It was a risk but a big career-changer.
That’s how Dr. Rae Godsey describes her career path.
She’s a corporate medical director for a Fortune 500 company, co-chair of an enterprise-wide initiative to make communities served 20 percent healthier by 2020, and a Kelley Business of Medicine MBA.
The journey started in 2009.
Rae, who completed her medical degree from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, had practiced medicine for more than a decade, owning and operating a family practice in southern Indiana. She’d considered an MBA but wanted to find a program with a healthcare focus—which was hard to do at the time.