Senior Client Partner and Global Account Lead

Dr. Vigilance has broad knowledge of the cross-cutting challenges facing the constantly evolving health and human services sector.

He brings over 20 years of experience in the areas of operations management, public policy, strategic advisory consulting, human-centered design, and leadership training.  His industry expertise includes: partnership development, health equity transformation, technology-based disparity solutions, integrated care delivery, and community engagement. 

As a Global Account Lead in Korn Ferry’s Health practice, Dr. Vigilance’s primary focus is to support  health care companies, hospitals, payers, academic health systems, and other health-centric organizations as they secure and develop talent, engage and align stakeholders, and work strategically to enhance their population health practices and improve the health of the people they serve.  He advises executives, leadership teams, and emerging talent across the health ecosystem, and serves as an advisor to the Firm’s Diversity Equity and Inclusion Center of Excellence. 

A former Health Commissioner for Baltimore County and Washington, D.C., Dr. Vigilance led data-driven efforts to improve health outcomes and address upstream challenges to health and wellness. After his time in government he became the first Associate Dean for Practice at the George Washington University School of Public Health where he maintains a faculty position teaching a leadership development course he co-created for students in the school’s top ranked online Master’s in Public Health program.

Dr. Vigilance’s board service includes terms with regional health systems, community development, technology start-ups, and national service organizations. 

He holds a degree of Doctor of Medicine from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, a Master of Public Health with a focus in Health Policy & Management from the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, and an undergraduate degree from George Washington University.