Rency is a dynamic leader with proven track record of success by translating strategy into results. Accomplished nurse executive with patient and employee focus.  Steadfast commitment to providing world-class care through effective management of resources, quality performance, and efficiencies. Builds and retains high performing teams by fostering relationships and developing others. She believes in a culture of excellence in service that reflects a commitment to ensure that every life entrusted to her team will be better because they came into her team’s care. After being the Director of Med-Surg for over a year, Rency was named Assistant Chief Nursing Officer. She was born and raised in Kuwait. Rency moved to India to receive her BSN and graduated in 2002. She has been a nurse for over 18 years with clinical experience in Med – Surg, PCU, ICU, and ER. Rency moved to the United States in 2006 and graduated from the University of Phoenix with a MSN in 2011. She has been with HCA for over 14 years.
Jamie Chyat, MPAS, PA-C was born in Staten Island, NY. She graduated from the State University of New York College at Oneonta with a Bachelors of Science in Human Biology. Her undergraduate focus was in biological anthropology and the evolution of human disease and infective pathogens. Directly after finishing her bachelors, Jamie attended Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, where she received her Masters degree in Physician Assistant Studies and graduated with high honors. While working on her Master’s degree, Jamie was the Student government PA Liaison, the SAAAPA Admissions Representative, and Lead PA Mentor for first year students . Additionally, Jamie was one of five people (and the only PA student) in the entire health sciences school to receive a scholarship award for outstanding academic and extracurricular achievements.

Jamie started her career in the specialty of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery where she played a key role in developing two trauma programs while managing critically ill patients with multiple disease processes. While working in trauma she developed a passion for treating patients with traumatic brain injury. She then transitioned her career to neurosurgery where she again played a key role in building a neurosurgical practice. Her expertise is in minimally invasive spine surgery, neurosurgery, pain management, regenerative cellular therapy and anti-aging. Jamie harnessed her surgical skill set and is now highly trained and board eligible in anti-aging medicine and aesthetics. Jamie is very passionate about using regenerative medical therapies and innovative technologies in combination with minimally invasive techniques to treat an array of medical conditions. She is also the CEO and founder of Interglobe Medical LLC which is an international organization dedicated to expanding subspecialty and tertiary care within developing countries.

Douglas has served in a leadership role in Respiratory Therapy for over 15 years. He has vast experience in clinical capacities in the areas of adult critical care, cardiovascular services, trauma, acute burn care and sleep medicine. He is currently employed by the Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) since 2010. He maintains a Florida state license as a registered respiratory therapist with American Heart Association certifications in Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). Douglas graduated St. Leo University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 2009 and subsequently obtained a Master’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Health Care Management in 2016.

Jodi Drouillard RN BSN has been a nurse for 25 years beginning her career in Canada where she graduated from Nursing at Fanshawe College in Ontario Canada. She went on to complete her BSN Degree at the University of Detroit Mercy in Detroit Michigan. Jodi Drouillard is currently the Director of Surgical Services at Northside Hospital in St Petersburg, Florida. She was the Nurse Manager at the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi where she managed Cardiac and Neuro surgery operating rooms. Jodi was instrumental as part of the team that brought transplant surgery to the country of the United Arab Emirates. She began her career as a scrub and circulating Nurse and received and still practices her first assisting designation. Jodi is a lifetime member of AORN and has completed many medical missions throughout her career. This mission work has brought her to Africa, India and many places in South America.
Educated as a Medical Doctor at University of Yaoundé I (Cameroon) and continuing her PhD studies at Georgetown University, Dr. Fouda currently serves as Associate Professor in Pediatrics, and an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology. Additionally she participates as a Member of the Duke Human Vaccine Institute. Dr Fouda’s research interest is in understanding infant immune responses in the setting of infection and vaccination. Her current work focuses on HIV mother to child transmission. Additional Information
Kim Jarrelle, MSN, RNC-OB graduated from Bon Secours School of Nursing. She furthered her education by obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Masters in Nursing Administration and Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University. Kim has held nursing leadership roles as a Clinical Nurse Educator, Nurse Manager, Director of Women’s Health and Neurosciences at Johnston-Willis Hospital. 

Kim is currently the Chief Nursing Officer at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center. She has had three abstracts accepted for poster presentations at national conferences, Implementation of the LAMPET Study at a Community Hospital, Using the LAMPET Study to Promote Evidenced Based Practice, and Promoting Family Centered Care: Getting Preeclamptic Moms Together with their Babies.  Kim is certified in In-Patient Obstetrics. Kim with two other nurses invented and patented the skin to skin cesarean section surgical drape.  She is a member of the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nursing, American Organization of Nurse Executives, and American College of Healthcare Executives. Kim serves on the March of Dimes Maternal Child State Committee.  

Kim lives with her husband and three children in Hanover, Virginia.

