Annual Mentor Recognition Luncheon
Friday, October 20, 2017 (11:30 am – 1:30 pm)
The Hilton Garden Inn
1001 W. President George Bush Hwy, Richardson, TX 75075
Tickets: $45.00 per person
“The Purpose, Passion, Power of Mentoring”
Virginia Rose-Harris, MBA, FACHE
Vice President for Strategic Planning and Business Development
Virginia Rose-Harris serves an Officer for Texas Health Resources and the Administrator of The Margot Perot Center for Women’s and Infants at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas Hospital and is responsible for the strategic development and operations of the service line. In addition, Virginia heads up the community outreach initiatives forging relationships with community partners for Texas Health Dallas with an ultimate outcome of improving the health of the people in the communities Texas Health Resources serves. Most recently, Virginia led the organization in the development of a strategic partnership with Children’s Health and UT Southwestern resulting in pediatric specialty service offerings as well as fully integrated and coordinated care for newborns and the neonatal patient population. The Margot Perot Center has achieved the distinction by Dallas Child as being the Best Place to Have a Baby for three years running.
Virginia has been recognized by the National Diversity Council as one of Texas’ Most Powerful and Influential Women and by the Dallas Business Journal for Women in Business Awards as a Change Maker for her significant contributions and achievements on the business front.
Virginia holds an MBA from Dallas Baptist University and is a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives. She has also consulted for hospitals across the nation in the areas of leadership, operations and employee engagement.
Virginia serves as a board member for the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce, Dallas Women’s Foundation, the Texas Diversity Council, Texas Health Women’s Specialty Surgery Center, Southwest Diagnostic Imaging Center and the Texas Health Surgery Center of Dallas and has served on the Executive Leadership Team of the American Heart Association Go Red Initiative for the last five years as well as committees supporting the March of Dimes. Virginia also works with the Vickery Meadow area “brain trust” of non-profits.