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Career Advice from Female Leaders

Posted by Ariane Hernandez | Dec 30, 2019 2:04:50 PM

We reached out to five female leaders across the organization and asked, what career advice would you give to women who are considering a career at AdventHealth and this what they said...


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"Be you. As a female in this organization you don’t have to exaggerate or diminish your behavior to be noticed and considered. It's refreshing to work for an organization where you are valued for your talent and attributes, not your gender.”

Susie Jamerson | Executive Director, Corporate HR


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"Women are multifaceted, and that nature transfers to how we work. You can be direct and efficient, yet open, intuitive, and compassionate. Embrace those differences as you pursue a career at AdventHealth.” 

Brielyn Sampson | Director, Corporate Responsibility - AdventHealth Shawnee Mission


Picture1 copy-1 "Be patient You may be anxious and excited to start your career but remember, good things come to those who wait. I am a firm believer that God has a plan for each of us; we simply need to be patient."

Joy Block-Gonzalez | Executive Director, Internal Audit and Reconciliation Services - Corporate 


Faye 2 copy"For anyone considering a career at AdventHealth, I would suggest they reflect on what they are most passionate about and how their talent and skills can add value to the many different ways that our organization touches the lives of others. There are so much opportunity here, different vocational disciplines and service lines that one can grow their skillset throughout their employment while living out our mission."

                                     Faye Peraza | Assistant VP, HRBP - AdventHealth Ocala


Mary Louden-5x7_6017[2] copy"My career advice to women is to have the courage to go for it.  This organization provides a wholistic commitment not only for our community but for our employees too.  It’s an honor and privilege for me to be a part of AdventHealth!" 

Mary Louden | Executive Director of Nursing - AdventHealth Orlando 



Topics: Women, Career

Written by Ariane Hernandez