Virtual Talent & Workforce Luncheon featuring Keynote Speaker Carl Armato, CEO of Novant Health
Creating an inclusive culture has a powerful effect on team member engagement
Hear from Novant Health president and chief executive officer, Carl S. Armato, as he discusses how intentional efforts around creating an inclusive culture is the right thing to do for your team members and can be good for business. Registered ticket holders will receive a gift bag which will include a $10 FU Wangz gift card.
Carl S. Armato - President and Chief Executive Officer
Carl S. Armato is president and chief executive officer of Novant Health. He joined Novant Health in 1998 as vice president of finance and operations for physician divisions in both Charlotte and Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Armato has also served as senior vice president of materials management and logistics for Novant Health. In 2003, Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center appointed Armato as chief operating officer and later promoted him to president and CEO in January 2004. He became president of Novant Health markets in 2008 and chief operating officer of the system in 2011. The board of trustees appointed him to his current position in January 2012.
Before joining Novant Health, Armato was vice president of operations for First Care Physicians and director of finance for General Health System in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He was also a senior tax/audit consultant for Ernst & Young in the Baton Rouge office prior to beginning his career in healthcare. Armato holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from the University of Southwestern Louisiana and a Master of Business Administration from Norwich University of Vermont.
He is a certified public accountant licensed in Louisiana, by the State Board of CPAs of Louisiana and in North Carolina, by the North Carolina State Board of Certified Public Accountant Examiners. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants, and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Armato serves on the Vizient Inc. Board of Directors as well as the Vizient Inc. Finance Committee, the American Heart Association Southeast Board of Directors, the Charlotte Executive Leadership Council, the American Hospital Association Committee on Health Care Strategy and Innovation, and the JDRF North Carolina Executive Council, where he is a founding member. His past service includes work with the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce, the American Hospital Association Governing Council, the Wall Street Journal CEO Council, Knights of Columbus, Mecklenburg Citizens for Public Education and the Friends of Scouting.
He has authored 2 books, It's Never Just Another Monday and A Future With Hope: An Inspiring Guide to Overcoming Diabetes, in addition to multiple articles featured on CNN, The New England Journal of Medicine, and the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
In 2013, Armato was recognized by the Triad Business Journal as one of the Most Influential People in the Triad, and by the Public Relations Society of America, Charlotte Chapter, with the Pegasus Award. He is also a recipient of the 2015 Father of the Year Award by the American Diabetes Association, Charlotte Chapter, as well as the 2020 recipient of the Steven Schroeder Award for Outstanding Healthcare CEO from Costs of Care. Additionally, Armato has been recognized by the Triad Business Journal and Charlotte Business Journal as a Most Admired CEO.
In the past year, Novant Health has been named as the new No. 1 company for 2021 Best Places to Work for Women & Diverse Managers, ranked No. 6 in the Top 25 Companies in the greater Charlotte area, ranked No. 13 in the Third annual list of America’s Best Employers by State (NC), and had six nurses listed as The Great 100 Nurses’ Award Recipients of 2021.
Date and Time
Wednesday Sep 22, 2021
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM EDT
Virtual meeting details will be shared with registered attendees on Tuesday, September 21 at 4:00 pm.
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