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Carol Coughlin

Director

LEADERSHIP

BOARDS OF DIRECTORS

VIVOS THERAPEUTICS, INC.

AUDIT COMMITTEE CHAIR

 

HAMILTON BANCORP, INC. (NASDAQ: HBK)

BOARD CHAIR (FORMER AUDIT COMMITTEE CHAIR)

 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND MEDICAL CENTER

DIRECTOR AND CHAIR, FINANCIAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND MEDICAL SYSTEMS

MEMBER, AUDIT AND FINANCE COMMITTEES

 

MARYLAND 529

TRUSTEE AND MEMBER, AUDIT AND INVESTMENT COMMITTEES

 

COMMITTEE EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS

Audit – Financial Expert (SEC)

Compensation, Governance/Nominating

Finance, Enterprise Risk and Compliance

 

CORPORATE MANAGEMENT POSITIONS

Managing Partner, BottomLine Growth Strategies (2006-present)

CFO, Woodhaven Health Services (2004-2006)

CFO/COO, Harmony Health Plan/Wellcare, Inc. (2000-2004)

CFO, Rush Prudential Health Plans/Wellpoint, Inc. (1996-2000)

CFO/Director, Johns Hopkins Health Plan/Prudential Mid-Atlantic (1987-1994)

 

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Executive Alliance, Mentoring and Board Diversity Initiatives

White House Business Council (prior)

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

Top 100 Women in Maryland, Circle of Excellence (Daily Record) 2012, 2015, 2017

Most Admired CEOs (Daily Record) 2013

Circle of Excellence – Finance (SmartCEO) 2013

 

 

Carol Coughlin is an experienced public company board leader, audit committee chair, and is highly skilled in corporate governance including board refreshment, strategic alternatives and M&A for growth and highly regulated companies. She is a Board Leadership Fellow (NACD). Following an IPO and after nomination to board chair, she led the board through acquisitions that doubled the size of the company, followed by a merger with a larger company. A qualified “financial expert”, she is an accomplished healthcare CFO with a track record of achieving profitability through growth, highly successful turnarounds and M&A. She is known as an energetic, collaborative leader and a quick learner in both organizational and board settings.

 

During her 17-year career as CFO/finance executive for high growth healthcare companies, she helped to develop the financial strategies to facilitate profitable growth in three companies, including Johns Hopkins Health Plan, which grew from $10MM to $250MM in revenues and became highly profitable prior to the sale to Prudential Insurance. Carol was involved in the pre-merger planning and post-merger integration.

 

Carol also collaborated on two highly successful turnarounds, including Rush Prudential Health Plans, which recorded an annualized gain of $18MM from an annualized loss of $30MM on revenues of $500MM before the sale to Wellpoint, Inc. Carol then became CFO for Harmony Health Plan which grew from $10MM to $125MM prior to the sale of the company to Wellcare, Inc. She participated on the team to sell the company, and stayed on for the integration.

 

In 2006, Carol launched BottomLine Growth Strategies, Inc., a growth advisory firm helping CEOs of privately held companies to transform enterprise value through best practice financial and operations strategies. She and her company have received numerous awards for her leadership and community impact. Carol is a graduate of Loyola University in MD (MBA) and Towson University (BS Business), is a Board Leadership Fellow (NACD) and a Certified Public Accountant (active status).

 

 

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