The GE Foundation announced a $20M commitment to maternal and child health programs in Africa that I feel particularly passionate about.1 As it’s all about playing an active role in achieving better health and saving lives of moms and babies … Read more
About Suzanne Kroll
Suzanne Kroll is the Senior Global Product Marketing Manager, Maternal-Infant Care within GE Healthcare IT. In this role, Suzanne develops the global integrated marketing plans for the maternal and infant care area. Prior to joining GE Healthcare in October 2010, Suzanne was an independent healthcare marketing consultant where she focused on growth initiatives for an ambulatory surgical center and a medical practice. Prior to this role, Suzanne spent over seven years at Navistar, in a variety of marketing roles, most recently as the Strategic Planning Director of Marketing, where she was instrumental in developing and executing global B2B strategic marketing plans, marketing communications, and branding initiatives. Earlier in her career, Suzanne worked 10 years on strategic marketing and business development initiatives at Illinois-based hospitals and health systems, including Edward Health System, Advocate Healthcare, and Rush University Medical Center.
Suzanne holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Southern Illinois University and a Master of Health Administration (MHA) from Governors State University. Suzanne lives outside of Chicago, IL with her husband and two sons.
Part 3 of a 3-part series on global maternal and infant health Read part 1 of this series here Read part 2 of this series here September is National Infant Mortality Awareness month! In this third installment of my blog … Read more
Part 2 of a 3-part series on global maternal and infant health Read part 1 of this series here Earlier this year, I traveled to United Arab Emirates to attend the 2014 Arab Health Congress, where I met many healthcare … Read more
Content: Part 1 of a 3 part series on global maternal and infant health The global deadline for countries to meet the Eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015 is fast approaching. It was September 2000 when the United Nation’s … Read more