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Meet Entrepreneur Sally Gallot-Reeves With Host Natalie Sist

  • Broadcast in Entrepreneur
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Sally Gallot-Reeves' extensive experience +education in the healthcare field has facilitated her new role as an entrepreneur.

  • Healthcare project director W/ over 30 yrs EXP in hospital acute care services + operations.
  • Previous as director of critical care + cardiology services at a local organization. Founder of Connect the Dots since 2012.
  • Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement 2018 Award

She has worked directly W/ patients as a registered nurse + held responsible for supervision + implementation of complex projects including electronic documentation systems system applications + upgrades, construction/space design working on the Admin. side.

Forming Connect the Dots as a way for others to network + share information, tools, + techniques. It is more than just a resource, but rather a mentor + facilitator that aims to help others in the field to be successful. Offering consulting services that can be tailored to the specific needs of each client via conference calls, Webex, + onsite meetings, these services include: project planning; process + workflow redesign + mapping; construction move planning; electronic documentation; + change management.

Formal Education

  • Bachelor of Art in Behavioral Studies + a Master of Art in Management.
  • Registered nurse + is certified in both project management + change management.

2014, she published her 1st book, "Between Shifts," a collection of vignettes in poetry written over a 30-year period of time throughout her career as a professional nurse, wife, mother, + artist. She anticipates the publication of 2 more books in the coming years + plans to host several speaking engagements.


  • Behind the Open Door: The Book of Light
  • Between the Shifts: A collection of vignettes in poetry


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