Fort Thomas resident named interim VP at Christ Hospital

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Fort Thomas’ Jenny Collopy is one of two c-suite changes Christ Hospital announced this week.

Collopy was promoted to interim vice president and chief marketing and communications officer as of July 1. She currently serves as the associate director of marketing and communications.

 “Jenny’s passion for the Christ Hospital Health Network and its mission can be felt in every piece of work she touches and every room she walks in,” said Debbie Hayes, president and CEO of The Christ Hospital Health Network. “She is deeply committed to telling the amazing stories strategically and broadly so everyone in our region, and the nation, knows and feels our commitment to providing exceptional outcomes and the finest experiences for our patients and their families.”

Collopy joined The Christ Hospital Health Network in 2015. Prior to that, she worked at Madison Design Group, managing major branding projects and strategic initiatives for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Proctor & Gamble and Cintas. Earlier in her career, she was the account lead at Northlich and worked with Ohio State University Medical Center, The James, and The Health Collaborative.

Collopy received her Bachelor of Science in communication and her Master’s in Health Communication from Northern Kentucky University. She also received her teaching certificate at NKU, has taught communication classes at Gateway Community & Technical College and NKU, and currently is an adjunct faculty member at The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences, teaching internal communication and practical communication classes for healthcare professionals.

Collopy was also recently selected for the 44th class of Leadership Northern Kentucky.

Corey Heller, the other c-suite change, is the new chief human resource and people officer. He was most recently the vice president, chief human resource officer at Abry Partners/Sentry Data Systems, a national leader in pharmacy procurement, compliance and utilization management. He has served as the CHRO for Intermountain Healthcare, Baptist Health South Florida, Bassett Healthcare Network as well as Florida Blue. 

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“Our future success depends on the recruitment and retention of talented team members and our continued work on strengthening our culture to meet demands of our challenges,” Hayes said. “Corey will be instrumental in leading these efforts in the future.”

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