Will Rucker, MA

Community Health Director | Intermountain Health

Bio: Will Rucker epitomizes transformative servant leadership, expertly merging his entrepreneurial spirit with a profound commitment to public service. As the operator of his own business dedicated to culture transformation, he excels in professional speaking, executive coaching, and consulting, actively championing change and inclusivity. His expertise is pivotal in driving significant and lasting transformations in the cultures of diverse organizations. His media presence, through hosting “Compassionate Las Vegas – the Podcast” and “A Healthier Tomorrow” radio program, further amplifies his influence in promoting health, wellness, and compassion.

Alongside his entrepreneurial endeavors, in his role as the Director of Community Health at Intermountain Health in Las Vegas, NV, Rucker leads initiatives to enhance health outcomes in underserved communities, employing innovative cross-sector partnerships, and prioritizing equity and inclusivity in every initiative. His previous contributions as the Division Director of Health Promotion at the American Lung Association showcased his operational excellence and strategic vision, significantly advancing the organization’s mission.

Complementing his professional and public service endeavors, Rucker is an ordained minister, adding spiritual depth to his leadership. His personal life, enriched with a loving family and a deep appreciation for nature, balances his busy professional life. Pursuing a Ph.D. in Public Health at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Rucker continues to deepen his expertise in public health advocacy and culture transformation. A true visionary, his career is a testament to his dedication to fostering a healthier, more equitable society, making him an influential leader in various spheres.

Target Populations: Children, School Aged-Children, Teens, Young Adult, Adults, Seniors, LGBTQ+, Disabled, African American Populations, Hispanic/Latinx Populations, Asian Populations, Pacific Islander Populations, Native American Populations, Low Income, Immigrants, Refugees, Undocumented

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