April 5, 2016 | 6:00 - 7:30 PM (Registration begins at 5:30)
First Presbyterian Church of Orlando | 106 E. Church Street | Edington Ministry Center | 3rd Floor, Sterchi Conference Room | Parking Garage located at Jackson/Rosalind - Bring parking ticket for validation
The Great Provide with Claire Fournier - There is incredible promise for you as a woman living and leading for Christ. As J4 Leaders in 2016 we are exploring the promises that God has made to us, His daughters. What would He have us do as His women in the marketplace? Which of His promises can we cling to as we face the challenges of everyday living? Join us as Claire Fournier shares about God's Promise that He will always provide.
Claire Fournier is a general board member for J4 Leaders. She serves as the Chief Strategic Partnership Officer for Orlando Health. Prior to her current position, she served for two years as the Chief Strategy Officer of Women’s Services. Leaving a 32-year business and entrepreneurial career, Fournier entered her “second career” in health care in 2012. Her life was saved after the birth of her son, Michael, at Arnold Palmer Hospital in 1996. She serves with the passion of a grateful patient, striving to make access to health care easier for women and their families. Moving forward, she will create partnerships with employers to improve of the health of their workforce through preventative care at Orlando Health.
Claire served on the Arnold Palmer Medical Center Foundation Board and Winnie Palmer Women’s Advisory Council as a volunteer until joining Orlando Health as a team member. She has been involved in numerous community organizations including serving as the Chairman of the Board of Shepherd’s Hope, which offers free health care to the working uninsured. She is a proud graduate of the University of Florida in communications and marketing. Claire currently serves her community on several Boards including: Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida, Winter Park Chamber of Commerce, J4 Leaders, United Way Women’s Executive Council and Hispanic Business Initiative Fund. One of her life mottos of service is, “to those whom much is given, much is expected."