About Victoria Sanders, MHA
Victoria Odom Sanders is a driven leader with a commitment to mission-guided work and lifelong learning. It was at Emory University in Atlanta, GA where she was obtaining her Bachelor of Science that her desire to enter the field of hospital administration was piqued through a series of internships. Victoria received her Master of Healthcare Administration training from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill while becoming a fanatical member of Tarheel nation. As a native Texan, she returned home to begin her career in healthcare as an Administrative Fellow at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and was privileged to learn the intricacies of contributing to a world-class academic institution as she continued her tenure there as a middle-manager.
Since that time, Victoria has held a series of progressive roles in academic, private, & county health systems. She led the strategy and implementation of new ambulatory clinic, imaging, and surgery center sites. She directed the development of physician groups & operational deployment of service line structure all while earning a reputation for efficiency, professionalism, and achieving exemplary results. Victoria currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation – Fort Worth, where she considers every opportunity to guide hospital strategy & develop the talents of her team to be the greatest honor of her life. Victoria enjoys time surrounded by the love of her husband, friends, and family in her home of Dallas, TX.