Tach Branch-Dogans, President and CEO Professional Business Women’s Network
With her career spanning over 15 years as an entrepreneur in the healthcare industry, Tach built her company from zero revenue to seven figures in sales. While doing so, she leveraged her diverse cross-functional skills in business development, strategic planning and project management to aid C-suite clinical leaders, commercial developers and hospitalists, close gaps on complex issues related to transitional care. She has played a pivotal role in designing and implementing vital services for acute, post-acute and rehab facilities, as well as, assisted and independent living communities across the U.S., lending a hand in Value-Based Care. Seeing the inevitable shift in healthcare and real estate, Tach developed a strong knowledge of population health, specifically with aging adults, and became a thought-leader, influencer and industry expert in the field. Prior to expanding her professional career, she served as CEO for Moving Memories & Mementos, a Dallas-based, nationwide senior relocation company. She was also responsible for the start-up company, Fountains of Fitness, which designed and implemented, results-driven, health and wellness programs for retirement communities throughout Dallas-Fort Worth. As a result, her team’s programs gained recognition and were ranked second in the nation by the Keiser Institute on Aging. With that honor, Tach has been a guest speaker at The American Society on Aging Conference in Washington, D.C. and the National Association of Social Workers Conference in Chicago, IL. Additionally, she has been cited in several media sources, including, Next Avenue, The Dallas Morning News and Social Work Today. She attended the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where she earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Health Planning & Administration. Tach is committed to the development of top-notch executive leadership programs for women. She is licensed in Real Estate, as well, she has been a volunteer and competition judge at the Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE). She also enjoys vacationing with family, dining with friends and martial arts.