Impact Makers is pleased to announce three new members of our Board of Directors: Dena Frith Moore, Dan Neuwirth and Karen Coleman.
Dena Frith Moore, Founder & Owner, DFM Advisory, LLC
Ms. Frith Moore is an executive with strong skills in strategy development and implementation, relationship building, and personnel management, including career and skills coaching/mentoring, project management, legal and regulatory, finance and operations. In 2012, she founded DFM Advisory, providing strategic and operational consulting to nonprofit and for-profit organizations. Previously, Dena was with Harris Williams & Co, as a Managing Director & Chief Operating Officer, and Investment Banker. She has an M.A. from Virginia Commonwealth University and a B.S. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel hill. Dena is a Standards for Excellence Licensed Consultant.
Dan Neuwirth, President & CEO, MedCPU Americas
Mr. Neuwirth has extensive executive and entrepreneurial leadership experience in healthcare technology and services. Prior to joining MedCPU, Dan led strategic growth and development activities for GE Healthcare’s Performance Solutions business with responsibility for acquisitions, partnership development and strategic investments. Dan joined GE following its acquisition of Agility
Healthcare Solutions, where he was co-founder and chief operating officer. Before founding Agility, Dan was senior vice president of operations for McKesson Medical-Surgical, a $3 billion division of McKesson Corp., where he led the company’s overall operating strategy and distribution operations.
Karen Emmett Coleman, President & Founder, Mount Royal Associates
Ms. Coleman is president and founder of Mount Royal Associates, a strategic consulting firm. She was previously Associate Dean of External Affairs for the VCU School of Business and Executive Director of the VCU School of Business Foundation and Clinical Faculty in the VCU Finance, Insurance and Real Estate Department. Prior to VCU, she worked in the investments industry, beginning on Wall Street at J.P. Morgan in 1984. She moved to Richmond in 1990 to join Lowe, Brockenbrough & Tattersall as a Senior Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, a position she held for seven years before “retiring” temporarily to care for her three children. More recently, she was a partner at Private Advisors, Inc, a manager of alternative investment funds and at Strategic Balance, LLC, a long short equity partnership. Ms. Coleman holds a B.Sc. in Applied Mathematics from Brown University and an MBA from Stanford University.