Ivy Tech Names VP For Healthcare

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Ivy Tech Community College has named Mary Anne Sloan vice president for healthcare. She most recently served as a vice president at Thomas P. Miller and Associates. Sloan also spent eight years at Purdue University in several positions including managing director of the Office of Corporate and Global Affairs and director of Purdue Healthcare Advisors. She was also employed with United Healthcare and Arnett Health Plans, both in Lafayette.

In her career, Sloan served as a nurse and commissioned officer in the United States Navy, both on active duty and in the reserves, achieving the rank of lieutenant commander. In April 2014, Sloan was awarded the School of Nursing “Golden Nugget” Award from Purdue University and in April 2010, awarded the Career Achievement Award from the Purdue University School of Nursing. She is on the board of directors and the Governance Committee Chair, for Indiana Intern.Net, and on the board of directors for the Greater Lafayette United Way.

Sloan earned her Masters of Business Administration/Health Care Management degree from University of Phoenix, and her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Purdue University. She is a licensed registered nurse by the State of Indiana.

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