Telemedicine Innovation During Crisis: Grow It Forward

Karyn Mullins, President, Healthcare Staffing Technologies (a Jackson Heathcare Company)

Karyn has a passion for disruptive technologies and utilizing them to improve companies and the customers they serve. As a product innovator, she helps customers build differentiated technology offerings to help them stand out in their market. With over 20 years of proven success, Karyn has a demonstrated track record for achieving exceptional results in multiple industries including healthcare, cybersecurity, and e-commerce.

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Tracy Levine, Forbes Coaches Council, Shares Why Karyn Mullins #YouAreRemarkable

Explorer & Passionate about cutting edge technology

True to her passion for technology and learning, Karyn has spent 2020 taking multiple classes to stay current with best practices around cloud and cyber security. 

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Actively listening to others elevates them and elevates your value as a professional. Collaboration, which begins with listening before talking, is essential for growing it forward. We have the brain trust to make great things happen in our careers, companies and society!

Tracy Levine, Forbes Coaches Council

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