The Executive Leadership Committee is a group of area professionals and volunteers who support the mission of LLS through fundraising initiatives and expanding corporate partnerships. They are leaders and advocates for the Light The Night Walk. The Tri-State Chapter has an Executive Leadership Committee in both the Cincinnati and Dayton markets. The group begins meeting in March, and meets monthly during the Walk Season, hosting a Corporate Recruitment Breakfast in May, to gain new corporate support for Light The Night. If you are interested in learning more about what it takes to be part of the Cincinnati or Dayton Executive Leadership Committee, please contact Dawn Berryman in Cincinnati at (513) 698-2431, and Cris Peterson in Dayton at (937) 469-6404.
2018 Cincinnati Corporate Walk Chair and Executive Leadership Commitee
Corporate Walk Chair
Market President and CEO, Central Market and Chief Nursing Officer
Mercy Health - Cincinnati
Pat Davis-Hagens is president, CEO and central market leader for Mercy Health - Cincinnati, as well as its chief nursing officer (CNO). As a market leader, Ms. Davis-Hagens is responsible for driving the strategic vision for quality, service and growth across region’s central communities, in alignment with Mercy Health’s Accountable Care Organization model. This includes the development and execution of our integrated network of patient-centered care through The Jewish Hospital – Mercy Health, Rookwood Medical Center/Emergency Department, ancillary facilities and physician practices. Ms. Davis-Hagens joined Mercy Health in 2006. Most recently she served as operations executive for Mercy Health – The Heart Institute and chief nursing officer and chief operating officer for Mercy Health – Fairfield Hospital. She had responsibility for the nursing division and emergency, surgical, rehabilitation and pharmacy services. Prior to joining Mercy Health, Ms. Davis-Hagens spent 20 years with Provena Covenant Medical Center in Illinois as CNO, COO, vice president of patient care services/CNE, director of community care services, director of surgical services and nurse manager. She began her career with Boston City Hospital in a variety of leadership roles. Ms. Davis-Hagens holds an MBA from Plymouth State college in New Hampshire, a Bachelor’s degree from Salem State College in Massachusetts, an A.S. in nursing from Northeastern University in Boston and a diploma from the Department of Health and Hospitals School of Practical Nursing in Boston. Ms. Hagen-Davis is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American Organization of Nurse Executives.
Executive Leadership Committee:
Yousuf Ahmad, AssureCare, Inc.
Samantha Brown, Fifth Third Bank
Melissa Campbell, The Jewish Hospital
Christine Carleton, Truepoint Wealth Counsel
Roni Christopher, Premier, Inc.
Chris Conlan, Corporate Consciousness
Michelle Daniels, Comey & Shepherd
Jim Essell, M.D., Oncology Hematology Care, Inc. (OHC)
Mike McCollough, TRAK Group
2018 Dayton Corporate Walk Chair and Executive Leadership Commitee
Corporate Walk Chair
Chief Operating Officer
Kettering Medical Center
Anita Adams-Jenkins joined Kettering Medical Center as the new Chief Operating Officer, effective October 19, 2015. In this role, she oversees the operations of Nursing, Quality Department, Infection Control, Patient Experience, Kettering Breast Evaluation Centers, along with Clinical Services, which includes Cardiac, Ancillary, Imaging, Ortho & Rehab, Nuclear Medicine/PET, and Cardio-Pulmonary. Anita is the Kettering Health Network Executive Sponsor for the Cardiovascular and Ortho Service Lines along with the Network Executive Leader for Imaging Services.
No stranger to Dayton, Anita has been a leader in the region since 2003. Anita served as the Vice President of Operations at Good Samaritan Hospital and System Vice President of Respiratory Care for Premier Health, providing operation oversight at Good Samaritan Hospital and Good Samaritan North Health Center for 9 years and lead a 37 million expansion project.
She started her career as a Respiratory Therapist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and also practiced in Huntsville, Alabama. Her leadership roles began while practicing in Danville, Virginia.
Anita is very active in the community, serving on a number of boards including the Chair for the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women event in 2015; Chair of the 2017 Miami Valley March of Dimes March for Babies Walk; member of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Executive Leader Team Committee in 2017/2018; and is a member of the Culture Works Board. She is a member of the Kettering College & Sinclair Respiratory Advisory Board.
Anita has an MBA from Walden University, a Bachelors in Business Administration from Averett University, and is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Anita is married to Kevin Jenkins and together they have 5 children. Anita is a pianist and classically trained in vocal performance and has a deep passion for her faith and family.
Jenny Bozue, WesBanco
Lisa Couture, Edge Webware, Inc.
Kevin Cozart, Messer Construction
Eric Davis, Messer Construction
Rick Dodds, Soin Medical Center
Terry Egan, Flagel Huber & Flagel
Marshall Esler, Esler & Vander Schaaf
Donnie Hill, Precision Manufacturing
Carly Lindstrom, March McClennan Insurance
John McCollough, Innomark
Amanda McMullen, Walgreens
Bob Reynolds, Brady Ware
Deanette Sisson, Kettering Medical Center
Janelle West, QMark, Inc.