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Welcome to the podcast – “Story-Pod with Nischala”. As part of this exclusive podcast, you can tune into stories with amazing people across the world. Through these stories, you will listen to ideas that matter, real-world insights and positive inspiration.
As part of the series “The Shero Diaries”, our Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Nischala Murthy Kaushik talks with influential and powerful women leaders from across the world. In each episode, we profile a corporate shero and you will hear about their personal life and career journey, choices and decisions which influenced them and reflections from these experiences.
Our featured shero in this podcast Sheila Curr
In her current role as Global Head of Commercial Healthcare at Conduent, she is responsible for client management and growth across the company’s Payer, Provider and Pharma/ Life Sciences business units. Sheila is tasked with advancing the company’s commercial healthcare solutions to help clients reduce costs, streamline processes, and increase patient and member access to care. She is also responsible for guiding the company’s vision to deliver services that create a better-connected healthcare ecosystem where data sharing and collaboration result in truly patient-centric experiences for every person, every time.
Sheila Curr is a recognized healthcare industry veteran with a career that spans more than 25 years. She is a seasoned and strategic healthcare executive with a strong track record of success driving sales, growth, and partnerships in the healthcare space. Her areas of expertise include healthcare, technology, OEM, and retail with an emphasis on building business solutions based on clients’ requirements while delivering consistent revenue and ROI. Her previous experience includes senior leadership positions at companies such as Wipro, Concentrix, and IBM.
Sheila is mom to a 30 year old and loves to travel internationally in her free time.
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