May 3, 2011
Two Kaiser Permanente Executives Listed Among ‘Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business’
Two Kaiser Permanente executives have been named among the Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business by the the San Francisco Business Times. Included on the list of 150 women are Diane Gage Lofgren, Kaiser Permanente senior vice president of Brand Strategy, Communications and Public Relations, and Christine Robisch, senior vice president and area manager, Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Health Plan, San Francisco. Included on the list of 150 female executives from five counties in the San Francisco Bay Area recognizes outstanding women for making a difference in their companies, industries and communities.
The list of female executives from five counties in the San Francisco Bay Area recognizes outstanding women for making a difference in their companies, industries and communities.
The annual listing, which the San Francisco Business Times has published for more than a decade, appears in a 56-page special publication in the April 29–May 5 issue. The alphabetical list — from Barbara Adachi of Deloitte LLP to Rhonda Zygocki of Chevron Corp. — includes stories and information about each of the women.
Affiliated with Kaiser Permanente since 2006, Gage Lofgren leads the work associated with Kaiser Permanente’s brand, corporate communications, public relations and stakeholder management activities. She sits on the national leadership team of Kaiser Permanente, and her department has been named one of the “best places to work in PR” by PR News for the past two years.
Robisch came to Kaiser Permanente in 1992 to open the sub-regional Kaiser Psychiatric Center in South Sacramento, Calif. After serving in various capacities, she was appointed chief operating officer for the Diablo Area in 2003 and was then selected to serve as the San Francisco area manager in 2006.