustainability Committee, Diversity and Inclusion Council, and the Yale New Haven Health Wellness Engagement & Leadership Development committee. Prior to his current role as Administrator, Ancillary and Support Services at YNHHS, Fred served as manager, cardiovascular services at Hartford HealthCare (HHCMG).
He is a Board member of the Connecticut Association of Healthcare Executives and serves as CTAHE’s Education Network Co – Chair. In 2019, Fred was the recipient of the ACHE Regent’s Award for Early Careerist of the year. Fred also serves on the Board of the National Association of Health Services Executives – Connecticut where he assumes position of board chair and immediate past president. Under Fred’s presidency with the National Association of Health Services Executives CT, the chapter received numerous accolades including national recognition for program of the year in 2019.
Fred holds a Bachelor Degree in Public Health from Southern Connecticut State University and Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from University of New Haven.
Tiffany Morrissey, MPH, MA, currently serves as the Physician Liaison at Bristol Health Medical Group. Prior to that role she spearheaded the development of a 60,000 square foot ambulatory medical care center for Bristol Health. She received her Masters of Arts in Public Policy and Master of Public Health from Stony Brook University.
A strong advocate for public health and women, Tiffany serves on the executive committee of advocacy for the Connecticut Public Health Association and co-chair of the women’s forum for the Connecticut Association of Healthcare Executives.
Tiffany Morrissey is honored to have been recognized as the 2018 recipient of the Connecticut Regent Early Careerist award and the Leadership/Mentorship award from the Connecticut Association of Healthcare Executives.
Tiffany resides in North Haven CT with her husband and children.
Oladayo Sule, MHA, MLS(ASCP)cm, has over 10 years of progressive healthcare experience and is well versed in clinical laboratory operations. Dayo is currently a manager in laboratory medicine responsible for all pre analytics at Hartford Hospital. Dayo serves as the Co-Chair of the Programs Committee of the Connecticut Association of Healthcare Executives (CTAHE).
Dayo is a veteran of the US Army.
Meet Our Moderator:
Denise J. Fiore, FACHE, is the Chief Operating Officer of Lawrence and Memorial Hospital, Senior Vice President of L+M Healthcare and Senior Vice President for Yale New Haven Health. L+M Healthcare, an affiliate of Yale New Haven Health, includes Lawrence and Memorial Hospital in New London, Connecticut, Westerly Hospital in Westerly, Rhode Island and the VNA of South Eastern Connecticut. She is responsible for directing, administering and coordinating the activities of L+M Healthcare in accordance with the goals and objectives established by the President and Board of Directors. Denise is a member of Yale New Haven Health’s Lean In Advisory Council, which is dedicated to the professional growth and development of women Leaders across the health system. Prior to her current role with L+M Healthcare, Denise held a number of leadership positions within Yale New Haven Hospital during her career, most recently as VP of Clinical Services. She is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves as the ACHE Regent for Connecticut. She serves on Quinnipiac University’s Health Affairs Board of Fellows, and the University’s Center for Women and Business Advisory Council. Denise also is a member of the University of New Haven School of Health Sciences Advisory Board. Denise is on the Board of the International Festival of Arts and Ideas in New Haven and serves as a member of the American Heart Association’s Circle of Red Leadership team for the Greater Hartford Go Red for Women Campaign.
In 2018 Denise received an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Quinnipiac University and was the Commencement Speaker for the undergraduate School of Health Sciences that year. In 2019, she was a recipient of the Veritas Award from the New Haven Chapter of Providence College.
Denise holds a Bachelor Degree and MBA from Quinnipiac University.