The Mayo Clinic Board of Trustees met Nov. 10 and re-elected its leadership. The 31-member board met in Minneapolis for a quarterly meeting and elected Samuel Di Piazza to continue in the role as chairman for another four years. Di Piazza is the retired CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers. He joined the board in 2010 and became chairman in 2014. "Samuel Di Piazza has provided strong leadership to help Mayo Clinic chart a successful course amid a rapidly changing health care environment," Mayo CEO Dr. John Noseworthy said in a media announcement. "He's helped elevate Mayo Clinic's national and global profile, while preserving our organization's strong mission, culture and values. Sam has encouraged us to think ahead, think big and turn outward to identify the best ideas to perpetuate our mission, while still staying true to our primary value."
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Context: The Mayo Clinic Board of Trustees re-elected Samuel Di Piazza as its chair at its quarterly meeting today. He will serve another four-year term. Di Piazza joined the Mayo Board of Trustees in 2010 and was elected chair in 2014. He is the retired global CEO of PwC. He held multiple leadership positions during his 36-year career at the company, including chairman and senior partner, and member, Global Leadership Team. He also served as vice chairman, Global Corporate and Investment Bank for Citigroup Inc.
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