Providence contrata nuevo tesorero

Providence hires new Treasurer


Rafael Martinez-Chapman joins Providence as senior vice president and treasurer

Providence, a not-for-profit health system serving the Western U.S., announced today it has named Rafael Martinez-Chapman as its new senior vice president and treasurer effective December 12. Rafael brings 25 years of diverse financial experience from multiple industries and will report to Chief Financial Officer Greg Hoffman.
Rafael comes to Providence from Lumen Technologies, where he spent the last 14 years rising to the position of senior vice president, treasurer and head of corporate finance. His experience managing global teams for Lumen gives Rafael a keen ability to align systemwide needs while allowing for flexibility in local execution.
“Inspired by Providence’s Mission of serving all, I look forward to using my experience to ease the way for caregivers and patients. I am excited about joining the Providence family and helping Greg execute the new initiatives,” Rafael said.
Rafael’s financial leadership brings knowledge of capital markets, risk and cash management, capital allocation and structure, organic and acquisition growth, and divestitures, as well as a proven track record in organizational and team success.
“I look forward to Rafael’s contributions, especially as we continue navigating the recovery journey ahead of us. His skills and background will serve the family of organizations well, helping to ensure that we always respond to the times and carry the Mission into the future,” said Greg.
Rafael studied at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he earned his Master of Business Administration with a concentration in finance and a focus on sustainability. His intimate knowledge of financial systems and intellectual acuity will be paramount to our family of organizations.

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