Carey H. Gallagher, Principal, CFAR
Carey is an experienced speaker and author and has presented to the executive track of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) program, and to the Alliance of Independent Academic Medical Centers, among other audiences. She serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Healthcare Management, has co-authored several series in the Wharton Healthcare Quarterly, and has published a report on increasing the effectiveness of small-scale interventions in the Wallace Foundation’s Knowledge Center.
Carey is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. She has been recognized with the Regent’s Award for Early Career Healthcare Executive and is President-Elect of the Greater Philadelphia chapter of the Healthcare Leadership Network of the Delaware Valley. She also serves as an Advisor to the Management Consulting program of the Fox School of Business at Temple University.
Carey earned a BA in English from Georgetown University, and holds MBA with a concentration in International Business from the Fox School at Temple University.
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Barry Dornfeld, Principal, CFAR
Barry's experience as an anthropologist and documentary filmmaker trained him to listen and ask insightful questions, working with executives in ways that are attuned to their needs, culture, and leadership styles, and help them reach their organizational goals. These skills help him connect to clients easily, work productively in a variety of settings, and effectively advise and teach executives. His recent work in healthcare and higher education has focused on ways to help leaders maximize value within and outside of their institutions—with particular depth in universities, academic medical centers, and professional associations.
Barry is co-author of The Moment You Can’t Ignore: When Big Trouble Leads to a Great Future, published by PublicAffairs Books in October 2014, and has authored many other articles and papers and produced documentary works. He holds a BA in Anthropology and Economics from Tufts University and a Ph.D. in Communication from the Annenberg School of the University of Pennsylvania, and has been a faculty member at New York University and the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
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Daphnie Pierre, Manager, CFAR
Daphnie currently serves on the board of Boston City Singers, a Boston non-profit that aims to provide students with musical training and leadership opportunities. Daphnie holds a BA in Economics with a minor in Public Health and an MBA in Strategy & Innovation, both from Boston University.
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