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In her prior role as president and CEO of the Delaware Valley Accountable Care Organization, Dr. Schneider built and led one of the nation’s largest multi-payer accountable care organizations (ACOs) including more than 2,000 physicians, 16 hospitals, two health systems, and a quarter million lives in the Philadelphia region. During her tenure she also served as chairwoman of the Board of the National Association of ACOs. She has led several award-winning initiatives in community health improvement at previous leadership roles with health systems in New Jersey and Connecticut. She is a graduate of Smith College and Columbia University and a board-certified family physician with an additional degree in epidemiology.
Dr. Schneider has been a member of the First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia since 2012 and has served in various committee leadership roles as well as the soprano section of the choir. She has been a member of UUSC’s Stewardship Circle since 2012 and on the Investment Committee since 2020. She and her husband, Bill Petricone, traveled to Burma with UUSC in 2017.