HIMSS Names New General Counsel and New Chief Financial Officer

Elizabeth Slater Jasper and Anne Tuzik

HIMSS has announced two new executive leadership appointments to guide the organization in legal and finance. Elizabeth Slater Jasper has joined HIMSS as general counsel, and Anne Tuzik is HIMSS’s new chief financial officer.  

In her role as legal counsel, Jasper strives to bring a spirit of collaboration and partnership to distil complex legal and regulatory matters into common sense best practice.  

Jasper comes to HIMSS after serving for 14 years as the chief legal officer, general counsel and corporate secretary for the National Service Office for Nurse-Family Partnership and Child First, an organization that oversees the national replication of maternal, infant and mental health evidence-based programs.  

She received her JD and MBA from Creighton University. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics and philosophy from the University of Colorado. 

Tuzik comes to HIMSS with a focus on both the strategic and operational aspects of financial management while also nurturing a collaborative work environment.  

She is a Certified Public Accountant and brings more than 20 years of significant financial management experience to HIMSS. She previously worked as a chief financial officer in a private equity owned distribution organization, where she was part of the executive leadership team responsible for strategic planning and thought leadership. 

Tuzik has also spent time developing operational teams and implementing IT systems focused on process improvement and organizational efficiency. She holds a Bachelor of Science in accountancy from DePaul University and is a member of the Illinois CPA Society. 

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