Pamela currently serves as our Women of Excellence Chair. She is President of ZD Management, Inc., a healthcare consulting and management company serving clients throughout the nation. Pamela also serves as Chief Executive Officer of Millennium Radiology, Inc. (MRI), a comprehensive diagnostic and interventional radiology company serving the Greater Cincinnati area.
In addition to leading ZD Management and MRI, Pamela has consulted with many health care organizations over the years. Hospital and Medical Group Joint Ventures (JVs) are an area of specialization for Pamela. Over the last twenty-five years, Pamela has formed more than three dozen JVs involving hospitals and medical groups. These JVs included ambulatory surgery centers, MSOs, ACOs and diagnostic centers to name a few.
She received a B.S.B.A. and M.H.A. degree from Xavier University in Cincinnati. Pamela has preceptored twelve residents from Xavier University and the University of Florida Graduate Healthcare Programs. She is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and The American College of Medical Practice Executives (FACMPE). Pamela serves on the President's Advisory Council (PAC) at Xavier University in Cincinnati and Chairs the Xavier University Women of Excellence (WOX).
Pamela is married to Steven C. David and resides in Blue Ash, Ohio with their three sons; Benjamin, age 18, Gabriel, age 16 and Noah, age 14. All her other children have four legs and are to numerous to name. She enjoys reading, cooking, golf and enjoying time with her family.
We asked Pamela to share her thoughts on Women of Excellence and this is what she had to share:
"As a member of the President's Advisory Council, I was asked to sit on the WOX Committee when it was first formed. Prior to that time, I was a member of the Social Sciences Committee, a subcommittee of PAC. I was delighted to join WOX, as engaging students, faculty, alumni and friends of Xavier through the Women of Excellence is very important to me.
"Xavier now graduates more females every year than it does males. Obviously, this is very different than prior to the early 1970s when Xavier was an all-male school. In addition, faculty and friends of Xavier include many females. Engaging women through WOX is one of our top priorities. The Women of Excellence has three committees, which include Development, Mentoring and Events. We try to engage women and men through all of these committees.
"Women of Excellence is a passion of mine, and I have been excited to watch it grow over the last several years. I am honored to chair Women of Excellence and hope to see it grow through participation in our events, donations to the Giving Circle, donations to our endowed scholarship fund, and assisting Career Services in connecting with mentees by identifying mentors."