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Corporate Medical Executives Address ‘Changing Landscape of Health and Wellness’

Why it matters: Officials of three Fortune 500 companies take part in panel discussion in Carey’s Distinguished Speakers Series.

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  • Executives represent Lockheed, ExxonMobil, and Citigroup.
  • Link available to hour-long, virtual presentation.
  • Event moderated by Carey’s Dean Alexander Triantis.
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The chief medical executives of three Fortune 500 companies – Lockheed Martin, ExxonMobil, and Citigroup – were the featured panelists in a recent presentation of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s Distinguished Speaker Series.

Moderated by Dean Alexander Triantis of the Carey Business School, the March 31, 2021, event focused on the strategies that organizations use to address the drastically changing landscape of health and wellness within business and society.

The panelists were Marleece Barber MD, MHCM, director of health and wellness and chief medical officer for Lockheed Martin; Victoria Weldon, MD, MPH, FACOEM, global medical director for ExxonMobil; and Lori Zimmerman, MD, corporate medical director for Citigroup.

thumbnail of the opening panel of the Distinguished Speaker series video

The virtual, hour-long presentation is available on Youtube.

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