Marquette Business

President and CEO of Network Health to speak at Loebl Women Business Leader Series

The College of Business Administration will welcome Coreen Dicus-Johnson, president and CEO of health care provider Network Health Wisconsin, to speak at the June and Herman Loebl Women Business Leader Speaker Series on April 10 at 5 p.m. in the Michels Family Forum at Dr. E. J. and Margaret O’Brien Hall.

Attendance is complimentary, but registration is encouraged at the following link. Check-in opens at 4:30 p.m. and there will be a reception following the talk.

Dicus-Johnson has been a Milwaukee area health care executive for more than 25 years. Prior to joining Network Health, she held progressive leadership roles at Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, which is now part of Ascension. She served as senior vice president of payer, revenue and physician operations, as well as a market president responsible for three hospitals.

Coreen earned her undergraduate degree from Marquette University and a juris doctor from DePaul University College of Law.


The June and Herman Loebl Women Business Leader Speaker Series features distinguished women business leaders who have reached the highest levels of achievement and leadership in their professional sphere. They will share their experiences and insights in order to inspire and ignite the Marquette community. This speaker series incorporates a unique blend of presentation and interactive dialogues. In this way, it enables students, faculty, staff, and all of the Marquette University community to interact and engage with renowned women business leaders.

Marquette University’s College of Business Administration has named its Women Business Leaders speaker series in honor of June and Herman Loebl, thanks to a generous gift of $1 million to advance women in leadership within the college. The newly named June and Herman Loebl Women Business Leaders Speaker Series highlights women in business and leadership roles making a difference in the community. Herman Loebl received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Marquette in 1941 and served as chair of the accounting and finance department, director of the MBA program, assistant dean and associate dean during his 38-year career at Marquette. Herman and his wife, June, were deeply committed to making education available to all, in the spirit of the Jesuit mission.

For inquiries or more information about the speaker series, please contact