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Verizon is the 2013 DiversityMBA #1 Company for
Diversity Leadership
Posted on 31 August 2013.

Verizon on diversity: “We embrace diversity and personal development not only
because it’s the right thing to do, but also because it’s smart business.”

CSX Ranked 2 in 2013

Bank of America Ranked 3 in 2013

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey Ranked 4 in 2013

Accenture Ranked 5 in 2013

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Ranked 6 in 2013

Colgate-Palmolive Ranked 7 in 2013

Diageo North America Ranked 8 in 2013

American Airlines Ranked 9 in 2013
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Kaiser Permanente Leaders
Listed Among Diversity MBA
Magazine's Top 100 Under 50

Published: September 5, 2013
By Kaiser Permanente

Two Kaiser Permanente leaders have
been named to Diversity MBA Magazine's
Top 100 Under 50 Diverse Executive
Leaders list.

Susan Mullaney, MHA, vice president of
hospital operations in Oregon and
Washington, and John Vu, MHA, vice
president of strategy in Community
Benefit, Research and Health Policy,
were recognized by the publication in the
Executive Leaders category.

Diversity MBA Magazine, a quarterly
publication that aims to serve the needs
of multicultural professionals in corporate
America as well as business students
and entrepreneurs, will honor the Top
100 leaders in the publication's summer
2013 edition.

"Kaiser Permanente is proud to have two
of our leaders recognized for their
exceptional leadership as well as
personal commitment to community
service and organizational excellence,"
said Ronald Copeland, MD, FACS, chief
diversity and inclusion officer at Kaiser
Permanente. "We believe the value of
diversity is best realized through inclusive
leadership and practices that benefit
those we are privileged to serve."

Awardees will be honored at Diversity
MBA Magazine's sixth annual Business
Leaders Forum and Awards Gala. The
gala will be held Sept. 19-20 at the
Palmer House Hilton Hotel in Chicago.

More information about Kaiser
Permanente's honorees:

 Susan Mullaney, MHA Susan Mullaney
is vice president of hospital operations
for Kaiser Permanente in Oregon and
Washington, where she oversees
operations at two hospitals, its networks
and ambulatory surgery centers.
Mullaney began her career at Kaiser
Permanente as a hospital administrator
at the Sunnyside Medical Center near
Portland, Ore. in 2008. In 2009, she
oversaw the expansion of the facility and
opening of the Kaiser Permanente
Center for Heart and Vascular Care,
which has scored in the top 12 to 15
percent of all U.S. heart centers and has
earned a three-star rating – the highest
possible – for quality from the Society of
Thoracic Surgeons. Most recently,
Mullaney led the grand opening of the
Kaiser Permanente Westside Medical
Center in Hillsboro, Ore. The facility is
the organization's first to earn LEED Gold
certification for energy efficiency and
environmentally friendly design. Mullaney
has a master's degree in health care
policy and management from the
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
and completed an administrative
fellowship at University of Wisconsin
Hospital and Clinics. She is a graduate of
the Executive Leadership Program at
Harvard Business School.

 John Vu, MHA John Vu is vice
president, director of strategy and chief
of staff at Kaiser Permanente Community
Benefit, Research and Health Policy. Vu
is responsible for providing leadership in
the development and implementation of
key strategies to help deliver on Kaiser
Permanente's commitment to improving
the health of communities, especially
pertaining to broader determinants of
health. His focus is to ensure alignment
and integration of major priorities and
business plans across several functional
areas, including care and coverage
programs for low income people,
partnerships with safety net providers,
community health initiatives,
environmental stewardship, research,
health policy, diversity and international
programs. Vu has a master's of public
health from San Diego State University
and is also a graduate of the Executive
Leadership Program at Harvard Business

Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.
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