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SVP & Chief Strategy Officer, Trinity Health
Sheri Shapiro leads strategy, growth and business development for the organization, including mergers, acquisitions and partnership development. She is also responsible for leading Trinity Health’s innovation program, which identifies, evaluates, and invests in organizations and new ideas that can be implemented and scaled to advance the health system’s capabilities and services. She is a transformational leader that enables change management and growth throughout the organization.
Shapiro joined Trinity Health in 2016 as the senior vice president for mergers, acquisitions and partnerships. In this role, she cultivated relationships with regional and national health care organizations to drive acquisitive growth and strengthen the national ministry. She has been central to several successful negotiations and transactions across the care continuum.
She brings more than 20 years of experience in both health care consulting and marketing leadership roles to Trinity Health. Prior to joining Trinity Health, Shapiro was a partner with The Chartis Group, where she worked as a strategic advisor to CEOs and senior executives at Trinity Health and other health systems on the topics of enterprise strategy, growth, physician alignment, partnerships and value-based care initiatives.
Earlier in her career, Shapiro served as a consultant for CSC Healthcare, formerly APM Management Consultants. There she supported health system clients with analytics and financial modeling, market assessments, and facilitating cross-functional health system teams to inform new strategies and implement operational improvement initiatives.
Shapiro’s background expands beyond health care, including a role in marketing leadership and brand management for Ford Motor Company.
Shapiro holds an MBA with honors in healthcare management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science in biopsychology from the University of Michigan.