ACHE nominates chair-elect, 4 governors

Five healthcare leaders from across the country have been nominated to the American College of Healthcare Executives. 

One nominee for chair-elect and four nominees to serve on the board of governors have agreed to serve if elected, according to a news release shared with Becker's. The election will be held at the Council of Regents Meeting prior to ACHE's Congress on Healthcare Leadership in Chicago, beginning March 20. 

If elected, the governors' terms will last three years. The chair-elect will also serve three years as chair-elect, chair and immediate past chair. 

The nominees are as follows: 

1. William Santulli was nominated for chair-elect. He has served on the board of governors since 2020 and is currently president of Charlotte, N.C.-based Advocate Health's midwest region. 

2. Thomas Lanni Jr., the ACHE regent for Michigan and Northwest Ohio, was nominated for governor. He currently serves as president of Corewell Health Beaumont Troy (Mich.) Hospital. 

3. Karin Larson-Pollock, MD, the ACHE regent for Washington, was nominated for governor. She currently serves as chief quality officer for Providence's Puget Sound region, based in Everett, Wash. 

4. Frances Roesch, the ACHE regent for Canada, was nominated for governor. She currently serves as the director of administration for the department of obstetrics and gynecology at McMaster University, based in Hamilton, Ontario. 

5. Solomon Torres was nominated for governor. He served as the ACHE regent for Metropolitan New York from 2016 to 2019, and is currently deputy executive director and chief operating officer for New York City-based Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center. 

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