News and EventsTuesday, September 22, 2015
Council on Aging CEO recognized among local non-profit and healthcare leaders
Council on Aging CEO recognized among local non-profit and healthcare leadersCouncil on Aging CEO Suzanne Burke
Council on Aging's CEO Suzanne Burke was recently recognized by two leading business and philanthropy publications as a leader among local healthcare and non-profit professionals.
Most recently, Ms. Burke was featured in the Sept. 18 edition of the Cincinnati Business Courier’s People to Know section. This monthly feature highlights 20 professionals from the Greater Cincinnati region who serve as leaders in their respective industries. The September feature focused on leaders of some of Cincinnati’s most prominent nonprofits and philanthropies, including Talbert House, the American Red Cross, Ronald McDonald House, Matthew 25: Ministries, CityLink Center, Freestore Foodbank, People Working Cooperatively, and more.
According to the Business Courier, “These are the organizations that keep the safety net in place for some of our area’s most vulnerable residents.”
In July, Ms. Burke was selected as a recipient of The Comprehensive Healthcare Leadership Award by the editorial team at Venue Media, the publisher of Venue Magazine and LEAD Magazine. The award honors our region's leading healthcare professionals who strive to improve the everyday lives of their patients and colleagues, but contribute to their community as well.