Board Certified Healthcare Strategy Executive
Founder of 100×2030
Jhaymee Tynan is an award-winning strategist, culture leader, and wellness champion. She is a board-certified healthcare strategy executive and thought leader known for her values of empathy and kindness in the workplace. Her bold, fresh perspectives on strategy, transformation, and inclusive leadership have been recognized by Modern Healthcare, Becker’s Healthcare, Athena Leadership, Career Mastered Magazine, and others. Her work has been featured in Forbes, the Ellevate Network, the Lily, and HealthLeaders Media.
“It’s not a pipeline issue.
It’s a sponsorship issue.”
Jhaymee is currently the Assistant Vice President of Integration at Atrium Health, a $10bn integrated healthcare delivery system in Charlotte, NC. In her role, she focuses on cultural integration, portfolio and project management, and process improvement. She has the honor of serving on the Global Board of Directors for Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, a professional organization that focuses on achieving gender parity for women in the business of healthcare.
Jhaymee also is a member of the national board of directors for the American Hospital Association’s Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development, the National Association of Health Services Executives, and Philanos (a women’s collective giving network). She also serves as an Editorial Advisory Board member for Shift.Health, an infotainment content network that is shifting how healthcare is marketed and experienced.
Jhaymee is the Creator and Founder of 100×2030, an initiative aimed at increasing sponsorship for women of color in healthcare over the next decade. Jhaymee is dedicated to amplifying the voices of Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) to change the narrative on diversity in senior leadership. She believes that her fundamental responsibility as an executive is to champion the next generation of diverse leaders. Her thesis is that the lack of diverse representation in C-Suite roles is due to lack of active sponsorship for underrepresented groups.
As a thought leader, Jhaymee regularly participates on podcasts related to transforming the future of healthcare, diversity and inclusion, and women’s leadership. She has been featured on Women Changing Healthcare with Cynthia Newton, The Memo Podcast with Minda Harts, and What Will Never Be the Same Again in Healthcare with Jim Molpus.
As a speaker, Jhaymee has presented at several national conferences as a keynote speaker or featured panelist to include Modern Healthcare’s Women Leaders in Healthcare Conference, Chicago’s Women in Stem Symposium, the American College of Healthcare Executives Congress, and SHSMD Connections. Her featured topics include How to Be the CEO of Your Career, LeadHERship – Navigating the Storm, and Diversity in the C-Suite.
Unconditional Kindness – I believe that kindness is an essential skill in business. As leaders, how we treat our peers, our teams, and those we mentor/sponsor has long lasting effects on our ability to be successful.
Empathic Leadership – I believe in the power of empathetic leadership to drive organizational growth and develop deep, meaningful connections with your team.
Ethical Decision Making – I believe that standing true to your values and making decisions based on a sound, ethical compass is needed in business.
People-Powered Transformation – I believe that people-powered transformation is the strategic approach that healthcare organizations should employ to be agile, bold, and future-focused. Your people are the most treasured asset to succeeding through change and taking monumental leaps in evolving how care is delivered to your patients. To do so, we must fully embrace diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging to improve the quality of care, take better risks, and make stronger, data-driven decisions.
“Unconditional kindness is the most underutilized skill in business. It is also the most needed.”
Jhaymee has received numerous accolades for her work in healthcare strategic planning and advocacy for women of color in healthcare.
- 40 under Forty, Charlotte Business Journal
- 50 Most Influential Women, The Mecklenburg Times
- 70 African American Leaders to Know in Healthcare, Becker’s Healthcare
- Guiding Star Award, Executive Women of Goizueta
- National Emerging Leader, Career Mastered Magazine
- Rising Healthcare Leader under 40, Becker’s Healthcare
- Top 25 Emerging Leader Award, Modern Healthcare
- Top 30 Rising Leaders in the Life Sciences, In Vivo
- Who’s Who in Black Charlotte, Who’s Who Publishing
- Women Headliners in Healthcare, Bizwomen
- Young Professional Leadership Award, Athena International