Suzanne Borgos, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at Capital Health

Greater Trenton, an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit that uses private funding and a network of collaborative relationships to advance economic revitalization efforts in Trenton, announced the board appointment of Suzanne Borgos, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at Capital Health. Borgos will fill the seat of Dennis Dooley, who was recently presented with a resolution in appreciation of distinguished service for his key role serving as a founding member of Greater Trenton’s Board of Directors since 2016.

Greater Trenton’s Board of Directors and staff expressed heartfelt appreciation for Dennis Dooley, who was the former Vice President of Communications & Government Affairs at Capital Health System and a founding Greater Trenton board member serving on the organization’s Strategic Planning Committee. “Dennis provided extraordinary strategic and political leadership utilizing his vast business and healthcare experience,” said Greater Trenton CEO George Sowa. “His skillsets and historical knowledge allowed Greater Trenton to focus its work toward preserving equity and creating opportunities for all.”

“We’re thrilled to welcome Suzanne Borgos to our Board of Directors,” said Kevin Cummings, Chair of Greater Trenton’s Board of Directors. “Suzanne brings a wealth of knowledge with respect to strategic planning and a keen understanding of how healthcare impacts the broader community. We look forward to leveraging her energy, passion, insights, and perspectives as we continue our work to catalyze economic development opportunities in Trenton.”

Suzanne Borgos joined Capital Health in 2013. As a senior vice president, she is responsible for long-term strategic planning, oversees the implementation of system initiatives, and provides forecasting, decision support, partnership and new business opportunity evaluations. She also oversees the physician liaison team that builds relationships between Capital Health and regional health care providers.

“I’m excited and honored to be a part of the important work ahead at Greater Trenton as we continue to advance Trenton’s economic revitalization efforts,” said Borgos.

Borgos received her master’s in healthcare administration and business administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a bachelor’s in business administration from Villanova University. She is a member of the Board of Trustees at Rider University, the American College of Healthcare Executives, and the Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development. Borgos is also a deacon at her church, a member of the Hopewell Township Board of Health Advisory Committee and a youth softball coach.

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