Martha Huston

Chair, WIN Advisory Council
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Services and Solutions, Cardinal Health (Retired)

Martha Huston is former Senior Vice President and General Manager for Services and Solutions for the Medical segment of Cardinal Health. Cardinal Health is a global health care services and products company that brings scaled solutions that help pharmacies, hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, clinical laboratories and physician offices focusing on patient care while reducing costs, enhancing efficiency and improving quality.

In her previous role Ms. Huston was the President of Cardinal Health Canada where she was responsible for formulating and implementing the overall strategy for the business. Ms. Huston previously served as Senior Vice President for HSS Customer Support where she developed and implemented strategies for enhancing the customer experience in the medical supply chain. Prior to that, she served as the Senior Vice President, General Manager for the medical segment in the West region. With Cardinal Health since 2005, she has held executive positions in warehouse distribution and operations in both the medical and pharmacy segments and in supply chain services. 

Before joining Cardinal Health, Martha served in executive roles for Owens & Minor with responsibility for sales and operations at both regional and national levels. She has held management positions in the healthcare, banking and insurance industries with experience in treasury management, internal audit, public accounting and insurance claims processing.

Ms. Huston received an Executive MBA from the University of Iowa and a BA in Business and Accounting from Simpson College. She also completed executive education programs in leadership and health care at the University of Virginia and the University of Michigan School of Business. In addition, she has earned the Certified Public Accountant designation as well as that of Certified Internal Auditor and is a graduate of Leadership America, the preeminent women’s development program.

WIN’s Advisory Council acts as a visible body of leadership, influence and support for the ground-breaking work that WIN executes. These Canadian and international advisors, ambassadors and connectors further WIN’s goals while contributing business and health system expertise to scale innovation and drive impactful change in healthcare.