Advocate Leaders recognized by Diversity MBA
Rishi Sikka, MD, senior vice president, clinical transformation, Advocate Health Care, Amy Logue, Ph.D., vice president, human resources, Advocate Health Care, Dayla Randolph, Ph.D., vice president, human resources, Advocate South Suburban Hospital/Advocate Trinity Hospital, and Melissa O’Neil, MS, vice president, human resources, ACL Labs/Advocate Sherman Hospital have been named to the 2014 Top 100 under 50 Executive Leader list by Diversity MBA magazine.
The honorees were nominated by C-suite executives and directors and have demonstrated outstanding achievement in the workplace and community. Selection criteria include scope of responsibility, civic achievement and advanced education and degrees.
“These Advocate leaders have proven themselves to be committed and successful leaders in our organization and in their communities,” said Kevin Brady, senior vice president, human resources and chief human resources officer, Advocate Health Care. “They have earned this prestigious recognition, and we are very proud of them and their accomplishments.”
Diversity MBA works with Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs and non-profit agencies to compile a highly selective list of executive and emerging leaders to be considered from all industries.
The winners and newest members of the Top 100 under 50 exclusive clubs will be featured in the 2014 fall issue of Diversity MBA and recognized at the magazine’s annual conference on September 16 at the Double Tree by Hilton in Oak Brook, Ill.
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About Advocate Health Care
Advocate Health Care, named among the nation’s Top 5 large health systems based on quality by Truven Analytics, is the largest health system in Illinois and one of the largest health care providers in the Midwest. Advocate operates more than 250 sites of care, including 12 hospitals that encompass 11 acute care hospitals, the state’s largest integrated children’s network, five Level I trauma centers (the state’s highest designation in trauma care), three Level II trauma centers, one of the area’s largest home health care companies and one of the region’s largest medical groups. Advocate Health Care trains more primary care physicians and residents at its four teaching hospitals than any other health system in the state. As a not-for-profit, mission-based health system affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the United Church of Christ, Advocate contributed $661 million in charitable care and services to communities across Chicagoland and Central Illinois in 2013.