ChristianaCare leaders were named among the Most Influential Delawareans by The News Journal.
In the science and technology category, President and CEO Janice E. Nevin, M.D., MPH, was recognized for her exceptional leadership of ChristianaCare during the pandemic. ChristianaCare is Delaware’s leading health system and largest private employer.
Dr. Nevin is also nationally recognized for innovation in population health and her transformative vision for a health care system built on the values of love and excellence. With her leadership, ChristianaCare is centered on improving health outcomes, making high-quality care more accessible and lowering health care costs.
In the business category, The News Journal recognized ChristianaCare Board Chair Doneene Damon, Esq., in the business category. Damon is president of the Richards Layton & Finger law firm, co-chair of the firm’s business department and chair of the Corporate Trust and Agency Services Group. She sits on the board of Delaware’s public/private economic development organization.
In the non-profit category, The News Journal recognized Logan Herring, a member of ChristianaCare’s Board. He is CEO of REACH Riverside, overseeing the Purpose Built Community project. The project’s goal is to alleviate concentrated poverty and improve outcomes in one of the state’s poorest neighborhoods through mixed income housing and social services.
Also in the non-profit category, The News Journal named Lolita Lopez, vice chair ChristianaCare’s Health Services Board. Lopez is president and CEO of Westside Family Healthcare, the largest community health system Delaware, providing primary care services in low-income neighborhoods. She also serves on Gov. John Carney’s pandemic resurgence advisory committee.
Subscribers to The News Journal can view the entire list here: Delaware Online: Most Influential Delawareans.