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ACHE of South Florida (ACHE-SFL) is the local official chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and provides members with educational programs, networking and volunteer opportunities, career and advancement resources and the ability to connect with healthcare executives.Learn More
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We invite you to attend the many events we host throughout the year, including educational programs, networking events, webinars, seminars and much more.
Dear Fellow ACHE-SFL Family,
My name is Oyinkansola "Bukky" Ogunrinde and it is an honor to serve as your 2022 president. The last two years have been tough for all of us whether professionally or personally especially as healthcare professionals. ACHE-SFL salutes you for your fortitude and dedication. In this challenging environment, our commitment, resiliency, and creativity were unleashed, and it is in this spirit of hope that I ask for us to embrace this year with optimism as we look to a better tomorrow.
I will be serving alongside an outstanding board of directors and committee members to bring you an array of educational, networking, and special events that reflect the themes - innovation, collaboration, connection, inclusion, and wellbeing as we endeavor to support your professional growth. I look forward to a pivotal year for all of us and together, we will embark on the amazing journey of healthcare leadership in service to our community.
Oyinkansola "Bukky" Ogunrinde
2022 Chapter President
ACHE of South Florida
2022 President of ACHE of South Florida
As 2022 draws to a close, Oyinkansola ‘Bukky’ Ogunrinde, MHSA, president, ACHE of South Florida, is grateful for all that the chapter was able to accomplish this year.
“As the first Black woman to lead this chapter, I came into this role with great expectations and the determination to continue in the steps of those who came before me and to leave it a better organization for the next leader,” she said.
“I wanted to bring a different perspective to chapter activities, a goal that was met even beyond my expectations,” she continued. “And I attribute this success to a great team of fellow board members and committee volunteers, and our engaged membership.”
Ogunrinde’s goals focused around five core concepts: innovation, collaboration, connection, inclusion and well-being.Continue Reading