Women In Towne Spotlight on Ingrid Black

In celebration of National Women’s History Month, and in the spirit of honoring the achievements of accomplished women in our communities, in March we will spotlight Women in Towne.

Today we introduce you to Ingrid Black, vice president – Towne Health.DSC_7460-final

Ingrid began her career as a physical therapist and she practiced in a variety of healthcare settings for 13 years before completing her MBA at Johns Hopkins University. Prior to joining Towne Park, Ingrid worked in the Performance Improvement department at Hospital Corporation of America, one of the nation’s leading providers of healthcare services made up of more than 250 hospitals and freestanding surgery centers located in 20 U.S. states and in the United Kingdom. Ingrid loves to travel and has explored many countries and cultures. Highlights of her travels include tiger and elephant safaris, skydiving, bicycling up the Valley of the Kings, and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.

“Ingrid’s combination of clinical and performance management give her a unique perspective in the healthcare space. And her ability to connect with our clients and create meaningful relationships has proven immeasurable. She is an expert in her field, and a joy to work with,” said Towne Park’s Senior Vice President Steffan Sonneveldt.

We are proud to have this Woman in Towne LeadingServing and Growing at Towne Park.

Women in Towne® is a community of men and women at Towne Park who work together to create programming and other initiatives designed to recruit, hire, retain, and advance women at Towne Park.  This community is rooted in the belief that associates of diverse backgrounds improve our ability to anticipate and meet the needs of our clients, our associates and our communities.

1 Comment
  • Stephen Noe
    Posted at 16:59h, 06 March Reply

    As an employee of Towne Park, I am honored to work for a company that is diverse. I am proud of what our company does and the employees that are accompanied with it. Ingrid black, we look up to people like you. From a site in Ada, Oklahoma. I salute you.

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