1. Then and now
My office is on the first floor of the Old Federal Reserve Bank Building in Center City, Philadelphia. While the building has a lot of marble and dark wood and is steeped in tradition, my office is modern. I like to think the contrast reflects the need to look backward from the future to manage the present more creatively.
I had a modern glass desk specially built to reflect my entrepreneurial approach. But it also pays respect to the history of the institution with classic corner supports.
2. A nod to visionaries
Part of our mission statement says we’re reimagining health care. Two favorite items in my office are a painting of Albert Einstein and a photo of Steve Jobs, both of whom are reimaginers. I admire people who can look 10 years ahead and see what we should have done now.
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