Chief Executive Officer
Connect Healthcare Collaboration
Sally Pace is CEO of Connect Healthcare Collaboration, the marketing and sales engine that powers the benefits industry and connects benefits advisors, employers and healthcare solutions. CHC has three lines of business including marketing and communication services, comprehensive coordinated care and advocacy services, and The Granite List benefits marketplace.
Prior to her role at CHC, Sally served as senior vice president of marketing and communication for FHN Financial, the fixed income sales, research and trading arm of Memphis-based First Horizon National Corp (NYSE: FHNC). While in the financial industry, Sally served on the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association’s National Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s National Marketing and Compliance Review Committee.
Previously, Sally held a variety of positions within AutoZone and at HGTV. Sally also played an integral role in the development of a program called MemphisConnect, a tool used by the city’s corporate leaders to attract and retain top talent. Because of her work around building this model, Sally was tapped by the Brookings Institution in 2008 to participate in a global discussion on “the war for talent.” She was one of 15 U.S. leaders invited to participate in the event in Turin, Italy.
Outside of her work life, Sally has volunteered her time to a variety of civic and charitable organizations. She is board chair of Memphis Tourism, a Past President of the Junior League of Memphis and serves on the board of NEXUS. Sally is also a member of the International Women’s Forum and the Self-Insurance Institute of America’s Workers Compensation Programs committee. She has served on a number of other nonprofit boards throughout her career, as well as the Knowledge Enhancement Committee of the Memphis Regional Chamber’s International Business Council. Additionally, Sally is a Fellow of New Memphis Institute and a graduate of their Masters program, has been named to the Memphis Business Journal’s Super Women in Business, Top 40 Under 40, and has been tapped as a Power Player in the field of Philanthropy by Memphis Business Quarterly.