Gui Valladares is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Princeton Health. During his 21 years of healthcare finance experience, Mr. Valladares has worked for a number of academic and community health systems located on the east coast and abroad. Mr. Valladares started his career at BD, a Fortune 500 international medical device company. Since then, he held a number of progressively complex finance leadership positions at hospitals in Baltimore and in the Philadelphia metropolitan areas: Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, and Kennedy Health System. Before moving to New Jersey, Mr. Valladares spent 10 years working for Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Md.
From 2002 to 2007, Mr. Valladares was the Corporate Director of Finance at Suburban Hospital, which later became part of Johns Hopkins Medicine. In 2007 he moved to Johns Hopkins Medicine International and served as its Chief Financial Officer until 2012, helping operate and implement a number of foreign hospitals and academic affiliations worldwide.
Mr. Valladares earned his MBA from Loyola University Maryland, with a concentration in finance. He earned a double Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Maryland College, in business administration and economics, with a minor in accounting. He is trained in Lean Six Sigma techniques, fluent in Portuguese and conversant in Spanish.