Young Leaders Advisory Council

YLAC Annual Meeting 2016

Picture are (l-r) Jack Soos, YLAC executive committee member; Adam F. Borgida, MD, chief, Obstetrics and Gynecology; Elizabeth Deckers, MD, medical director, Labor and  Delivery; Janice Cousino, RN, nurse director, Women’s Health and Ambulatory Care Services; Sue Ekwall, RN, unit leader, Labor and Delivery; Brendan Perkins, YLAC executive committee member; Ryan Burns, YLAC executive committee member; Erin Concepción, chair, YLAC; Katie Carges, YLAC executive committee member; Julie Daly Meehan, chair, YLAC Events Committee; Alice Vautour, YLAC executive committee member; Isa Squicciarini, chair, YLAC membership committee; Peter Murphy, YLAC executive committee member; Meghan Bianco, Hartford Hospital YLAC liaison. - See more at: https://giving.harthosp.org/young-leaders-advisory-council/event-highlights#sthash.lEsSf11w.dpuf
Picture are (l-r) Jack Soos, YLAC executive committee member; Adam F. Borgida, MD, chief, Obstetrics and Gynecology; Elizabeth Deckers, MD, medical director, Labor and  Delivery; Janice Cousino, RN, nurse director, Women’s Health and Ambulatory Care Services; Sue Ekwall, RN, unit leader, Labor and Delivery; Brendan Perkins, YLAC executive committee member; Ryan Burns, YLAC executive committee member; Erin Concepción, chair, YLAC; Katie Carges, YLAC executive committee member; Julie Daly Meehan, chair, YLAC Events Committee; Alice Vautour, YLAC executive committee member; Isa Squicciarini, chair, YLAC membership committee; Peter Murphy, YLAC executive committee member; Meghan Bianco, Hartford Hospital YLAC liaison. - See more at: https://giving.harthosp.org/young-leaders-advisory-council/event-highlights#sthash.lEsSf11w.dpuf

Supporting Hartford Hospital programs is part of the mission of the Young Leaders Advisory Council (YLAC).

Emerging Leaders

Hartford Hospital's Young Leaders Advisory Council is a group of early- to mid-career professionals in the Hartford region who serve as ambassadors of the hospital. They strive to educate an upcoming generation about Hartford Hospital's innovative programs and services, as well as involve and cultivate emerging community leaders with an affinity for the hospital. Our members come from a wide range of industries, including the nonprofit sector, insurance, finance, law, health care, and others. The benefits of being a member of the Young Leaders Advisory Council include opportunities to:

  • Educate the community about Hartford Hospital's innovative programs and services and the healthcare system as a whole;
  • Involve and cultivate a new generation of community leaders to inspire a culture of philanthropy of giving both time and money; and
  • Engage young professionals in the region in networking, professional development, educational, and fund-raising opportunities.

A personal philanthropic annual commitment of $50 is suggested to be a member of the Young Leaders Advisory Council. To become a member of this dynamic council and support today, click the "Join Now" button on the left.

 

 

 

 

 

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