Chief executive officers tend to be “get it done” type of people. That’s true for Lorraine Lutton, CEO and president of Roper St. Francis Healthcare, and a dedicated runner. “I like getting up early and getting my run in first thing,” she says.
Whitney Reed seems like such a nice lady. She’s kind and gentle with pleasant eyes and a soothing voice. Then you enter her gym. Whitney is one of the physical therapists at Roper St. Francis and she’s charged with making my 64-year-old hip feel like half its age. Turns out I have bursitis with bilateral muscle weakness, which basically means my right hip hurts.