Skanda V. Skandaverl MBA,CHFM,CHC, FASHE

Division Director, Facilities Management, Energy and Infrastructure Midwest National Real Estate, CommonSpirit Health®

Skanda Skandaverl has over thirty-two years of progressive experience in all stages of the healthcare industry and is currently serving as the Division Director of CommonSpirit Health. He oversees Facility Management, Energy and Infrastructure in Midwest divisions. Skanda strives to enhance the healthcare industry to ensure that all healthcare services are delivered with efficiency. Prior to his career in healthcare, Skanda worked in the electrical construction industry, where he acquired invaluable skills and extensive international experience in construction. He has demonstrated an unwavering dedication to improving the quality of the healthcare industry.

Skanda is active, regionally and nationally, in various healthcare organizations. He has been an active member of the American Society of Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) since 1990 and continues to hold various positions with ASHE. He graduated from the ASHE Leadership Institute in 2008. Skanda was the President of the Kansas City Area Healthcare Engineers (KCAHE) and Kansas Hospital Engineers Association (KHEA) from 2003 to 2005 and 2005 to 2006 respectively. ASHE selected Skanda as the Region Eight Emerging Leader in 2004. When Skanda was in Virginia, working for Sentara Healthcare System, he served as the President of Virginia Society Healthcare Engineers (VSHE) Hampton Chapter and represented region three on the ASHE board. Skanda was the president for Nebraska Society of Healthcare Engineers (NSHE) in 2017. He served on the ASHE Healthcare Executive Leadership Council, was on the faculty of many healthcare engineering conferences, including ASHE. Skanda has written numerous articles and spoken at many conferences and served on the ASHE Board 2018 to 2021 representing region eight. Skanda continues to serve on ASHE committees. Skanda is the current ASHE president .
Skanda holds a diploma in Electrical Engineering, a bachelor’s degree in Management and an MBA. He is a Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM), Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC) and a Fellow Member of ASHE (FASHE). He is a member of American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and is a firm believer in continuing education and professional growth to further his contributions within the healthcare industry.