Emerging Stronger: Lessons Learned Since 2020 and Implications for Leadership and Governance
Join Minnesota Law for our second Matheson Lecture in Corporate Governance. A lecture series created with a gift from Dean ’08 and Diana Matheson to honor Dean’s father and Minnesota Law professor John Matheson and to highlight the valuable work being done within the Corporate Institute. Learn more about the Corporate Institute.
About our Speaker:
Andrea Walsh is president and chief executive officer for Minnesota-based HealthPartners, the largest, consumer-governed, nonprofit health care organization in the nation. Throughout her career, Walsh has been passionate about health and deeply committed to making a difference in people’s lives. Today, she leads a team of more than 26,000 people focused on the mission of improving health and well-being in partnership with patients, members, and the community.
Prior to her appointment as president and CEO in 2017, Walsh was part of the HealthPartners senior executive team for more than 20 years. She served as executive vice president and chief marketing officer for nearly 15 years and joined HealthPartners in 1994 as senior vice president and corporate counsel. Prior to joining HealthPartners, she practiced law and was an assistant commissioner at the Minnesota Department of Health. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School and the University of Kansas.
Walsh has a long history of community service. She currently serves on and chairs the boards of the YMCA of the North and the Minnesota Business Partnership.
HealthPartners is an integrated health system serving 1.8 million health plan members and 1.2 million patients. Based in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin, it includes a care delivery system with a multi-specialty group practice of 1,800 physicians, a dental practice including 80 dentists, eight hospitals, top-rated medical and dental health plans, and the HealthPartners Institute which leads research and educational training for the system.
A brief reception will follow the lecture in Auerbach Commons.
If you are unable to attend the in-person lecture, a video recording will be available and linked from this event page following the event.