Community Health Charities Welcomes Charleeda Redman to National Board of Directors

Share Article

Registered nurse and health executive Redman joins to build stronger, healthier communities

Community Health Charities proudly welcomes new Board Member Charleeda Redman, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives and Population Health, at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in Philadelphia.

“Charleeda brings a wide range of experience and expertise in the field of health,” said Community Health Charities President and CEO Thomas Bognanno. “We are fortunate to have her join our organization’s Board as we expand into addressing the broader factors that impact health and empower people to take action to improve health and wellbeing in their community.”

Redman is responsible for providing strategic guidance for establishing and implementing high priority programs across an enterprise of 14 acute care hospitals, seven urgent care centers, 19 outpatient centers, and expanding ambulatory care practice settings. She assists in the development and integration of a clinical information systems for the Clinical Pillar, and oversees process improvement programs, workflow redesign, and continuing education. She has been a registered nurse for over 20 years and worked in hospital case management for more than 18 of those years. For the last three years, her area of concentration has been in healthcare informatics.

Redman is the recipient of numerous honors including HealthShare Exchange (HSX) Champion Award (2018), New Pittsburgh Courier 50 Women of Excellence (2012), 40 Under 40 Recognition (2010), Manchester’s Who’s Who of Executives and Professionals (2005), and KDKA-TV Lift-up Award (2003) for Hard work and Dedication in the workplace. She has been a member of ACMA since 2005 and is Past President of the Western Pennsylvania Chapter. She is also a member of Sigma-Theta-Tau Nursing Honor Society and the American Organization of Nurse Executives.

Redman joins an impressive national Board of corporate professionals and nonprofit executives working to build stronger, healthier communities. Her official term on the Community Health Charities National Board of Directors will begin at the February board meeting, hosted by The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta.

About Community Health Charities
Community Health Charities has been empowering people to improve health and wellbeing for over 60 years, by raising awareness and resources for health and wellbeing. We support education, treatment, and prevention for those with health challenges; bring organizations together to improve community health; provide individuals with opportunities to get involved; and increase the capacity of nonprofit organizations. Visit or @healthcharities.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Amanda Ponzar
Follow >
Visit website