Tom Jackiewicz is president of the University of Chicago Medical Center. He oversees the $3 billion clinical enterprise that integrates the patient care mission of UChicago Medicine with the education and research missions of the University of Chicago. Mr. Jackiewicz’s career has focused on executing ambitious and broad transformation in academic environments. A strategic visionary, he has ushered in eras of substantial growth and improvement at academic health systems across the country. At UChicago Medicine, he has secured approval to build a new $630 million cancer center, which will be Chicago’s first freestanding cancer center. He is also spearheading development of a northwest Indiana campus and leading a major collaborative of providers focusing on health challenges on Chicago’s South Side. During his tenure as CEO of Keck Medicine of USC, he grew University of Southern California’s medical enterprise into a $2.2 billion regional academic health system. In 2019 and 2020, Keck Hospital achieved a top 20 ranking on the U.S. News & World Report “Best Hospitals Honor Roll.” Mr. Jackiewicz is an ACHE Member and a fellow of Leadership Greater Chicago. He is also a member of the National Health Care CEO Council on Gun Violence Prevention and Safety, the Economic Club of Chicago, and the Beamtree Global Impact Committee.