"Our country depends on scientific and technical innovation and Kourtney is a leader in capturing the imagination of young girls and women to pursue these disciplines." John Elms, CEO of Critical Alert.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (PRWEB) September 30, 2020
Critical Alert is proud to announce that Kourtney Govro, VP of Clinical Services and Business Development, was chosen to give the keynote address at the 7th Annual STEMMy Awards Gala Luncheon. The event took place virtually on Thursday, September 24th.
The STEMMy Awards, hosted by the Central Exchange, celebrate women who are making a difference in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine in the Kansas City area. The annual luncheon recognizes the achievements of women in STEMM including business and civic leaders, students and educators, entrepreneurs and advocates who work together to ensure there are opportunities for women in these areas of business.
“We are proud of Kourtney and the mark she has made and continues to make on the STEMM community,” stated John Elms, CEO of Critical Alert. “Our country depends on scientific and technical innovation and Kourtney is a leader in capturing the imagination of young girls and women to pursue these disciplines. She has inspired many and will, no doubt, continue to do so as a role model with her passion and dedication to support women involved in STEMM,” said Elms.
“What a tremendous honor it was to be the keynote speaker at this year’s STEMMy awards,” said Kourtney Govro, vice president of clinical services and business development at Critical Alert. “Acknowledging inspiring and dedicated women in STEMM is so important, and I am delighted to have been a part of this event,” continued Govro.
Click Here to Watch Kourtney’s Keynote Address
About Critical Alert
Critical Alert offers a cost-effective solution set of enterprise-class, software-based products, services and strategies that enable hospitals and healthcare enterprises to give patients a voice, empower clinical staff with actionable intelligence, and unburden their support and IT teams. CommonPath Enterprise, our software-driven patient communications platform, is FDA-cleared as a Class II Medical Device and includes UL-1069 nurse call, overlay software to modernize legacy nurse call systems, alarm management & event notification, patient experience monitoring, advanced clinical analytics, and a portfolio of integrated partner offerings.
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About Central Exchange
Central Exchange empowers and connects women across generations, promotes equity for women, ignites confidence in women and cultivates and accelerates women leaders in Kansas City.