Nikki Taylor, of Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation, was recently nominated for SRQ Magazine Women Leaders in Business & Philanthropy Luncheon

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SARASOTA, Fla. (April 23, 2015)

SMHF’s own Nikki Taylor Nominated for Women in Business Award

Nikki Taylor, of Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation, was recently nominated for SRQ Magazine Women Leaders in Business & Philanthropy Luncheon. In response to the nomination Taylor said “I am truly honored. We are in a community full of talented business women who never cease to amaze. Connecting with these amazing individuals inspires me. I feel lucky to have such amazing role models. Congratulations to all of this year’s nominees.” CEO, President, and Trustee Alex Quarles said of Taylor “We are so thrilled to have Nikki as part of our team at Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation. We know we will see great things from her!”

Taylor, who handles marketing at Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation champions fundraising and marketing efforts that relate to healthcare. This also happens to be her personal mission as her father died of a rare illness in 2010. Taylor says “To improve the healthcare for Sarasota through engagement and philanthropy changes so many things and in my case, the “patient” was my Dad. When it happens to you, this all becomes very real. Having world renowned physicians, facilities and clinicians in our backyard makes for an ongoing effort.”

This year’s Women in Leadership luncheon took place at The Francis. This program is part of Women in Business, an initiative developed by SRQ Magazine that is meant to engage and empower women in our community. Previous Women in Business inductees include: Lee-En Chung, Barbara Zdravecky, and Massaro- Fain to name a few. This year’s Keynote speaker was Pam Van Der Lee, Chief Marketing Officer of iMatchitive.

About Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation, Inc. Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization with the mission to improve the delivery of healthcare for the Sarasota area through the acquisition and utilization of philanthropic funds. Since 1976, the Foundation has awarded more than $60 million to support patient care, research, education, state-of-the-art medical technology and facilities. For more information on how you can give to your healthcare partner call (941) 917-1286 or visit www.smhf.org or follow us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/SarasotaMemorialHealthcareFoundationInc)

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Tomorrow’s Medical Care, Today.  ENVISION the possibilities… For 39 years, Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation, Inc. has supported patient care, research, education, technology and facilities for the Sarasota community.

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