Dr. Tamarah Duperval-Brownlee

Chief Health Officer
Accenture
dr.tam.brownlee@accenture.com

Is the inaugural Chief Health Officer of Accenture and is charged with creating and innovating strategies to enhance health, safety and wellbeing of 700,000+ associates and their families across the globe.

Her career spans more than two decades of senior leadership in healthcare, focused on improving health and advancing health equity.  Previous roles included senior vice president and chief community impact officer at Ascension, a nonprofit Catholic health ministry in the U.S. Before that, she practiced clinical family medicine and served as a clinical and operational leader in Academic Health Centers and Federally Qualified Health Centers.

Dr. Tam has a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, a Doctor of Medicine degree, a master’s degree in public health and an Executive MBA. She was recognized in 2021 by Modern Healthcare as one of the Top 25 Women Leaders and by Fierce Healthcare as a Woman of Influence.

She is also a frequent speaker and thought leader on various topics including, health equity,  health, leadership, and wellness. 

Dr. Tam spends free time in faith, family and fun. She is an avid runner (weather permitting!) and enjoys time with her husband and family, relaxing, participating in her local congregation, and hiking the trails near her home in St. Louis.

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