LEAPS 2021 Update

Greetings Healthcare Executives!

The 2021 RDML Lewis E. Angelo Symposium has concluded! A heartfelt thank you to our amazing guest speakers who gave their time to present to over 300 healthcare leaders from across the world! Their commitment to advancing our sector and the innovative ideas that were shared will contribute immensely in transforming our organization into high performing teams and leaders. We reached our max capacity for this event. For those with Microsoft TEAMS accounts, a recording of the program is available at: 2021 LEAPS.

Congratulations to our 2021 Navy ACHE Regent Healthcare Executive Award winners:
Senior Level Career Healthcare Executive: CDR Elizabeth Raphael, Naval Medical Center San Diego, CA
Early Career Healthcare Executive: LTJG Kionna Myles, Naval Health Clinic Quantico, VA
Enlisted Healthcare Executive: HM1 Juan Osorio, U.S. Naval Hospital Rota, Spain

Also, congratulations to our 2021 High Reliability Organization Poster Showcase winners:
Clinical: Program Changes to Night Coverage in a Residency Training Program
Non-Clinical: Unmanned Air Vehicle Operator Selection

I would like to thank and recognize our sponsor, Kaiser Permanente, for their generous contribution to our program.

Finally, I would like to thank my LEAPS 2021 Committee for their enormous effort towards making this virtual event possible!

A survey was emailed to participants after the event. You may also click on this link to take the survey now: https://surveymonkey.com/r/5BVBB5P. Please take a few moments to let us know how we did. Your feedback is key in helping us improve future LEAPS events.

I appreciate your continuing support in building and shaping the future success of our Military Healthcare System and for being a valued ACHE member.

Looking forward to next year and an even better LEAPS 2022! 


LCDR Amanda Bradford, MSC, USN
LEAPS 2021 Committee Chairman

Chair: LCDR Amanda Bradford at amanda.p.bradford.mil@mail.mil
Vice Chair: LCDR Heather Neumeyer at heather.m.neumeyer.mil@mail.mil