Oct 18, 2021 - News

Screen Time with K. Alicia Schulhoff

Photo illustration of a headshot of K. Alicia Schulhof.

Photo illustration: Brendan Lynch/Axios. Photo: Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital

K. Alicia Schulhof became Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital's first woman president over the summer. She moved back down to St. Petersburg from Indianapolis, where she served as president of Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital.

How does a health leader like Schulhof interact with tech? We asked about her habits.

🤳🏻 Device of choice: iPhone 12 Pro.

👇 First tap of the day: After checking in with the hospital first thing in the morning, Les Mills for her workout. "I've been a subscriber for years and love the variety of options available. I’m most fond of spinning and love that I can read and workout simultaneously!"

🗞 Go-to news sources: "My husband is a news junkie so he often sends me interesting updates throughout the day! Second to him, I often read The Tampa Bay Times, The Washington Post and The New York Times."

🎧 Podcast of choice: Becker’s Healthcare, Hidden Brain and Freakonomics Radio.

📚 Reading list: "I have two new books on my desk ... 'The Political Determinants of Health' and 'An Everyone Culture.' I am re-reading 'The Advantage' (one of my all-time favorites) and love to pull pieces of insights from 'How to Lead.' "

🎶 Most used app: Pandora. I listen to music all of the time...when I work, workout and go to bed. Classical is my favorite for sleeping but Mumford and Sons wins against all else.


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