Cyndey Costello Busbee to Serve as Keynote Speaker at Wesleyan’s Summer Commencement Exercises


Vice President for the Office of Public Affairs and Advocacy at Navicent Health Cyndey Costello Busbee will address Wesleyan College graduates Saturday, August 11, 2018 at 10:00AM in Porter Auditorium. The College expects to graduate 95 students who have earned their bachelor of arts undergraduate degree, or their executive master of business administration degree, or their master of education in early childhood education degree.


With over 25 years of marketing experience, Busbee is responsible for connecting patients, families, and caregivers to high quality health and wellness services at Navicent Health. Since 2003, Busbee has directed the strategy, design, and placement of the branding, public relations, and advocacy/community partnership plans used to promote the Navicent Health system of care and its healthcare services. Working closely with clinical executives, she is devoted to transforming processes and improving outcomes in the areas of Patient/Customer Satisfaction while engaging the use of Community Outreach, Volunteer, Customer, and Interpreting Services. Prior to joining Navicent Health, Cyndey served as the Executive Director of Marketing for Price Communications Wireless - Southeast Division.


An IISE-Certified Six Sigma Black, a graduate of Leadership Georgia, and past assistant governor for Rotary District 6920, Busbee earned her bachelor of arts in communications and her executive master of business administration degree from Wesleyan College.



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