Sharon Rossmark, MBA
Vice-chair, Sinai Health System
Sharon Rossmark a passionate patient safety advocate serves as vice-chair for Sinai Health System, a safety net health care organization. She also serves as board chair of patient safety and is a member of the finance and compensation committees. Additionally, she serves as a governance expert on the editorial advisory board of the Journal of Patient Safety. Her current board appointments include the American Hospital Association’s Midwest Regional Policy Board, the National Children’s Center in Washington, DC and she also serves as the vice president of the College of Business Advisory Council at Illinois State University.
Ms. Rossmark is currently CEO of Zayos Global Ventures, a liquidation and distribution consulting firm. Prior to Zayos, Sharon worked in the insurance and financial services industry as an executive for Allstate Insurance where she was responsible for the business support of the organization’s agency distribution channel and is a named inventor on six corporate patents. In the past, Rossmark served on the boards of the Allstate Foundation and Oakton Community College.
Ms. Rossmark is a frequent panel facilitator, panelist and speaker on the role of the board in creating a culture of safety, board development, equity of care and mentoring.
Sharon has an undergraduate degree from Illinois State University and received her MBA from the University of Illinois – Chicago.
To honor her parents and her father’s WWII, D-Day military service, Ms. Rossmark has established an endowed scholarship to support US military soldiers and veterans attending Illinois State University. She is also the executive producer of the WWII documentary David Brown’s D-Day, The Story of a WWII Veteran. Portions of the documentary appeared in an Emmy Award winning History Channel documentary.
She is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors and the American Hospital Association Trustee Leadership Network. She is also an executive mentor alumnus for the Menttium Corporation.