Member Spotlight

Meet Hewotte Theodros

Hewotte works as a Managerial Consultant for The Permanente Medical Group of Kaiser Permanente. What initially drew Hewotte to her career was the "ability to work closesly with providers to discover inefficiencies, ideate, and execute innovative solutions that help to care for those in out commubnity better and mroe efficiently!" As the WOTY Planning Committee Co-Chair, Hewotte helps make the "annual Gala an inspiting event by introducing new and exciting ideas and helping to ensure a smooth event." Hewotte's go-to recipe for cold nights is this Instant Pot Detox Turmeric Vegetable Soup: https://tastythin.com/detox-turmeric-veggie-soup-whole30-paleo/

 

Meet Ida Bezabeh

Ida is the President of Women Health Care Executives (WHCE) and a Senior Managerial Consultant for The Permanente Medical Group, Kaiser Permanente. As the WHCE President, Ida strategizes and oversees WHCE's twenty-one-person Board of Directors. One of Ida's favorite WHCE memories is attending her first Woman of the Year Gala as a scholarship recipient in 2015. During the Women of the Year Gala, Ida was "in complete awe at the room full of amazing women in healthcare [and has] been hooked [by Women Health Care Executives] ever since! A podcast Ida recommends is "On Purpose by Jay Shetty for its great inspiration and wisdom on life, love, health and personal growth.” 

 

Meet Sheila Baxter 

Sheila works for Kaiser Permanente in the KP Digital Office, Strategic Partnership as the Principal of Business Development. Sheila finds the ability to "work with innovative leaders and strategic partners to develop and/or create digital solutions to enhance the clinical and/or member experience" an intriguing aspect of her current position. Within Women Health Care Executives (WHCE), Sheila serves as a co-chair for the Communications Subcommittee and has been a member of the WHCE board for over two years. Sheila states that “the purpose of the Communications Subcommittee is to increase social awareness of WHCE as an organization while simultaneously promoting WHCE events." An interesting fact that most people do not know about Sheila is that she has a twin sister!