Please help ACHE of MA recognize the
2021 Regent Award Winners!
Every year the ACHE of Massachusetts Regent honors two members with an Early Careerist Award and a Lifetime Achievement Award. These honorees are chosen for their volunteer work with the chapter and their efforts to improve the quality of healthcare in the state.
Frantz Berthaud, MHA is the Administrative Director at the Lowe Center for Thoracic Oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Co-Chair of ACHE of Massachusetts Diversity and Inclusion and winner of the Early Careerist Award!
This recognition goes to an accomplished young executive who has been involved with ACHE and the local chapter. ACHE is the premier association for healthcare leaders, and Massachusetts is one of its largest chapters. Frantz’s work on the Diversity and Inclusion committee helped launched the chapter’s inaugural award for organizational accomplishment in DEI in the state. In addition, his participation in board level discussions about this important topic has been impactful and influenced changes the board has made to its own practices in DEI and strategic direction.
ACHE of Massachusetts is especially impressed by young healthcare executives such as Frantz who understand the importance for ongoing networking, professional development, and lifelong learning. We look forward to supporting Frantz as he pursues his Fellow credential and look forward to his continued involvement with the chapter.
Andrea Paciello, FACHE, formerly with Massachusetts General Hospital and Past President of ACHE of Massachusetts and the Lifetime Achievement Honoree! This award was a unanimous decision by our board to recognize Andrea’s 18 years of commitment to ACHE and her tremendous service as chapter President, Regent and other roles. Andrea has been an inspiration to so many early careerists and experienced healthcare executives across the State of Massachusetts. She was also a tireless advocate for students in healthcare management programs to expand their educational and networking opportunities.
As President of ACHE of Massachusetts, she took on the importance of “connection with purpose”. Her signature line was to understand our connection with our “Why” and she started many ACHE programs with this message to our members.
Andrea is dedicated to the healthcare profession and leads in service to others. She is a consummate professional and we are honored to recognize her with this award.