Salem Regional Medical Center Appoints New Director of Development
July 27, 2017
After an extensive search, Amy Manolio (pictured right) has been selected to lead the Development Department at Salem Regional Medical Center (SRMC).
According to Anita Hackstedde, M.D., SRMC's President/CEO, "As our newly appointed Director of Development, Amy will work in tandem with our SRMC Foundation to oversee its fundraising efforts, along with directing the Hospital's volunteer services. The Foundation plays a key role in helping SRMC continue to provide the best possible healthcare in our communities and for every patient who comes through our doors."
Education and ExperienceAmy Manolio received her Bachelor of Arts and Science in English from the University of Kentucky at Lexington, and obtained her wealth strategist certification in 2012. She has over twenty-five years of experience in the financial and wealth management industry, with a proven record of achievement as a private banking officer and business development manager. Amy was most recently a Vice President and Private Bank Officer for the Mahoning Valley at Cortland Bank, and also held positions as Assistant Vice President Private Banking Relationship Manager at Key Private Bank in Canfield, and as the Assistant Vice President at Charter One Bank in Boardman.
Community service is very important to Amy, who has been actively involved in local fundraising and event planning for the Animal Charity Humane Society of Mahoning County as its Board Vice President, the American Heart Association and the Akron Children's Hospital Mahoning Valley Community Leadership Council.
"I am looking forward to my new role at SRMC, a hospital that is known regionally for its innovation and excellence of service and care. To work in an organization where there is a commitment to growth, while providing services that improve the health and lives of those we serve locally, is extremely important to me. I am eager to begin building relationships with SRMC's community partners and helping further the Hospital's mission."