OSWEGO, NY – Oswego Health was pleased to have four of its employees among those honored as one of Oswego County Business Magazine’s Forty Under 40.
The Forty Under 40 event recognizes 40 individuals under the age of 40 who are making a positive impact on Oswego County.
This is the fourth time the magazine has held the event since 2004 and this year there were 77 nominations.
The nominations were judged on four criteria, education, professional accomplishments, community involvement and their achievements/awards.
Honored from Oswego Health at the Breakfast Tribute to Our Community’s Next Generation of Leaders were Jerry Emmons, MD, Eric Campbell, Holly DeMar and Kathryn Pagliaroli.
A brief bio on each of Oswego Health’s honorees:
• Dr. Jerry Emmons, is the Medical Director of Emergency Services at Oswego Hospital and oversees Oswego Hospital’s Emergency Room. He also serves as the medical director of several area ambulance companies, including Menter’s, of Fulton.
• Eric Campbell is Oswego Hospital’s Chief Financial Officer. He also serves as the treasurer of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce.
• Holly DeMar works in our human resources department as an employment manager. She is a board member of Oswego County Hospice and a United Way volunteer.
• Katie Pagliaroli is Oswego Hospital’s Director of Clinical Quality Management. She is active in her church, Oswego Alliance, where she serves as a deaconess.
Among the guest speakers was Oswego Health President and CEO Ann C. Gilpin who congratulated all 40 of the winners and commended the Oswego County Business Magazine for coordinating the recognition of these talented young leaders in our community.
“To the honorees, who are all the rising stars of tomorrow, representing education, banking, government agencies, and of course healthcare, to name a few of the professions, I add my own congratulations,” Gilpin said. “It’s an honor to be able to spend a few minutes addressing such a distinguished group of young people.”
Oswego Health was once again a sponsor of this event that honored the rising leaders.
Serving as the master of ceremonies was Jackie Robinson, the Channel 3 anchor, who retired last year.