Please join us for our next Share and Connect Executive MBA Alumni Panel Series. The event will feature Executive MBA alumni who will provide insights into their industries, along with the opportunity to network with your fellow alumni.
Meet the speakers
Steve Bowden, B.Hum.Nut, M.Sc, Executive MBA (2019)
Steve is the Associate Director for Patient Safety at the Clinical Excellence Commission (CEC), NSW Health. In this role he is responsible for overseeing state-wide monitoring and response to patient safety incidents within NSW. Using a safety intelligence, data-focussed approach, patient safety incidents are identified in near real time and system responses coordinated through an extensive network of executives, managers and specialist staff across public and private hospitals and healthcare services. In recent years this has included the NSW COVID response.
Steve is an experienced health professional with 20 years of experience within NSW Health. Steve began his career as a clinical dietitian and has worked across a range of clinical areas including critical care, surgery and sub-acute care. He has worked in high level leadership and management roles for over a decade including Head of Discipline for Nutrition and Dietetics, Clinical Efficiency and Evaluation Manager, Manager of Healthcare Improvement Analytics and Clinical Lead for Safety Intelligence at the CEC.
Jessica DeAngelis, Director Office of the Chief Executive, Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District in NSW Health, Executive MBA (2016)
Jessica is a strategy and communications specialist with experience across education, finance, health and government sectors from local start-ups to national and international ASX listed companies.
Jessica started her career in Wollongong working for the University and built a strong sense of corporate governance and active citizenship as President of the Junior Chamber International Illawarra, Director of UOW UniCentre, Director of the Illawarra Business Chamber, CRAM Foundation and member of the Wollongong City Centre Advisory Committee. As part of these roles Jessica was active in promoting the region and fostering the development of a strong youth leadership and entrepreneurial movement.
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