PROGRAM TOPIC: Does Your Brand Create Demand or Fulfill Orders?
- Date: Wednesday, March 20th, 2013
- Time: 4:30 networking, 5:30 program, 6:30 dinner
- Location: St. Elizabeth's Hospital | 1506 S Oneida St, Appleton, WI 54915 (Please park in the ramp and enter the main entrance up to the 2nd floor - Helen Fowler Conference Room)
- Presenter: Vince Gallucci, CAO of Affinity Health System
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This interactive discussion will bring out the true workings of your organization’s brand. Or it might reveal that your brand is not working as hard as it should and what you need to do about it. Creating a new conversation within your organization is sometimes the best place to start, but it also can be an unsettled place for you as sales and marketing professionals. It’s never too late.
Our time together will also include real-life experiences and best practices I’ll look to share from my career that will help shape our conversation.
About our Speaker
Vince Gallucci serves as vice president, marketing, communications and strategic planning for Ministry Health Care (Ministry). Vince also leads for Ministry overall physician relations, Ministry for Business and the project management office (PMO).
Prior to taking his current role with Ministy, Vince was the chief administrative officer for Affinity Health System where his leadership reached across the business service areas other than IT and finance.
Vince was vice president and general manager for the business-to-business division of Lands’ End Inc., Dodgeville, Wis., a division of Sears & Roebuck Co., where he was fully responsible for all business operations and financial responsibilities of that division. Previously, he was senior vice president of Human Resources and Organizational Development for Provantage Health Services in Milwaukee.
Vince and his family have lived in the Fox Valley for the past 7 years and has been a very active member of the community in a number of ways.
Vince earned his bachelor’s degree from Long Island University, New York, and a master’s degree in industrial/organizational psychology from the University of New Haven in West Haven, Conn. Gallucci has also attained All But Dissertation (ABD) status in a doctorate degree in Education from Kennedy Western University, Thousand Oaks, CA.