Sloan Alumni and Friends
"My professional philosophy is to create an extraordinary work environment for people to develop to their full potential, and my personal quest is to touch the life of at least one person every day."
Nancy Schlicting, Sloan '79 CEO Henry Ford Health System
Nancy's career has been focused on leaderhip in hospital and health system operations. After completing the Sloan Program, Nancy advanced rapidly, becoming COO at age 28 of Akron City Hospital. After various leadership positions in Ohio and Pennsylvania, she moved on to the Henry Ford as EVP and COO and more recently was selected as the system CEO at this highly regarded organization.
Nancy has received many honors including Modern Healthcare's "Up and Comer" recognition, and its "100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare-2005" recognition, in addition to many local and regional awards. She is also active on many boards and charitable organizations.
The Sloan Program extends a warm welcome to alumni and friends. Through your support and interest, you play a vital role in the success of the program.
For program news see current and past Sloan Updates in the Human Ecology magazine.
Sloan Wagner Weekend, 2015
More than 30 years after Igor Zakoworotny '77 gave a Sloan colloquium and recruited Richard Namerow '82 for his first job, the two former colleagues are "paying it forward" through establishing the Igor Zakoworotny '77 and Richard Namerow '82 Sloan Student Resource Fund. The payout from this endowment fund will be used to enhance professional development opportunities for Sloan students such as conference travel and attendance, case competition support, participation in professional society functions, and business etiquette training. Read more about what motivated them to establish and partner in creating the fund, what they hope it will achieve, and why they want others to join them in "paying it forward."