The American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration, an AHA professional membership group, today announced its new board members and officers for 2019. Joining the board are Emily Endert, director of human resources at Covenant Woods in Mechanicsville, Va., and Marie Stehmer, senior director of human resources at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center in Eugene, Ore. Sarah Fredrickson, director of workforce insights at Mayo Clinic, will serve as president; Willis Tisdale, director of human resources at Shriners Hospitals for Children in Greenville, S.C., as vice president; and Deborah Hanratty, human resources manager at Pyramid Peak Corporation in Gilbert, Ariz., as treasurer. 

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