Transition at supply chain group
Khatereh Calleja has stepped down as CEO of the Healthcare Supply Chain Association, and former CEO Todd Ebert has stepped out of retirement to HSCA’s interim leader. Ebert was CEO for four years before retiring in 2019; he was then succeeded by Calleja, who left June 30 “to pursue other opportunities,” according to HSCA. The group reported revenue of $2.1M in 2019.
“We are grateful to outgoing President Khatereh Calleja for shepherding HSCA through an unprecedented time in health care and advancing the organization’s position as a health policy leader and supply chain resource in Washington,” board Chair Bharat Sundaram said in a statement.
Calleja previously worked for the Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) as SVP of technology and regulatory affairs. Before that, Calleja established and led the Washington office of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. She also directed legislative and regulatory affairs outreach at the American Academy of Otolaryngolog-Head and Neck Surgery.