Executives in Residence
The Executive-in-Residence position is an exciting addition to our program that directly benefits you as a student! The Executive-in-Residence generally makes a one to two year commitment and provides six to eight hours per week of their time conversing in classes, helping to reconcile academic and professional perspectives for students, and working with faculty.
Mr. Sid Mitchell has a comprehensive background both in health care, education and consulting. His health care experience includes his role as president and CEO of Pascack Valley Hospital, Westwood, New Jersey; president and CEO of The University Hospital of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey; president and CEO at the University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center; COO at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, assistant administrator at the University of North Carolina Medical Center. He also spent time in Jordan, opening the new King Abdullah University Hospital there. Mr. Mitchell was an assistant professor for six years at the Good Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing; St. Joseph’s College, University of Cincinnati, University of North Carolina and State University of New York. In the consulting arena, he has worked in Morocco, Poland, Jordan, Lebanon, Russia, China and Trinidad. Mr. Mitchell is also a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Mrs. Joyce Huber is the Manager of Health Services at GE. Joyce joined GE in 1984 with the Sourcing Department as a non-exempt Procurement Coordinator for GE Aircraft Engines Business Group. Before joining GE, she worked for 5 years across a variety of roles in the apparel industry. While in Sourcing, Joyce held a number of positions with increasing responsibility including Buyer, Contracting Agent, Manager, GE Small and Diverse Business Programs Leader and Leader for GE Aircraft Engines Health Care Sourcing.
In 1996 she transitioned into HR as the GE Aircraft Engines Manager Health Services. In this role, she also spent 5 years as Co-Chair for the GE Aircraft Engines Diversity Council and recently received her EB+ Six Sigma Black Belt certification.
Joyce holds a bachelors degree in Marketing from Xavier University.
Joyce is married and lives in Cincinnati with her son (Robby 20), daughter (Tori 17) and husband Scott. She recently started taking piano lessons and also enjoys cooking, dirt bikes, and riding her Sea Doo at Norris Lake.
Emeritus Executive-in-Residence: Mr. Tom Wilburn was the program's first executive-in-residence. Mr. Wilburn retired in 1999 after a long and distinguished career in the health services industry. His last position was President and Chief Executive Officer of TriHealth, Inc., a community partnership between Bethesda Hospital Inc and Good Samaritan Hospital. In 1998, he received the Donald R. Newirk Award given by the Ohio Hospital Association and the Regent's Award of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Wilburn was also selected as Preceptor of the Year in 1979.
Emeritus Executive-in-Residence: Mr. Terry White is the retired President and CEO of The MetroHealth System in Cleveland, Ohio He served as chief executive officer and director of the University of Cincinnati Hospital for three years. From 1986 to 1991, he was executive vice president and then senior executive vice president at University Hospitals of Cleveland. Prior to that, he was president and chief executive officer of Lutheran Medical Center from 1974 to1986. Before coming to Lutheran, Mr.White spent almost seven years as administrator of South Side Hospital, a unit of theYoungstown Hospital Association. In 2004 Mr.White received the Steve D. Bullock Humanitarian Award from the American Red Cross. He also received the American College of Healthcare Executives Regent Award in 1996. Mr. White was Outstanding Preceptor of the Year in 2003 and received the Distinguished Alumni Service Award in 1994.