Seraphine Kapsandoy-Jones is the Chief Clinical Information Officer at Intermountain Healthcare. In this role, Dr Kapsandoy, partners with business and clinical leaders to provide strategic vision and leadership to help them leverage industry leading technology to achieve patient care strategic goals and initiatives. She applies her clinical care background and advanced healthcare education to deliver projects in support of quality care, data integrity, enhanced security, and regulatory compliance. She has experience in integrating new Electronic Healthcare Record (EHR) software across large, complex hospital systems and managing multi-disciplinary teams.

She has led three of the most challenging Knowledge Bases on the Intermountain Healthcare Care Transformation Team, Cardiovascular, Pediatrics, and Adoption & Support. Under her leadership, her teams successfully completed implementation of Intermountain’s EHR in 23 Acute-Care Hospitals as well as provided ongoing optimization of that EHR for those hospitals, countless clinics, and ambulatory care facilities throughout Intermountain. She has over 16 years of nursing and clinical informatics experience including, cardiovascular clinical programs, medical surgical, wound/enterostomal therapy, trauma and transplant, emergency, rapid treatment, cardiovascular, and informatics. She received a PhD in informatics and a Bachelor of Nursing degree from the University of Utah.
Mah is a Registered Nurse, writer, Speaker, and Life Coach, with a passion for service. She has over 10 years clinical experience in a variety of roles from the Operating Room, Stepdown ICU, Telemetry, perioperative services, and Digestive Health services in Houston TX. Mah is on track to complete a Master of Science in Nursing – Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, 2021. She is also an inspirational writer, Speaker, Life & Wellness Coach, combining her years of clinical practice, and certification as a Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), to help organizations and individuals achieve balance in body, mind, and spirit. Mah’s inspirational work has been featured in Beauty Within Magazine, Immigrant Magazine, Pearls of Our Lives online. She has spoken to and coached over a thousand healthcare workers on Self-Care while dealing with the COVID-19 crisis.

Mah is passionate about the human experience, encouraging us all to bring meaning to our life’s work, bringing her unique blend of empathy and love, in service of vulnerable populations in society. In 2014, she founded Connecting Angels Inc, a nonprofit organization on a mission to alleviate suffering by connecting to do simple acts of kindness for those in need. 

Mah Lives in Houston, Texas with her husband and two sons.

Wendy McConnehey has been with Intermountain Healthcare since 2008. She started work as a Clinical Data Abstractor which included management of data and process for the organizations STEMI program, the adoption of minimally invasive valve replacement procedure, and quality improvement of the organizations cardio-thoracic surgery division. She received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Westminster College in 2012 when upon graduation was offered the opportunity as Quality Consultant for Cardiovascular Services. Her experience with data and quality led to roles in Clinical Data Management, design and implementation of the organization’s EMR for cardiovascular services, process and workflow design for Infectious disease, language and accommodation services, and order set management. Her current role as Corporate Clinical Process and Content Supervisor is responsible for designing, implementing and supporting processes for the management of clinical knowledge for the organization, including design of a downtime/backup process to be used in the event of EMR downtime or power failure.

Wendy lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with her husband and four children.

Jean-Marie Nana was trained as a medical Laboratory Scientist in Federal College of Veterinary and Medical Laboratory Technology Vom – Nigeria and Federal School of Medical Laboratory Sciences Jos – Nigeria were he respectively earned an Associate in Medical Microbiology and a Fellow in hematology and Blood group serology. Continuing in University of Jos, he obtained a Master degree in Applied Microbiology and Plant Pathology. Since then, he has served as Technical director in numbers of Diagnostic Medical Laboratories in Nigeria. He later on founded Nobel Medical Laboratory in Jos, with Nanel Medical Laboratory following 2 years later. He also started another private Diagnostic Medical Laboratory in Yaoundé – Cameroon (Laboratoire d’Analyses Biomedicales la Grace) where he currently works. Among others, he did consultancy works for Prevention & Control in the field of Biosafety and Biosecurity. He was a key contributor in the drafting of the Cameroon National Code of conduct on Biosafety and Biosecurity. He also co-founded CPIND (Center for Prevention of Infectious and Non-communicable Diseases), an NGO in Nigeria where he actively played the role of project manager. In Jos – Nigeria, he also happened to be a project director at AFASH (Action For AIDS and Sexual Hygiene). He currently serves as a consultant for Chemonics International (a partner to Global Funds, USAID, etc. for the fight against TB/HIV/Malaria).

Beulah “Patrice” Vance is the Division Vice President of Clinical Operations and Quality with HCA – W Florida. Her experience as a Registered Nurse spans over thirty (30) years and includes critical care, transplant, and emergency room nursing, as well as quality, patient safety, infection control, risk, credentialing and emergency management and preparedness. She has fifteen (15) years of experience as a health system executive and has directed Emergency Operations and Disaster Preparedness, with experience stemming back to Hurricane Katrina. She is a diploma graduate of Charity Hospital School of Nursing in New Orleans; Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from the University of South Alabama; Master’s Degree in Nursing Administration from Louisiana State University and should complete her Doctorate of Nursing Practice in May, 2021. She was appointed by the Governor of Florida to the Florida Center for Nursing, Board of Directors and is a published author in patient safety and infection prevention. She is a native of New Orleans, but resides in Tampa, Florida with her daughter.