On August 5th, Bunny Ellerin, Director of the Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Management Program at Columbia Business School and President of NYC Health Business Leaders was featured in Crain’s 2019 Notable Women in Healthcare.
This is a prestigious award given by Crain’s to women moving the needle in gender equity in health care. These women have an outsize influence both as healthcare consumers and workers. The honorees included exceptional clinical and administrative leaders, entrepreneurs, health care providers, physicians and scientists.
Bunny Ellerin has over 20 years of experience in academic, corporate and entrepreneurial environments. In addition to her role at CBS, she is president of NYC Health Business Leaders (NYCHBL), a professional community dedicated to building a healthcare ecosystem in the New York region. The organization fosters collaboration across sectors and brings together the best minds to discuss important issues and spur innovation. With her dedication and decades of experience, Bunny has helped transform New York City into a center of healthcare innovation and excellence.
Bunny sits on the board of The Fund for Public Health NYC, an independent, nonprofit organization that connects the NYC Health Department with public and private sector partners. She is the founder of Harvard Business School Healthcare Alumni Association, which she launched in 1999 and built into one of the largest alumni organizations at HBS. The Ellerin Alumni Achievement Award was created to commemorate Bunny’s role in forming and leading the organization and is given to an outstanding leader.
Bunny received a BA in Political Science from Columbia University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.