Posts in category: Alumni Spotlights

Bill Considine ’71 recipient of the Donald R. Newkirk award

Congratulations to Bill, president of Akron Children’s Hospital, for receiving the Donald R. Newkirk Award for “an individual who has made a significant lifetime contribution to the health care field in Ohio.”  Click here to learn more.

Dr. Catherine Zavatsky Baumgardner ’86

  Dr. Catherine Baumgardner, MHA, FACHE was recently elected Treasurer of The Ohio State University Alumni Association Board of Directors. Catherine has been an active member of the BOD for the past two year, having served on the Finance Committee, chaired the Investment Committee, and co-chaired the Planning Committee. Dr. B has been an active…

Kiefer Jundt ’17

Congratulations to Kiefer who recently graduated in May with a MHA degree and recently became the  Analytics Consultant at UW Health.  Kiefer shares how the MHA program at OSU prepared him for the next step. “The MHA program at Ohio State gave me the puzzle pieces of finance, operations, and strategy, among others, that I…

My Next Reinvention

By Paula Silverman ’16 ‘As you read, you’ll notice how this post is written with a personal tone, as if it were a journal entry into my private thoughts. That’s because it is – this is adapted from weeks and months of personal thoughts as I begin my journey south – to a new job,…

Lee Hilling

Lee Hilling, MHA ’74 publishes “A Place of Miracles”

Lee Hilling graduated from Ohio State in 1974 with a Master of Health Administration degree. Since 1991, he has gone on to do extensive work abroad. Hilling has traveled, lived, and worked in Pakistan, France, East Africa, and Afghanistan.  Currently he is the residing chairman of the French Medical Institute for Children. The FMIC works…

Bill Considine

Bill Considine, MHA ’71 featured in OSUAA Magazine

William Considine, a member of Ohio State’s first MHA graduating class, discusses the career path that led him to becoming the longest-serving children’s hospital CEO in the country. Read the entire article here.