Sherron Rogers, Vice President and CFO, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
Since 2005, Sherron Rogers has worked with large organizations to lead transformative change in a manner that engages and empowers those closest to the work. As chief financial officer of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, Sherron strategically leads all financial aspects of the hospital, including planning and analysis, performance improvement, and various strategic and operational accountabilities. The mission of Johns Hopkins Medicine is to improve the health of the community and the world by setting the standard of excellence in medical education, research and clinical care.
Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, Sherron spent over 6 years at Eskenazi Health, one of America’s largest essential health systems. Sherron was promoted multiple times at Eskenazi Health, culminating in being appointed Chief Financial Officer and Chief Strategy Officer. In the role, Sherron led large growth and improvement initiatives and transformed the way in which information was used and the way people were engaged to make strategic decisions. Sherron was instrumental in steering Eskenazi Health’s ability to realize an >$150M financial improvement over a four-year period, the strong financial results in the hospital’s history.
Prior to joining Eskenazi Health, Sherron spent 11 years at Indiana University Health, leading transformative change in multiple areas including information services, hospital operations, and lean process improvement. And, prior to transitioning into healthcare, Sherron worked in global manufacturing at Cummins where she utilized her lean six sigma black belt knowledge to improve corporate performance and establish a more global approach to areas like Human Resources and Real Estate.
Sherron spent her undergraduate and graduate education years at Indiana University-Bloomington, culminating with a master’s degree in Information Science in 2002. Sherron has continuously sought opportunities to learn and has received recognition along the way. In 2012, Sherron was selected as a member of the Stanley K. Lacy executive leadership series (class XXXVII). And, in 2013, the Indianapolis Business Journal named Sherron one of Indianapolis’ Forty Under 40
. In 2016, Sherron was selected as an Indianapolis Fellow
by Central Indiana Community Foundation. In 2019 and 2020, Sherron attended Harvard University for finance coursework. And in 2021, Sherron was named a Fellow with America’s Essential Hospitals and awarded an early career award
from the Center for Brain Science at Indiana University.
With a passion for improving organizations and communities, and swiftly moving ideas from strategy to action, Sherron co-chaired Great Places 2020
, a Local Initiatives Support Coalition (LISC) program to holistically reinvest in 5 historically under-served neighborhoods in Indianapolis’ core. Sherron has held board or civic leadership positions with Newfields (Indianapolis’ museum of art and gardens), PATTERN, the City of Indianapolis’ Cultural Investment Advisory Board, Leadership Indianapolis, Indianapolis’ Chamber’s Advance317, Starfish, and GANGGANG Collaborative (active).