Ep. 4: Angie Tonini-Rogers (w/ Christopher Gomez)

by | Jan 6, 2021 | Podcasts | 0 comments

Show Description

The Leading Virtuously Podcast’s mission is to nurture the business community by offering testimonials of executives that are leading virtuously to inspire you to do the same. The guests on this show are executives from top organizations that will provide actionable tips, tools, and techniques for improving your leadership style, career, and life in general.

About our Guest

Angie Tonini-Rogers is the Chief Nursing Officer at a hospital offering inpatient services for female adolescents, adults, military/veterans, and their families. In this episode, Angie and Chris discuss how to discern what really matters in life, sharing advice that will help business leaders leave a meaningful impact on others and hold themselves to a standard of excellence. Through her work, Angie shares how she has empowered others by leading with integrity and love. She is also a wife, a mother of three boys, and an active participant in her faith community.

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