Piedmont Healthcare’s Michele Molden wins Woman in Healthcare Leadership Award | HBA

Piedmont Healthcare’s Michele Molden wins Woman in Healthcare Leadership Award

The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) Atlanta chapter presents its annual healthcare leadership award to the local woman leader who exemplifies strong and innovative leadership

December 5—Tonight at the Buckhead Club, the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Associated Atlanta chapter presented its top annual leadership award to Michele M. Molden, chief transformation officer and executive vice president at Piedmont Healthcare.

The runner up in the prestigious award was Finalist Kathy Harris, SVP corporate development at Sharecare. Other nominees included Stephanie Hunter-Banks, associate director of PharmD; Jody Russell, JD, director of human resources at UCB Inc.; Mary Smith, sales director at Quest Diagnostics; and Elizabeth P. Warland, VP, sales at Purgenix.

“These amazing leaders exemplify how to provide innovation, professional development and guidance in dynamic times in our industry,” says Sharon Lynne Baldwin, HBA Atlanta chapter president.

“It is an honor to be recognized by the HBA and having my friends, colleagues, and daughters with me to receive the award was priceless. I am also fortunate the work for an organization – Piedmont Healthcare – that supports my personal and professional commitment to women in leadership,” says Michele Molden.

Photos of the event are posted right here. To get involved in HBA locally and meet leaders like these, join us at our next chapter event. The chapter event calendar is located here.

Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association/Atlanta Chapter
The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) is now in its 4th decade (1977-2007) as a global not-for-profit organization dedicated to furthering the advancement of women in healthcare worldwide. The HBA Atlanta chapter is recognized as a chapter of excellence and numbers over 150 committed healthcare leaders. The HBA provides national educational opportunities for women and men to develop cutting edge healthcare industry knowledge and leadership skills; recognizes outstanding women and men in the industry; provides opportunities for networking; creates greater visibility for women in the industry; fosters mentoring relationships, and serves as a conduit and sponsor for research on career advancement issues. The HBA has nearly 6,000 individual members and 120 Corporate Partners. It is widely recognized as the catalyst for the leadership development of women in healthcare worldwide.