Jennifer Tomasik, Carey Huntington Gallagher, and Lynn Oppenheim, WG ‘81

Jennifer_Tomasik.jpgJennifer Tomasik, SM, FACHE is a Vice President at CFAR, a management consulting firm that was originally a research center inside the Wharton School and whose owners continue to teach in Wharton's Executive Education Program.  Ms. Tomasik is a member of the firm’s Executive Committee and leads the healthcare practice. She partners with clients on issues of strategy, change, and governance in the transforming healthcare landscape. Ms. Tomasik is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and holds a Master's in Health Policy and Management from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

 

Contact Jennifer at: jtomasik@cfar.com


Carey_Huntington_Gallagher.jpgCarey H. Gallagher, MBA is a Principal at CFAR. Ms. Gallagher is a member of the firm’s healthcare and change management practices. She helps clients strategize and achieve sustainable change within health systems, professional associations, post-acute entities and foundations. She is currently an executive board member of the Philadelphia regional chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives and an Advisor to the Management Consulting program at the Fox School of Business at Temple University, from which she earned an MBA with a concentration in International Business.

 

Contact Carey at: cgallagher@cfar.com



Oppenheim.pngLynn Oppenheim, WG'81, Principal, is one of CFAR’s five founders. She has more than 25 years of experience in consulting across a range of issues and clients. She is known for the breadth of her experience, her pragmatism, and her respect for deeply held client values. While she has worked in many industries, her recent work has focused on academic medicine, whose leaders face numerous challenges, including support for their most talented contributors despite declining funding, providing the highest quality of education, and balancing integrated care in tertiary and quaternary care environments. She has experience with the broad spectrum of issues these complex organizations often face relating to strategy, quality improvement, change implementation and collaboration.

A scientist by training, Lynn is dedicated to helping organizations build capacity and speed innovation while meeting business demands and fulfilling mission. Her particular skills include strategy with top teams, in which she helps leaders assess options and set direction; initiative design, in which she guides clients on how to pull people and resources together to effectively support change efforts; and executive coaching, in which she works one-on-one with leaders facing critical decisions.

Lynn has spoken before a wide range of client audiences, including the American Association of Medical Colleges, the Healthcare Business Women’s Association, ELAM, and the Healthcare Leadership Network of the Delaware Valley (ACHE chapter).

Lynn holds a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a PhD in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin.

 

Contact Lynn at: loppenheim@cfar.com