The Bucknell University president is six years into his appointment as Geisinger’s board chair. In that time, he assisted with launching the Steele Institute for Health Innovation, was instrumental in forming the Bucknell-Geisinger Research Initiative and supported the search for the health system’s first chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer—all while steering the board through the COVID-19 pandemic. A proponent of best practices in board governance, Bravman incorporated new standing items on meeting agendas and formed a subcommittee focused on greater attention to environmental, social and governance investments. He has supported a number of Geisinger initiatives and programs, including those promoting growth in telehealth and other technologies, senior care access and expanded services in rural communities. He also championed the Abigail Scholars program, which gives qualified students a debt-free education at the system’s medical school.