President of Victory Health to give keynote at Founders Day
Lake Erie College will honor its founders with a celebration featuring President of Victory Health, Kelly Victory MD, FACEP, Nov. 5 at 2:00 p.m. in the Morley Music Building.
Founders Day is an event, open to the community, which honors the founding of the 152-year old institution. The program will include a multi-media presentation on the history of the College, involvement of descendents of the original founding fathers and a keynote address given by Victory, managing partner of Health Services, Luxemburg Capital
Victory will discuss “Opportunities for Entrepreneurship in Healthcare.” She is a residency-trained, board certified trauma and emergency specialist with more than 13 years of clinical experience. She served as the chief medical officer for Whole Health Management for more than five years before leading their new Health & Wellness Division. During that time, she led the medical team of more than 700 health professionals in the delivery of on-site health and wellness services. Additionally, she developed innovative health risk and disease management programs that generated superior clinical outcomes for patients.
Prior to her work at Whole Health, Victory worked in health care investment banking, raising money for health care service, life sciences technology and medical device companies. She also co-founded and managed a medico-legal consulting firm specializing in case review and care quality assessments for physicians and hospitals. Victory is an expert in disaster preparedness and the medical management of mass casualties, as well as quality assurance programs.
Victory is a trustee of the Town Hall Speakers Bureau of Cleveland, a trustee of Lake Erie College and a board member of the Golden Age Centers. She holds a bachelor of science degree from Duke University, did post graduate study in literature at Oxford University, England, has an master’s of science in clinical psychology from the University of Illinois and received her medical degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
The Founders Day program is free and open to the public. For more information, call 440.296.1856.