Lymphoma Research Foundation Chief Executive Officer Meghan Gutierrez was recognized as a leader in healthcare by both Crain’s New York Business and PR News.
Gutierrez was among 100 women listed in Crain’s Notable Women in Health Care 2019, recognizing her commitment to the healthcare industry and moving it toward gender equality. Similarly, Gutierrez was recognized by PR News’ 2019 Top Women in Healthcare for her leadership in healthcare communications and dedication to ensuring patients and their loved ones become their own health advocates.
According to a recent national survey by consulting firm Oliver Wyman, women make 80% of healthcare buying decisions and represent 65% of the healthcare workforce. And yet women make up only 30% of the healthcare industry’s C-suite teams and 13% of its CEOs.
Meghan Gutierrez joined the Lymphoma Research Foundation in 2008 as its chief program, policy and communications officer. She was a driving force behind programs such as the country’s only Adolescent and Young Adult Lymphoma Initiative and development of the first mobile app for people with lymphoma. She became Chief Executive Officer in 2014. In this role Gutierrez represents the Foundation before several audiences, including the U.S. Congress, Department of Defense, Food and Drug Administration and National Institutes of Health. She has written and lectured extensively about the needs of lymphoma patients and served on committees and panels of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, American Society of Hematology, Institute of Medicine, and National Cancer Institute, among others. Read more >