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WOMEN IN STEM


Top Energy, Oil and Utility Companies


AEP - American Electric Power AES Corporation Alabama Power Company Alliant Energy Corporation Ameren Corporation American Electric Power Company, Inc. Bonneville Power Administration BP America, Inc. CenterPoint Energy, Inc. Chesapeake Energy Corporation Chevron Corporation Commonwealth Edison Co. Connecticut Light & Power Co. ConocoPhillips Consolidated Edison, Inc. Constellation Energy Group, Inc. Consumers Energy Company Detroit Edison Company, The Devon Energy Corporation Dominion Resources, Inc. DTE Energy Company Duke Energy Corporation Edison International Entergy Corporation EOG Resources, Inc. Exelon Corporation ExxonMobil Corporation Florida Power & Light Company (A subsidiary of NextEra Energy, Inc) Georgia Power Company Halliburton Company Hess Corporation Long Island Power Authority Los Angeles Department of Water & Power Marathon Oil Corporation NextEra Energy Occidental Petroleum Corporation PECO Energy Company Pepco Holdings Inc. PG&E Corporation (Pacific Gas and Electric) Philadelphia Gas Works Portland General Electric Company PPL Electric Utilities Corporation Progress Energy Florida Inc. Public Service Electric & Gas Company Reliant Energy Sempra Energy


Southern California Edison Company Southern Company TXU Energy Retail Co LP Valero Energy Virginia Electric & Power Company We Energies / Wisconsin Energy Corporation XTO Energy Inc.


38 PROFESSIONAL WOMAN’S MULTICULTURAL MAGAZINE


Dr. Geeta Nayyar, AT&T’s new Chief Medical Information Officer. CELEBRATING 11 YEARS OF DIVERSITY


AT&T Names Dr. Geeta Nayyar Chief Medical Information Officer


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ALLAS — Continuing its strong momentum in delivering healthcare solutions to patients and the institutions that serve them, AT&T announced the ap- pointment of Geeta Nayyar, M.D., M.B.A. as the company’s first Chief Medical In- formation Officer (CMIO). As CMIO, Dr. Nayyar will guide the


overall AT&T ForHealthSM strategy by providing industry expertise in evidence- based medicine, health outcomes, disease management and wellness. She will also help translate healthcare issues and tech- nology implications with a wide range of stakeholders including physicians, pa- tients, providers, policymakers and con- sumers. Dr. Nayyar complements AT&T’s deep bench of healthcare industry experts in the AT&T ForHealth practice area fo- cused on delivering advanced IT solutions to healthcare industry businesses. Dr. Nayyar received her Bachelor of Science Doctor of Medicine degrees from the University of Miami. She received her Master of Business Administration from George Washington University, where she practices and teaches as an Assistant Clin- ical Professor of Medicine in the Depart- ment of Rheumatology. Most recently, she served as Principal Medical Officer at Vangent Inc. and previously as Chief Medical Officer at Apco Worldwide Inc. “Dr. Nayyar has dedicated her career to


helping patients manage chronic condi- tions, so she understands first-hand how technology has the potential to improve disease management and lead to better pa- tient outcomes,” said Randall Porter, As- sistant Vice President, AT&T ForHealth. “Her unique perspective of bridging clini- cal medicine, business, communications and Health IT will further drive our tech- nology solutions designed to help the healthcare industry improve patient care and reduce costs.” “Now is a particularly exciting time in the healthcare industry because technolo- gy is being embraced like never before. Stakeholders from payers to providers and consumers are recognizing the value that innovative health technologies can bring to challenges that have plagued our healthcare system for years,” said Dr. Nayyar. “As a premier network and tech- nology leader, AT&T is uniquely posi- tioned to offer healthcare solutions that can help improve the overall quality of care in our country.” As a practicing physician, Dr. Nayyar


brings a comprehensive viewpoint to AT&T though her extensive experience in clinical


medicine, health technologies,


health policy, medical communications and public health. She also holds mem- berships and committee appointments in several professional organizations includ-


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