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CTU Distinguished Lecturer: Ken Vance, Senior Vice President Bank of America Merrill Lynch - Webinar
Thursday, March 28, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (CDT)
The Healthcare Transformation: Skills to Navigate the Changes
Is your healthcare career aspiration putting you in a box? Are you being inclusive or exclusive when trying to find a healthcare career? You can leverage your healthcare background to open other doors!
Most people do not realize how large healthcare is. Where can you start? The industry is always changing, including the skills required to succeed today compared to the past. Ken Vance will help you look outside the box and take your healthcare education and career to the next level. Join us for this presentation on how to apply healthcare experience and training to other industries, like banking, finance, and technology. You have the basic building blocks—now leverage them into the foundation. Come discover how all of your skills are transferrable.
Ken Vance is a Senior Vice President with Bank of America Merrill Lynch in their Specialized Industry Group focusing on Healthcare. He manages the healthcare practice in the Carolinas and coordinates a dedicated healthcare team focusing on approximately 14 service lines which includes Revenue Cycle solutions. In his 22+ years with Bank of America Merrill Lynch (and predecessor companies), Ken has covered several healthcare sectors such as the life sciences; specialty pharmaceutical; biotech; and medical device sectors. Within Bank of America, Ken has served on numerous leadership assignments such as the Charlotte Area Market Leadership Team; the Specialized Industries Leadership Council; and Senior Executive for the Health and Human Services Community Volunteers.
Ken is a graduate of Virginia Tech (BA in Education) and received his MBA from the University of Richmond. He has over 33 years in the financial industry including 8 years with the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond as a Commissioned Examiner.