b'ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: STACEY ARMSTRONG The Stacey Armstrong was one year in toshe also has built relationships that her first management position whenenable her to improve the effectiveness she decided to enroll in Franklins MBAof her work. Staceys strong leadership Contributingprogram. A lifelong learner, Stacey hadskills and her ability to bring teams always been a high individual performer,together made her a perfect fit for her Factor but as a manager, she just felt likecurrent role as the chief operating officer something was missing. at Riverside Hospital. She earned her MBA while she continuedEach time shes advanced, shes been to advance at OhioHealth.able to contribute to the organization Staying true to the leadershipat a higher level, but Stacey hopes the principles she drafted in her veryI went from a manager most significant aspect of her work is her first MBA course, Stacey Armstrongto a director in a very short time.impact on others. chose to chart her career pathWhatever I was learning about inI want to equip a group of people in pursuit of opportunities tothe program, I was doing at thewho have that same level of contribute, rather than titles for same time. It accelerated both myambition and thought processes, as her rsum.leadership and my learning.well as a desire to drive change. With more than 20 years at OhioHealth, the theme of Staceys entire career revolves around recognizing what she knows and formulating a plan to obtain the experience she still needs. From the hospitals labs and IT to OhioHealths Physicians Group and Grant Hospitals C-suite, she made a concerted effort to diversify her knowledge. Along the way, 20 Clocktower | Alumni Spotlight'