Corbett Price serves as Chairman and CEO of Quantix Health Capital, LLC, a healthcare financial advisory firm. Mr. Price also serves as CEO of Kurron Capital, LLC, a healthcare private equity firm, and is the Founder and Chairman of Kurron & Company, Inc., a management consulting firm that manages healthcare companies in the U.S. and abroad. He also is a member of The Ohio State University Board of Trustees.
Corbett A. Price was recognized for his philanthropy to The Ohio State University at the New York launch of the But for Ohio State fundraising campaign. The event was held Nov. 4 at the University Club of New York.
The event, part of the multi-city But for Ohio State Campaign tour hosted by Ohio State Interim President Joseph A. Alutto was attended by over 150 Ohio State alumni and supporters from the New York area. More than 10,000 Ohio State alumni currently reside in New York, including 9,200 in the New York metro area.
“Corbett Price gives generously of his time and resources to support Ohio State and is an important adviser to the university in many capacities,” said Interim President Joseph A. Alutto. “His multimillion dollar support of everything from scholarships to discretionary funds gives us the leverage to attract the best and brightest students and faculty to Ohio State. Corbett is a loyal alumnus, a generous benefactor, a valued member of our Board of Trustees and a committed public servant.”
Each year, a student majoring in Health Services Management and Policy at The Ohio State University has received funding through an endowment from Corbett A Price and family. Established in 1998, income from the fund has provided scholarships, technology enhancements, training and other educational needs.
This year’s recipient, Anam Khan, was chosen based on her promise of success and potential to provide exceptional leadership in hospital and health services. Upon receiving the award, Anam noted, “I would not have been able to attend Ohio State because of financial reasons, but I really liked the MHA program and wanted to get started. This scholarship turned the impossible into the possible. I hope that when I graduate from OSU and am on my career path, I will also be able to help someone’s dream come true as an OSU alumni. I am truly thankful to Mr. Price for this funding. Without your support, I would not have been able to achieve my goals.”
Corbett Price was one of several distinguished Ohio State alumni to attend the dedication of Hale Hall. The new home of the Hale Black Cultural Center now resides in one of the most historic buildings on the OSU campus.
Ohio State officials, students, faculty and staff celebrated a ceremonial ribbon-cutting on September 25 to mark the official re-opening, now located at 154 W. 12th Ave., across the street from its former location. The center’s new home, formerly Enarson Hall, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It served as Ohio State’s first student union in 1911.