Cecile Currier is vice president of corporate and community health services for El Camino Hospital and chief executive officer of CONCERN: Employee Assistance Program (EAP). An employee of the hospital since 1985, she has many years of experience in health care with a focus on behavioral health, community health services, occupational health, and EAPs.
In addition to CONCERN, Ms. Currier is responsible for occupational health services, the Health Library and Resource Center, Rotacare Free Clinic, and a senior transportation program. She is also the host of Health Care Update, the hospital’s cable television program.
Active in community organizations, Ms. Currier is the current president of the Alzheimer’s Association of The Greater Bay Area, the past president of the EAP Association and the Mental Health Association of California.
She earned a B.A. in sociology from University of California Santa Barbara and a master’s degree in social work. She is a LCSW.
Ms. Currier was named a TWIN awardee in 1993 as one of the women in Santa Clara Valley who exemplify excellence in executive level positions.