Tuesday, June 07, 2016
Fielding Promoted to Vice President of Organizational Engagement and Chief Administrative Officer
Laura Fielding, FACHE, has been promoted to Vice President of Organizational Engagement and Chief Administrative Officer for Holy Family Memorial reflecting her expanded role and participation at the senior and governance levels of the organization. She previously held the position of Administrative Director of Organizational Development and Support Services.
Fielding will maintain overall accountability and/or coordination for the following functions: organization-wide culture of inspired caring and internal operational innovation, organizational engagement, human resources, education, employee health, Credit Union and support services including plant operations, housekeeping, food service, linen services, communications and biomedical.
“It gives me great pleasure to announce Laura’s well-deserved promotion,” said HFM President and CEO Mark Herzog. “Laura is a valued member of our senior leadership team as HFM continues to grow and transform our culture of inspired caring, with her efforts focused on integrating operational innovation and organizational development to deliver HFM’s Right Care approach to the people of Manitowoc County.”
Fielding began her career at HFM in 1989 as Employment Coordinator in the Human Resources department. Over the last 27 years, she has taken on roles of increasing responsibility within HFM. Fielding has been the Administrative Director of Organizational Development and Support Services at HFM since 2009.
In addition, Fielding is a Fellow in the American College of Health Care Executives and has participated in numerous thought leadership activities at local, state and national events including the National Center for Health Care Leaders, the American College of Health Care Executives, Beryl Institute and American Hospital Association Rural Conference. She currently serves as a board member of the Holiday House of Manitowoc.
Fielding holds a master’s degree in management and organizational behavior from Silver Lake College and a bachelor’s degree in public administration/policy analysis from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.