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Jhaymee Tynan, FACHE

Consutant/Global Health and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Practice/Founder

Egon Zehnder/100x2030 Initiative

Jhaymee Tynan, based in Washington, D.C., is an active member of Egon Zehnder’s global Health Services, Public and Social Sector, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion practices. She is a trusted adviser to clients across the health, pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors, helping them master complex leadership challenges while tapping the potential of diversity and inclusion. Before joining Egon Zehnder, Ms. Tynan was an assistant vice president at Atrium Health in Charlotte, N.C., with responsibilities that included large-scale, post-merger integration. Earlier, she held a management role at Deloitte Consulting in Washington, D.C., focusing on business model transformation for the federal health system.

Ms. Tynan earned a Master of Science degree in project management from George Washington University, a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Virginia Tech and a Master of Business Administration degree in general management from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. Alongside her consulting work, she serves on numerous boards, including the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, the American Hospital Association’s Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development, the National Association of Health Services Executives, Women in Healthcare, and Philanos. She also founded 100×2030, a global career initiative devoted to increasing sponsorship of women of color in healthcare. Ms. Tynan is a member of ACHE’s Nominating Committee. She has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as a “Top 25 Emerging Leader” and by Becker’s Healthcare as a “Top African American Leader in Healthcare to Know.” To relax, she enjoys spending time with her husband, dog and cat. When she is not working, she enjoys cheering on Liverpool F.C., reading and traveling. She is board certified in healthcare management as an ACHE Fellow.


41X—Beyond the Rhetoric: Creating an Organizational Culture of Inclusion, Belonging and Accountability

Presented by Gayle L. Capozzalo, FACHE, Gina Calder, FACHE, Jhaymee Tynan, FACHE, Pamela Sutton-Wallace, MPH, Susan M. Pollart, MD at 8:45 AM on Tuesday, March 29th.

Research published by McKinsey, Harvard Business Review and healthcare journals confirms that organizations with greater leadership diversity—whether gender, race, ethnicity or sexual orientation—are more innovative, collaborative and higher performing. These organizations perform better than average in return on equity, EBIT, earnings per share and stock price appreciation. In healthcare, data also show that diversity of…