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EP. 70 “Use this year to manifest greatness.”

Inspiring Women with Laurie McGraw

EP. 70 “Use this year to manifest greatness.”

Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Kelli Clifton Ogunsanya, a healthcare leader over a network of community health centers. In addition to her work serving the population needs of underserved individuals and…
February 28, 2022

EP. 70 “Use this year to manifest greatness.”

Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Kelli Clifton Ogunsanya, a healthcare leader over a network of community health centers. In addition to her work serving the population needs of underserved individuals and families, Kelli is very focused on supporting women in their own personal development as leaders.  Her own leadership journey started with the confidence building that came from programs like 4-H and later public speaking while working as a consultant.  Key life moments like becoming a mother were times when Kelli needed to re-assess what was most important to her as a professional but also in finding joy in her own life.  Today she is building out workforce pipeline programs for future leaders, while still finding time to teach university courses, and starting her own life coaching business.  These pandemic years have taken their toll on all of us but Kelli wants us all to use this year, 2022, to manifest greatness, through growth, life balance, and leadership.

Kelli Clifton Ogunsanya currently serves as the COO of STRIDE Community Health Center. With over 18 locations, STRIDE provides community and refugee medical, dental, mental health, substance abuse, pharmacy, and community-based services, including case management, outreach to the homeless, adolescent services, health education, and maternal child health to the more than 57,000 underserved, uninsured and working individuals and families

Kelli believes that access to physical, mental, and emotional wellness are foundational for an equitable and productive society. Kelli is committed to using a systems-thinking approach to spark transformational change, foster operational excellence.

Prior to her current role, Kelli was a Client Executive for Optum, a division of UnitedHealthcare Group. In this role, Kelli partnered with national primary care and specialty medical group leaders to improve chronic care management through risk adjustment strategies including patient activation, telehealth integration, point of care technology optimization, and medical group governance.

Kelli’s leadership initiatives also include EHR interoperability for leading provider groups including the Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs. While at PwC, Kelli supported the planning and activation of new medical facilities and provided program management for the Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine against Ebola (STRIVE), a collaborative Phase 3 clinical trial between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation.

Kelli earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Health at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and a Master of Health Administration degree from The Ohio State University College of Public Health. Internationally, she has studied and worked in South Africa, Costa Rica, Ghana, Liberia, and Ethiopia.

With more than 18+ years of experience, Kelli is the Owner and Founder of Kelli Ogunsanya Coaching where she shares her business expertise with high performing women who are looking for life clarity, purpose, and renewed confidence.

Get immediate access to Kelli:
🔍 Gain insights via her podcast “She Needs a Life Coach with Kelli Ogunsanya” https://anchor.fm/sheneedsalifecoach
🌍 Book your first FREE 30-minute BREAKTHROUGH CALL with Kelli at www.kelliogunsanyacoaching.com
📚 Get Kelli’s book “Madame Millennial” at www.barnesandnoble.com

You can follow Kelli on LinkedIn

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