Together, the attendees considered the issues facing emerging healthcare leaders, and participated in breakout sessions to answer a range of important questions:
- What are the leadership skills necessary to successfully achieve impact?
- How do we think about disruption in health care from a global and a national perspective?
- What is the grassroots movement to redesign health care?
- What are some of the important and emerging themes?
Left: Master's student Niveen Elder introduces Michigan Public Health alumna Ellen Lukens, Division Director, Specialty Payment Models
"Healthcare is changing every day and the GLC Symposium provided me with the opportunity to hear from renowned professionals who are leading those changes. I was also able to connect with Michigan alumni and leaders who I sought great career advice from. For anyone looking for an opportunity to getting a pulse on the different dimensions of healthcare and engaging with leaders, the GLC Symposium is an event you won't want to miss!" - Niveen Elder, Master's Student in Health Management and Policy
"The GLC Symposium provides a unique opportunity for students to engage with Health Management and Policy alumni who are now change-agents and leaders in the industry. I was able to form authentic relationships and speak about my career goals with experienced healthcare leaders who were previously in my shoes. The GLC Symposium provided me with a space to ask questions, to connect, and to seek mentorship opportunities from alums who are always willing to contribute their time to support healthcare's future leaders." - Mary Figueroa, Master's Student in Health Management and Policy