Ep. 21 – “Mayor, Healthcare COO and Adjunct Professor” w/ Eric Alegria

by | Apr 20, 2021 | Podcasts | 0 comments

About our Guest

 eric alegria

Eric Alegria is the Chief of Affiliate Operations at Providence Healthcare and the Chief Operating Officer at Providence Health Network. He is also a Mayor of Rancho Palos Verdes in California, an Adjunct Instructor at University of Southern California in Public Policy, and is currently working towards his PhD. Finally, and most importantly, he is the father of four children and has been married to his wife, Christine for 12 years.

Alegria goes into detail about his journey to where he is today; a process of trying to figure out what God has called him to do and the best way to serve the community around him. In healthcare, he was inspired by the opportunity to provide and improve access to healthcare for communities in need

“I have to remind myself to take pressure off [myself] and say, ‘I need to have faith in God. It is not all of these complicated actions I need to take, but I just need to demonstrate love in everything I do.”     – Eric Alegria 

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