Suzan Logan was named one of Nashville Business Journal’s 2017 Women of Influence (one of only 11 honorees in the company executive category).
The NBJ’s Women of Influence Award honors women who shape their companies and make it a priority to give back, to encourage and to inspire – resulting in growing the strength of business women in the Greater Nashville community. All award winners will be honored during an awards luncheon Feb. 8 at the Omni Hotel.
Suzan Logan served as president and CEO of GBA for the past 10 years. She assumed the top leadership role from company founder Gene Burton in 2006, expertly transitioning the firm from a founder-led consultancy to an entrepreneurial organization of senior-level consultants. Under her leadership, GBA weathered the recession, regrouped and re-branded, maintained its position as the market leader in healthcare technology consulting, and landed the largest multi-year healthcare technology planning contract in the country for a 2.8 million sf hospital campus.
Suzan epitomizes the attributes of a Woman of Influence–she envisions the future and makes it happen. Her most recent achievement was planning and shepherding GBA through a merger with Mazzetti, the market leader in healthcare engineering consulting. (The merger was finalized in Aug. 2016; Suzan is now the Technology Division Leader and a principal of Mazzetti+GBA – a healthcare engineering and technology consulting firm.)
In addition to her company- and industry-leading role, Suzan is also a dedicated volunteer leader. She plays a leadership role in a long-term project through her church that funds and operates an orphanage and primary school they established in Haiti. She also travels to Haiti each year, volunteering for this life-changing mission.
This esteemed honor for Suzan and the greater Mazzetti+GBA, underscores our greater mission as an employee-owned, Benefit Corporation. We are relentlessly celebrating and driving towards a greater inclusive organization, challenging our clients and partners to do the same. Thank you, Suzan, for your dedicated and graceful leadership.