The AHA’s American Society for Health Care Engineering has named Deanna Martin as its new executive director. A certified association executive, Martin has worked with ASHE for nine years, most recently as deputy executive director for operations.

“Deanna is a respected leader within ASHE who will work tirelessly to build a better future for ASHE members and their organizations,” says Dale Woodin, AHA vice president for professional membership groups. “Her rapid rise within the organization over the past decade demonstrates the dedication, creativity and focus that ASHE deserves and requires.”

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