Sandy Goel, PharmD, is currently the Interim Chief Wellness Officer and Administrative Director of the Michigan Medicine Wellness Office whose mission is to reduce burnout and improve the workplace well-being of Michigan Medicine’s 30K+ health workforce. She leads its strategic and operational goals and collaborates with organizational leaders, key partners, faculty, staff, and learners throughout the organization and beyond to create a thriving culture of well-being.
She comes from a diverse health care background including medical affairs/medical communications at Johnson and Johnson, Inc./Janssen Pharmaceuticals; pharmacy benefits with the U-M Human Resources Benefits Office; and leading the Michigan Medicine Specialty Pharmacy Services program. She is past president of the U-M College of Pharmacy Alumni Board of Governors and a former board member of the Michigan Ovarian Cancer Alliance. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Michigan and a Doctor of Pharmacy with High Distinction from the U-M College of Pharmacy. She also graduated from two organization-wide leadership programs, including the U-M Business and Finance Leadership Academy, completed the Stanford Medicine Well-Being Director course, and is a certified executive coach. Dr. Goel is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and an Adjunct Professor at the U-M College of Pharmacy.
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