Corey Odol is a Business Development Executive that resides in the Washington D.C metro area. His specializations include community-based and hospital-based business development. Currently he works for Universal Health Services (UHS) Hospital in the Nation’s Capital and has increased patient volume by 50% in less than a year, making him one of the top Business Development executives in UHS nationwide. Corey’s efforts has made his hospital the fastest growing hospital in DC. As a result, he is called on as an expert marketing executive throughout the region. In 2019, he was appointed by District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser to serve as a commissioner on the Commission on Healthcare Systems Transformation to make recommendations on strategies and investments necessary to transform health care delivery in Washington D.C. Corey also has formed a training Institute in collaboration with Bowie State University to house the only nationally accredited Peer Recovery Coach training program, along with many other programs that are disruptors in the behavioral health industry. During his career, he has been asked to use his business development and marketing expertise to consult with health care leaders around the country. His skill set doesn’t just reside in business development and marketing; he has also spent many years in operations. During his time working in the senior health care industry he has opened and operated one of the region’s most notable medical adult day centers in Baltimore under Easter Seals serving DC/MD/VA.