Listee Features — September 5, 2017


Thriving as the senior vice president of federal public affairs at McGuire Woods Consulting LLC, Stephanie Ann Kennan has led a long and influential career in health care and government policies. She is currently using her background to help clients navigate the legislative and executive branches of federal government to solve a variety of health care policy issues. Her work focuses on the providers, medical device manufacturers, drug manufacturers, and associations concerned about Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement. She also represents clients on matters before the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, as well as other agencies within the Department of Health and Human Services. Additionally, Ms. Kennan has experience organizing and representing coalitions and working with state health insurance exchanges.

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Although Nora Orphanides has built an illustrious career in dance, she didn’t start out in the field. It was only after she became a speech pathologist that she realized her passions lay elsewhere. Inspired by her uncle, who danced with Fred Astaire, she began to pursue dance professionally and fell in love with it. Ms. Orphanides joined the staff of the Princeton Ballet School in 1983, and remained there until her retirement in 2012. The school honored her with the title of trustee emeritus in 1992 and faculty emeritus in 2012, and she holds both to this day. She is also presently lending her expertise to her role as an adviser for the American Ballet Studio Company and as the

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Armed with a Bachelor of Arts from Bennington College and a Master of Arts from Harvard University, Corinne Kyle flourished in her decades-long career. She demonstrated a remarkable aptitude for market research and management consulting over the years that served as a strong foundation for professional growth. Although she is now retired, she is still respected as an expert in her field. ​ Ms. Kyle started working as an associate editor for the Inter-University Case Program in 1956, and she quickly rose to become the co-founder and chief financial editor of Financial Index and a research analyst for McKinsey & Co., all located in New York City. She moved to Philadelphia in 1964, where she began a long stretch that

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