Clark Hill Strasburger Attorney Corinne Smith to Speak at Accelerate Business Development Summit
Austin-based attorney Corinne Smith will appear as a panelist during the 2018 Accelerate Business Development Summit hosted by LexisNexis in Cary, NC June 25-27. The session, "Your Pipeline: Modern Marketing Plan," will explore how you build a marketing plan, incorporate new marketing tactics and measure success.
More information on the conference can be found here.
Corinne is a Member in Clark Hill Strasburger's Healthcare group. She has served as Director of Legal Services for Ascension Texas and Chief of Strategic Partnerships and Legal Counsel to the UT Health, part of the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Prior to attending law school, Corinne held business and strategy development leadership positions for several large healthcare systems in Texas and Oklahoma. Corinne’s first career was in sales for Herman Miller in Los Angeles. Corinne is board-certified in healthcare administration as a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, serves on the board of the Austin/San Antonio Chapter of Texas General Counsel Forum, chairs the Trinity University Healthcare Alumni Association Annual Fund Campaign, chairs the Austin Bar Health Law Section, and serves as a mentor to healthcare start-ups through accelerators Mass Challenge and Capital Factory. Corinne holds a J.D. from St. Mary’s School of Law, Master of Science in Healthcare Administration and Bachelor of Science in Business from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.
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