Nakesha Muldrow serves as vice president for access and scheduling for WellSpan Health, but her work goes beyond the office and into the wider community.
“Nakesha Muldrow is a woman who commits herself completely to any endeavor in which she is involved,” Kimberly Brister, chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer for WellSpan, says in her nomination letter.
Her official job involves managing WellSpan’s organizational resources to make sure the nearly 3 million patients who utilize the network get timely medical care and information.
“Nakesha has driven multiple initiatives to streamline and optimize processes across the registration, scheduling and insurance functions within her oversight,” Laura Buczkowski, senior vice president and chief financial officer at WellSpan, notes in her recommendation letter.
The list of local organizations Muldrow is involved is extensive, including but not limited to, the York Jewish Community Center, Healthy York Coalition, Big Brother Big Sisters of York and Adams Counties and the Cornerstone Youth Home.
“She advocates for and promotes the growth of other women leaders within her sphere of influence and is a community activist that has a soft place in her heart for the well-being of our youth,” adds Brister.