Woolridge to lead cancer charity
A former One Bermuda Alliance senator is the new chief executive of Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre.
Lynn Woolridge has worked in life and health insurance in Bermuda and Canada for more than 30 years and has served as head of international life for the Argus Group.
Ms Woolridge said: “I am delighted to be joining Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre and truly appreciate the opportunity to lead this unique not-for-profit, made up of such an accomplished group of individuals.
“All of my colleagues are committed to collaborating with partners in cancer control across our community to change and improve how Bermuda’s residents experience cancer.
Judy White, president of the board of directors at BCHC, said: “Lynne’s appointment comes at an exciting time for the not-for-profit as we work on advancing our work in cancer prevention, early detection, radiation therapy and care in our community while supporting ongoing collaborative work with our clinical affiliations and partners.
“She brings a wealth of business and leadership management experience as we look to strengthen our working relationships within the healthcare system to better serve our patients.”
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