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Oct 22, 2020

Pictured is Pamela Sutton-Wallace and her two daughters.
In this episode, we bring you an exclusive interview with Pamela Sutton-Wallace, a healthcare executive at a New York City hospital that is one of the largest in the U.S. She took on the role just weeks before the pandemic turned the city into a coronavirus hotspot.  
Sutton-Wallace shares her decades of personal and professional experience as a leader in the healthcare industry while raising her children. She tells us how she expects the coronavirus will change family leave policies. She talks about the guidance she gives to women looking to advance in their careers while balancing demands of childcare and caring for aging relatives. And she discusses the demands on the “sandwich generation” — adults caring for an aging parent who are also raising children or supporting them financially. Sutton-Wallace has two college-age daughters and her own mother lives with her.
This is the second in a two-part series in which ESG Insider explores the ways corporate America is responding to COVID-19 and finding ways to retain employees. In the first part, we discussed research into gender, parental leave and family caregiving policies in the U.S. private sector, which S&P Global conducted in partnership with AARP.