MARY GRADY DUDEN 1901 WALNUT STREET 10C PHILADELPHIA, PA 19103 215 568-7272 [email protected] [email protected] PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE DUDENANDERSON, LLC Partner 2007 – Present DREXEL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Associate Professor (Adjunct) 2003 – Present MERCY INVESTMENT PROGRAM Board Chairperson and CEO 1999 – 2010 MERCY HEALTH FOUNDATION Chief Financial Officer/Vice President NORTH PHILADELPHIA HEALTH SYSTEM Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President Member (ex officio), Executive/Finance Committee, Board of Directors 2002 – 2007 1995 - 2002 Chief Executive Officer St. Joseph's Hospital MERCY HEALTH SYSTEM Corporate Vice President, Ambulatory Care Mercy Health System 1988 - 1995 Chief Financial Officer, Vice President Mercy Hospital of Philadelphia DELAWARE VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH Director of Finance 1980 - 1988 REPRESENTATIVE ACCOMPLISHMENTS Founded consulting firm to provide business solutions for the social sector. Current work includes financial turnarounds, Board development, strategic planning, financial analysis and support, and business operations. Led reorganization of $400+ million Pooled Investment Corporation. Implemented expansion plan – increased funds invested from $179million to $400+ million. Returns matched or exceeded sector indices. Developed syllabus, “Advanced Financial Management”, for Drexel University School of Public Health. Teaching responsibilities include: “Advanced Financial Management”; “Management, Leadership and Health Assurance”. Developed and led “Mercy Circle of Care”, an integrated system of care for un- and under-insured residents of West/Southwest Philadelphia and Southeastern Delaware County. Over 20 years experience as member of Board audit and finance committees. Completed $38M balance sheet restructuring plan – HUD 242 mortgage backed AAA bonds. Responsible for fiscal, risk management and MIS operations; initiated and directed major modifications to services; improved quality and increased profitability. Developed and implemented financial policies. Initiated and directed formal fiscal education program for management and employees: consistent improvement in financial management at all levels of the organization. Integrated cost accounting with financial evaluation models. Expanded use of metric accountability throughout healthcare system. Led and directed five-year strategic financial planning processes. Developed and led multi-team approach for problem solving across organizations. Led a culturally - diverse ambulatory care organization (FQHC) through an eight year period of growth from 18,000 to 110,000 visits per year. Financed, purchased sites, designed and constructed three comprehensive ambulatory (FQHC) centers (1980 - 1985) winning the Rudy Bruner Award for Excellence in the Urban Environment. Negotiated, implemented and managed ambulatory care contracts with city, state and federal governments. Worked directly with City and State Departments of Health and the Department of Health and Human Services to coordinate and integrate ambulatory services for women and children, and the mentally ill. PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS "Stewardship", presented to Sisters of Mercy Leadership Conference, Summit, NJ. "The Wellness Place: An Ambulatory Care Center for the 21st Century." American Hospital Association, Society for Ambulatory Care Professionals, St. Louis, MO. April 1997. "Career Paths and Opportunities for Women", presented to Boeing Defense & Space Group Mentor Program at Helicopter Division, Philadelphia, PA "Finance as Mission", presented to the Sponsorship Committee of the Board of Directors, Catholic Health East. "Capital Formation", presented for the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services at the Regionally Coordinated Training Center, Pittsburgh, PA and the Region III Conference, Virginia Beach, VA. "Racism in Health Care: A Financial Viewpoint": presented at the Fourth Annual Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Conference, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, PA. "Budgeting for Primary Care Services", presented for the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services at the Region III Conference, Virginia Beach, VA. "Financial Management of Ambulatory Care", presented for the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services at the Region III Conference, Virginia Beach, VA. "Programmatic and Financial Data Collection and Analysis", presented for the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services to the National Health Service Corps, Philadelphia, PA. Sonja Krause, Allan L. Smith & Mary G. Duden. “Polymer Mixtures Including Random Copolymers. Zeroth Approximation.” The Journal of Chemical Physics. September 15, 1965: 2144-2145 EDUCATION Master of Business Administration Accounting & Finance Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA Bachelor of Arts Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA BOARD/COMMUNITY/VOLUNTEER AFFILIATIONS Healthy Philadelphia Founding Board Member Drexel University, School of Public Health Chair, Dean’s Advisory Board Delaware Valley Community Health Vice-Chairperson Chair, Finance & Audit Committee Cranaleith Spiritual Center Chair, Finance & Audit Committee AWARDS Medicaid Health Plans of America Joy Wheeler Leadership Award, 2008 Mercy Neighborhood Ministries Trocaire Award, 2008 Drexel University Service to Community Award, 2007 Follmer Bronze Merit Award The 1987 Rudy Bruner Award for Excellence in the Urban Environment PRIOR BOARD MEMBERSHIP Mercy Investment Program Maternity Care Coalition Project H.O.M.E. Philadelphia Society for Services to Children Mercy Neighborhood Ministries Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition Rittenhouse Plaza, Inc.