The AHA seeks senior executives willing to share their time and expertise with the next generation of leaders who will help transform care. The AHA’s Next Generation Leaders Fellowship will match a number of carefully selected applicants with a mentor who will work with them one-on-one for 1-3 hours per month over the 12-month program. Complete the Mentor Interest Form by May 27 to support an up-and-coming health care leader for the 2022-2023 Fellowship. Selected mentors will be notified in early June.

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