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Nashville Health Care Council Announces Promotions of Abby Banks and Kim Burge
NASHVILLE, Tenn., November 10, 2023 – The Nashville Health Care Council is proud to announce the well-deserved promotions of two exceptional professionals. Abby Banks has been promoted to the role of manager, strategic initiatives and events, while Kim Burge assumes the position of senior director, strategic initiatives and operations.
Abby Banks has been an integral part of the Council’s team. With her promotion to manager, strategic initiatives and events, she will take charge of the execution and management of all Council events, including the highly regarded Leadership Health Care (LHC) activities. Abby’s dedication, organizational skills, and a track record of delivering successful events have earned her this well-deserved promotion.
Kim Burge, another standout member of the Council staff, has been promoted to senior director, strategic initiatives and operations. In this new role, Kim’s responsibilities have expanded to include overseeing logistical execution and budget management for all Council and Council initiative events. Furthermore, she will play a pivotal role in developing and managing the event sponsorship platform for the Council, Fellows, and LHC.
These promotions are a testament to Abby and Kim’s outstanding contributions and unwavering commitment to the Nashville Health Care Council. Their dedication, expertise, and passion have been invaluable assets to the organization’s mission and success.
“The Nashville Health Care Council is thrilled to announce the promotions of Abby Banks and Kim Burge. Both individuals have consistently demonstrated exceptional leadership and dedication to the Council’s mission, and we are confident that they will continue to excel in their new roles,” said Apryl Childs-Potter, president at the Nashville Health Care Council.
About the Nashville Health Care Council
The Nashville Health Care Council strengthens and elevates Nashville as The Healthcare City. With a $68 billion economic impact and 333,000 jobs locally, Nashville’s healthcare ecosystem is a world-class healthcare hub. Founded in 1995, the Council serves as the common ground for the city’s vibrant healthcare cluster. The Council offers engagement opportunities where the industry’s most influential executives come together to exchange ideas, share solutions, build businesses and grow leaders.
For more information on the Council, please visit www.healthcarecouncil.com.
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