CALGARY, February 9, 2021 –Equity Health Services is pleased to announce the nomination of Gen. Wesley K. Clark to its Strategic Advisory Board. Gen. Clark is the Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO and Former Democratic U.S. Presidential Candidate (2004 Primary).
“We are honoured that Gen. Wesley Clark has joined our Advisory Board. I have had the privilege to work with Gen. Clark in several important projects in the past and his contribution has been tremendous. Gen. Clark brings a first-class wealth of experience and strategic thinking and leadership to EHS as we continue our ambitious journey with our healthcare projects in Alberta, and Canada and other parts of the world” says Art Agolli, founder and CEO of Equity Health Services.
“ I look forward to working with Equity Health Services and I am really proud of the great work they have done for the people of Alberta and around the world during Covid 19 pandemic” states Wesley Clark.
Gen. Clark is the Chairman of Enverra LLC, A Washington DC based investment bank and strategic advisory group. Gen. Clark is also an Advisor to The Blackstone Group, one of the largest private equity groups globally. He serves in numerous corporate boards. He is a Board Member of the Clinton Global Initiative. Gen. Clark graduated from West Point Military Academy and is a Rhoads Scholar and received a MA from Oxford University.
Equity Health Services is building a premier management and advisory team to accelerate the company’s ambitious growth plans and value creation in its business endeavours in Canada and internationally.
About Equity Health Services
Equity Health Services provides strategic and operational healthcare solutions for governments, Indigenous communities, and a diverse range of private sector industries including oil and gas, manufacturing, construction, hospitality, and mining. Our customized, innovative offerings range from diagnostic solutions to the delivery of mobile health services in remote, challenging, or under-resourced locations. www.equityhealthservices.com