Ohio Children’s Hospital Association Names Kincaid Vice President
The Ohio Children’s Hospital Association (OCHA) has promoted Sarah Kincaid to vice president from her previous role as director of policy and advocacy.
Kincaid joined OCHA in 2017 and has nearly 15 years of experience in the policy and political arenas. Her previous roles include government relations for the Office of the Governor, Kallner and Associates, LLC, and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Kincaid’s career includes managing legislative priorities for corporations and non-profit organizations, developing and implementing corporate government affairs programs, and most recently working with the Ohio General Assembly and state agencies to promote bipartisan support for the health and wellness of Ohio’s children.
“Since Sarah joined OCHA, she has consistently advocated for children’s health care issues with the highest level of knowledge, integrity and passion,” said Nick Lashutka, president & CEO, Ohio Children’s Hospital Association. “OCHA created the vice president role to accurately represent the incredible contributions Sarah delivers in her daily work. This new position recognizes the significant impact Sarah has on our work with our state and federal elected officials to advocate for the families and patients served by the six members of the Ohio Children’s Hospital Association.”
Kincaid holds a Master’s Degree in Public Affairs from The John Glenn College of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Wittenberg University. Sarah sits on the board of the Ohio Domestic Violence Network and serves as a volunteer for the Court Appointed Special Advocates program in Franklin County.
The six members of the Ohio Children’s Hospital Association – Akron Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, UH/Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Dayton Children’s and ProMedica Russell J. Ebeid Children’s Hospital – work together to save, protect and enhance the lives of all Ohio children by providing the highest quality of care regardless of a family’s ability to pay. More information is available at www.ohiochildrenshospitals.org.