Win Tickets ($290): Portland Business Journal Presents 2019 CFO of the Year @ Hilton Hotel | Honoring Those Financial Pros in Oregon & SW Washington w/ Strong Record of Innovation

We are giving away a pair of tickets to CFO of the Year @ Hilton Hotel on May 23. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed Monday, May 20.



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From our sponsors:
Portland Business Journal Presents CFO of the Year
May 23, 2019
11a | Starts at $145
More info: bizjournals.com

Downtown Hilton
921 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97204

The CFO of an organization is a vital and often overlooked position in creating business success. This award honors those financial professionals in Oregon and SW Washington with a strong record of innovation in their fields, outstanding performance in their businesses and a clear track record of meaningful community involvement.

Plus, we’ll interview the CEO and CFO of Cambia Health and get the insight on their relationship, scope of work and how they plan to steer Cambia’s bright future. Hear from President and CEO Mark Ganz and Executive Vice President & CFO Vince Price in a rare sight into Cambia’s executive leadership.
HONOREES:

Small Private Company Category

Rick Boonstra, Opus Interactive

Ben Kaufman, RADAR

Mike Temple, PlusPoint Consulting

 

Medium Private Company Category

Brian Kuo, True Terpenes

Brandon Rogers, PakTech

Charlie Zupsic, Wall to Wall Tile & Stone

 

Large Private Company Category

Craig Stoehr, NAVEX Global

Gina Walker, TEC Equipment

Steve Zogas, Vigor Industrial

 

Nonprofit Company Category

Sarah Chisholm, Central City Concern

Kim Hodgkinson, PeaceHealth

Sean Whiteley-Ross, OCHIN

 

Public Company Category

Ran Bareket, CFO, nLight

Allen Muhich, ESI

SPEAKERS:

Mark Ganz, President & CEO, Cambia Health Solutions

Mark Ganz is president and chief executive officer of Cambia Health Solutions, a nonprofit total health solutions company dedicated to transforming health care by creating a person-focused and economically sustainable system. Mark is working to champion change, challenging leaders and Cambia employees to focus every decision on consumer needs.

Mark Ganz is president and chief executive officer of Cambia Health Solutions, a nonprofit total health solutions company dedicated to transforming health care by creating a person-focused and economically sustainable system. Mark is working to champion change, challenging leaders and Cambia employees to focus every decision on consumer needs.

Mark was recognized for his efforts by Modern Healthcare as a 100 Most Influential in Healthcare in 2018; and he was profiled in 2017 by The Harvard Business Review on his unique vision to embrace innovation and take strategic risks in collaborative leadership in The Boards New Innovation Imperative.

Vince Price, Executive Vice President & CFO, Cambia Health Solutions

Vince supports Cambia’s navigation of health care’s changing landscape by ensuring the organization’s ability to remain agile and innovative, yet strategically grounded and financially sound. As the leader of Cambia’s actuarial, underwriting, finance, and real estate and facilities teams, Vince helps guide the organization’s financial performance in line with its nonprofit mission.

Vince plays a key role in ensuring the financial stability of Cambia’s health insurance plans by providing strategic counsel and financial modeling in tune with the evolving dynamics of a post-reform market place. He and his teams work to identify and support internal cost-stewardship efficiencies that lead to reduced administrative costs, while establishing accurate product prices to ensure the company’s long-term ability to pay members anticipated claims.

Vince and his teams also lead the diversification of Cambia’s company portfolio by providing optionality and valuation in the development and capital allocation of more than a dozen direct health solutions companies. Value realization is critical to Cambia’s investment approach and Vince plays a critical role in establishing clear and rigorous performance expectations.

Vince joined the company in late 2009, having previously spent 15 years as a senior finance executive with Intel, then seven years as a consultant and CFO for a start-up. He serves on the board of trustees for BCS Financial’s Plan Investment Fund, the Oregon Health Sciences University Foundation, and Barrett Business Services, Inc. (BBSI).

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8 Responses to Win Tickets ($290): Portland Business Journal Presents 2019 CFO of the Year @ Hilton Hotel | Honoring Those Financial Pros in Oregon & SW Washington w/ Strong Record of Innovation

  1. Stephen May 7, 2019 at 3:22 pm #

    This would be a great opportunity for the CFO of our small company

  2. LeAnn Perry May 7, 2019 at 6:55 pm #

    We are new to Portland and we have financial background. It would be great to check out the local network at such a great celebration.

  3. Lisa Kendall May 7, 2019 at 7:18 pm #

    I’ve been to several PBJ events and always meet interesting people. Portland has a wonderful array of small businesses. I’d love to go again celebrate our movers and shakers.

    Thanks.

  4. Rossana May 7, 2019 at 8:42 pm #

    Would love to attend !

  5. Kathy Rankin May 8, 2019 at 12:07 pm #

    yOU DO KNOW YOU REPEATED THIS TWICE?

    Mark Ganz is president and chief executive officer of Cambia Health Solutions, a nonprofit total health solutions company dedicated to transforming health care by creating a person-focused and economically sustainable system. Mark is working to champion change, challenging leaders and Cambia employees to focus every decision on consumer needs.

    Mark Ganz is president and chief executive officer of Cambia Health Solutions, a nonprofit total health solutions company dedicated to transforming health care by creating a person-focused and economically sustainable system. Mark is working to champion change, challenging leaders and Cambia employees to focus every decision on consumer needs.

    I feel that to be successful in a career focused world that it is crucial to be observant to everything including when professionals make mistakes. Health care decisions are one of them. When dealing with a person’s health, one is not able to make any mistakes!
    I am a local photographer and writer and this event is very educational for those who wish to learn more about proven success in different career paths and to know what to do to be successful. A small business can not grow if there is no interest. I am interested in all Oregon smaller businesses and especially the ones that hire minorities. Or those with disabilities. As in healthcare, no one should have a door shut on them because they can’t pay or in the case of work, do a certain type of job. There has to be more equality in healthcare and in business for all.

  6. Syed Shah May 14, 2019 at 12:35 pm #

    Often people that do some major work in a company don’t get the recognition they should get. I would love to attend!

  7. rossana May 14, 2019 at 6:15 pm #

    I so need this. would love to take my 19 yr old, an young entrepreneur to this event !

  8. Robin May 18, 2019 at 4:32 pm #

    This would be very interesting. I would love to attend.

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