Executive Director – Westside Health Equity Collaborative

Executive Director Westside Health Equity Collaborative [memberonly label=”General Member” HcBI Participants”] ABOUT THE COMPANY Carrington & Carrington, Ltd., Diversity Executive Search, a national search firm specializing in the identification and placement of diverse professionals, has been retained to identify candidates for Executive Director, Westside Health Equity Collaborative (WSHEC). POSITION SUMMARY The West Side Health Equity…

Tony Coles

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Tony Coles, MD, is executive chairman and CEO of Cerevel Therapeutics, a biotechnology company specializing in the development of new therapies for diseases of the central nervous system. He has had a dazzling career, and shared his insights on board success with TLN at its recent Healthcare Board Initiative virtual event.

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