Are you interested in becoming more involved with ACHENTX? Join one of our committees! Help organize an educational event, write an article for our newsletter, welcome members at networking events, mentor an early careerist. We always welcome helping hands.
The Advancement Committee Member provides support in identifying members who are eligible to advance to Fellow and supporting these individuals by coordinating resources and educational activities.
The Communications Committee Member provides support in promoting and maintaining communications among Chapter members through print and electronic mediums to ensure effective and timely communication among the Chapter members.
Diversity and Inclusion Committee
The goal of the D&I Committee is to drive diversity and inclusiveness within all aspects of healthcare through empowering, educating, and engaging healthcare executives.
Diversity and Inclusion Networks
ACHE's Asian Healthcare Leaders Community
The Asian Healthcare Leaders Community welcomes individuals interested in the distinct opportunities and issues of Asian-American healthcare executives, with value-added benefits developed specifically for Community members.
ACHENTX’s Women’s Healthcare Executives Network (WHEN)
The purpose of the ACHENTX WHEN is to enrich and strengthen women in healthcare leadership thorough a variety of career development opportunities inspiring professional and personal growth.
ACHE’s LGBTQ Healthcare Leaders Community
The LGBTQ Healthcare Leaders Community within the American College of Healthcare Executives offers value-added benefits developed specifically for those individuals interested in the distinct opportunities and issues of LGBTQ healthcare executives. The formation of this Community represents ACHE’s ongoing commitment to advance diversity and inclusion in healthcare leadership within ACHE and the profession. This platform is for Community members to exchange ideas with one another. This is a private online community in which only those who are authorized have access. We’ll also occasionally hear from ACHE staff with items of interest.
National Association of Health Service Executives (NAHSE)
The National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) is a non-profit association of Black health care executives founded in 1968 for the purpose of promoting the advancement and development of Black health care leaders, and elevating the quality of health care services rendered to minority and underserved communities.
NAHSE’s purpose is to ensure greater participation of minority groups in the health field. Its basic objective is to develop and maintain a strong viable national body to more effectively have input in the national health care delivery system. It has provided a vehicle for Blacks to effectively participate in the design, direction and delivery of quality health care to all people.
NAHSE will be recognized globally as the premier professional membership society for Blacks in health care management. NAHSE strives to improve the health status, economic opportunities and educational advancement of the communities we serve. NAHSE is committed to the Association goals by providing: Professional Programs/Workshops Educational Programs A Job Bank/Mentoring Scholarship Student Internship Community Service Projects Health Policy Impact Expanding Business Contracting Opportunities.
NAHSE places its origin as far back as the early 1930’s, when a group of black health executives formed what was then called the National Hospital Association (NHA), an affiliate of the National Medical Association (NMA). In 1936, a meeting of all “Negro hospital executives” was called and held at Lincoln Hospital in Durham, NC. At that meeting, the NHA was renamed the National Conference of Hospital Administration (NCHA). Dr. Albert W. Dent was named Chairman and Mr. John Procope was named Secretary-Treasurer. After several changes in leadership, the Conference’s activities were limited to one informal meeting held in conjunction with the annual AHA meeting. In 1968, NAHSE was formed and Mr. Everett V. Fox was named the first President.
Since its inception, NAHSE has sponsored and participated in local and national programs designed to improve quality, access, and availability of health services and to expand educational opportunities in the field of health services administration. NAHSE has a proud heritage, one we celebrate each and every year at our National Educational Conference.
National Association of Latino Healthcare Executives (NALHE)
The National Association of Latino Healthcare Executives is a national organization led by Latino/Latina executive leaders of U.S. hospitals and healthcare organizations and experts in the fields of health care policy and practice. NALHE was founded in 2005 to increase senior-level Latino/Latina representation in hospitals and health systems in the United States. Our goal is to create a future workforce of highly talented Latino/Latina healthcare executives who can meet the challenge of delivering and improving healthcare in our diverse communities. Since 2005, we have succeeded on many fronts, including:
- Growing our membership
- Strengthening our Board of Directors
- Gaining sponsorships from major healthcare organizations
- Establishing formal collaboration with the American College of Healthcare Executives, Hospital Association/Institute for Diversity, Cleveland Clinic and others
- Being recognized by “Modern Healthcare” for leadership excellence, including naming two Board members to the “Top 25 Minority Executives” and two Board members as “Up & Comers”
Advancing Latino Health and the Latino Healthcare Community
To promote health equity for Latino communities by increasing Latino/a representation within healthcare systems and by supporting policy, legislation and regulation that seeks to improve health and healthcare for diverse communities.
To be the professional association of choice that transforms the Latino and Latina experience in the national healthcare leadership space.
The Education Committee Member provides assistance by actively participating in the planning and implementation of programs for the educational development of Chapter members.
Membership and Networking Committee
The Membership and Networking Committee Member provides support in developing strategies for meeting member’s needs. This includes member recruitment/retention activities, orienting members, and helping to organize events to assist in these areas.
The Mentorship Committee Member provides support in the development and coordination of the annual executive mentorship program and related activities.
Retirees / Life Fellows Committee
The Retirees / Life Fellows Committee focuses on creating programming for those in our chapter who are retired, including but not limited to those who have advanced to become Life Fellows of ACHE. The committee also looks for ways for the chapter to better tap into the experience and wisdom these seasoned professionals can offer others in the chapter – including participating in our mentorship program, serving as speakers at chapter events, etc.
The Sponsorship Committee provides support in raising funds from companies and institutions to support the Chapter’s education programs, networking events, membership activities and for ACHE Congress scholarships.
The Student Council focuses on offering programs and services to support students studying to move into healthcare administration. This includes the annual student case study competition and the annual New Horizons event.