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Healing Together: The Impact of Female Advocacy

March 26, 2024
March 26, 2024

A Conversation with HealthStream and Skillsoft

It's important to recognize and honor the power of women who make a difference in their team’s lives, their family’s lives, their friends’ lives, and when in healthcare, their patients’ and residents’ lives. Empowering women in the workplace and in the healthcare workplace requires organizations and their leadership to consider representation

This video is presented by HealthStream's Health Equity & Belonging and the 2024 Champion's Guide, featuring HealthStream's VP, General Counsel Sneha Oakley and VP of Product Portfolio and Content Development Koma Grady from our expert partner Skillsoft.

In this special 10-minute conversation, we discuss the impact of mentorship, role modeling, and advocacy for women in the workplace, as well as what organizations can do to increase representation and create a more inclusive environment.




Koma Gandy – VP of Product Portfolio and Content Development – Skillsoft
Koma Gandy is Vice President, Leadership and Business Solutions at Skillsoft, where she leads a team that focuses on developing products and solutions that create and sustain leaders, improve team performance, and enhance the overall productivity of organizations.

Learn more about Skillsoft at www.skillsoft.com

Sneha Oakley – VP, General Counsel - HealthStream
Sneha Oakley joined HealthStream in 2013 as Assistant General Counsel and now serves as its General Counsel and Vice President, Partner Development, providing leadership over the company’s legal, governance, and compliance matters, as well as overseeing the Company’s Partner Program. Ms. Oakley acts as the primary liaison to the Company’s Board of Directors, and also serves as the Company’s Compliance Officer. Prior to joining HealthStream, Ms. Oakley was a litigation attorney with Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis (now Holland & Knight) and in house counsel for Healthways, Inc. Ms. Oakley received her undergraduate degree from Tufts University and her law degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law.

Conversation hosted by Caroline Acree – Director, Product Marketing, Quality & Compliance – HealthStream

Are you fostering a culture of inclusivity and belonging that improves care outcomes? Contact HealthStream today and learn more about HealthStream’s Health Equity & Belonging Education offering.

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