November 5, 2021
On Friday, November 5, Martha’s Vineyard Hospital (MVH) was named among the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts of 2021 for the second year in a row. In a virtual ceremony with over 300 participants, Denise Schepici, MVH President and CEO, was announced as number 27 on the top 100 list.
Every year The Commonwealth Institute, a nonprofit that supports women business leaders, and the Boston Globe Magazine recognize the women power players driving the Massachusetts economy. 2021 marks the 21st year. Each organization was examined by its revenue and operating budget, workplace and management diversity, innovative projects, and several other variables prior to their ranking. Past honorees have come from fields ranging from biotechnology to architecture to retail, illustrating the diversity of women-led organizations across the Commonwealth.
Others recognized on the list from Mass General Brigham included Dr. Anne Klibanski, the CEO of Mass General Brigham, who was ranked 3rd, and Lynn Stofer, President of Mass General Brigham Community Physicians, who was ranked 24th.
“Being recognized on this list, among so many incredible women and businesses, is truly an honor. It is a testament to Martha’s Vineyard Hospital’s commitment to fostering an inclusive workplace and celebrates the work that women do here” said Denise Schepici, MVH President and CEO.
“The past year has been busier than ever, but our team’s commitment to caring for our patients and Island community has never wavered. Every day I am reminded of the privilege it is to work amongst such a strong and passionate group of people. I am so grateful to be able to share this recognition with the entire Martha’s Vineyard Hospital team, including all the women and men, who make this such a great place to work in caring for our community.”