JaeLynn Williams is chief executive officer of Air Methods, the nation’s leading air medical service, which delivers lifesaving care to more than 100,000 people every year. She is responsible for overall management and growth of the company, which employs more than 4,500 teammates and has over 300 bases of operations serving 48 states.
Prior to her appointment as CEO in January 2020, Ms. Williams held the position of executive vice president for Air Methods Sales, Marketing and Communications. In this role, she led the revitalization of Sales and Marketing operations, developed management operating systems and metrics for measuring performance, and instituted customer-centric improvements to build and retain business.
Ms. Williams joined Air Methods from GE Healthcare Digital, a $1.6 billion business with more than 2500 employees and operations in Canada, Europe, China, Asia/Pacific, Middle East, and Latin America. At GE, she was chief commercial and marketing officer, responsible for leading the global commercial strategy for marketing, sales, service, and delivery operations. Prior to GE, Ms. Williams was president and general manager of 3M Health Information Systems, a business of 3M Company, where she was responsible for overall management of the division and worldwide growth of a broad portfolio of intelligent software and consulting services to hospitals and health systems, commercial payers, and federal and state agencies.
Ms. Williams is a contributor to industry publications and has been interviewed as a healthcare opinion leader by NPR’s Morning Edition news program and by numerous healthcare publications. She is the recipient of Health Data Management Magazine’s Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT Award and was recognized with the Women in Tech Champion Award from the Utah Technology Council. She is a graduate of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
Accepting on behalf of JaeLynn were women from the local AirLife Utah bases and Air Methods.