Senior Vice President, Corporate Accountability and Performance, Cambia Health Solutions
As president and board chair of Cambia Health Foundation, Peggy works with a wide range of stakeholders to advance palliative care quality, access, understanding and leadership nationwide through Sojourns, the Foundation’s signature program. Peggy also serves as senior vice president of Corporate Accountability and Performance for Cambia Health Solutions, where she leads ethics, compliance, strategic planning, corporate performance, enterprise risk management and corporate social responsibility programs.
Peggy joined the company in 1997 as an associate general counsel and has held several posts, including chief of staff to the CEO, vice president of Legal Services, and director of Litigation & Risk Management before being promoted to her current position. Previously, Peggy worked as an attorney at Garvey Schubert & Barer, and served as a judicial extern to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Aligned with her commitment to advance palliative care, Peggy is a member of the PEW Charitable Trust End-of-Life Collaborative and serves on the advisory council for OpenIDEO’s End-of-Life Challenge.
Peggy also lends her time and talent to several non-profit organizations, demonstrating her passion for creating opportunities for all children in our community. She currently serves as chair of the national board of Friends of the Children, chair of Start Making a Reader Today (SMART), executive Vice President of Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Foundation board, and as a member of the All Hands Raised Leadership Council. Peggy previously served as co-chair of Portland, Oregon’s Classic Wines Auction, as chair of the March of Dimes’ 2015 Walk for Babies, and chair of The Dougy Center board of directors.
Peggy was honored by Dress for Success Oregon with its Athena Award in 2016, by the Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington as a Woman of Distinction in 2015, and by the Portland Business Journal as a Woman of Influence in 2014. She is a senior fellow of the American Leadership Forum of Oregon.
Peggy received her Bachelor’s degree in philosophy and anthropology from Lawrence University and her law degree from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College. In 2016, she completed the Stanford Executive Program, and is a member of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Alumni Association.
Recent Posts by Peggy Maguire
Weaving palliative care into the fabric of our evolving health care system and into the community will require leaders who can develop person- and family-centered solutions, advance public policy, train clinicians, and drive sustainable system change. Read about a foundation's leadership...
“Palliative care—this is one of the ways we can start to untangle the mess we’ve made of our health care system.” Ellen, whose mother and father died ten months apart, both having received palliative care. Time and time again, we hear similar sentiments from patients and their families. When...