PWH is built upon a strong history of women leaders in the healthcare supply chain industry who continue to create a platform for progressive leadership and mentoring for the next generation.
Empowering Women to Lead and Succeed
John Sasen was an amazing individual. He was an incredible mentor, an extremely kind soul and a person who brought out the best in everyone that knew him. He was an ambassador for the industry and an “elder statesman” in his own right. He was open to diversity and truly cared about the young women and men that he brought along and tutored patiently. He made us want to be better for the industry, our organizations and ourselves. It is in missing him and all that he stood for, that we are committed to carry on his legacy in the industry that he loved.
“...his story is that of a person who has never stopped dreaming, and who believes that change can only make a person better and stronger. It is the story of someone who is committed to training and education.” –Repertoire
In honor of our dear friend and mentor, PWH announces the John Sasen Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship annually awards one woman within our industry a one year PWH membership as well as registration, travel and hotel expenses to the HIDA Executive Conference to be held this year at the Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island, Florida, March 26-29, 2019.
If you would like to nominate someone, or apply for the scholarship, please fill out the 2019 John Sasen Scholarship form.Deadline for submission is January 31, 2019.
PWH is excited to announce the 2018 recipient of the John Sasen Scholarship, Ariel Hartman, Brand Communications Specialist at McKesson. Ariel applied for the scholarship and was also nominated by two of her peers. She is dedicated to growing her career and is interested in networking with others in the industry.
Congratulations Ariel, on your well-deserved scholarship.
Several women were considered for this award that honors someone in the healthcare industry that is an inspiring individual, demonstrates leadership and is an ambassador to the industry. The scholarship is awarded to one woman each year and includes a one-year PWH membership as well as attendance to the HIDA Executive Conference.