Indianapolis, IN - The New Hope of Indiana Board of Directors has selected Allison Wharry as the organization’s chief executive officer.
"Allison has a track record that demonstrates she is the right person to lead a strong organization like New Hope of Indiana and take it to the next level at a time when healthcare is undergoing massive changes," said current CEO James Van Dyke. "We were fortunate to have her serve as our board chair through the current term. In that position and in her other involvements she has proven herself to be an innovative leader as well as a successful mentor and team builder. Allison brings a unique perspective at a time when New Hope is ramping up to meet the evolving needs of those we serve. I am honored to leave the organization in such capable hands."
Allison Wharry is currently a consultant at RSE Healthcare Services where she works in the area of healthcare access. She was previously a system Vice President and Chief Advocacy Officer for St. Vincent Health. Allison also served as Vice President for Government Relations at the Indiana Hospital and Health Association. Allison is married to Stan Evans and they have two children, Burk and Annie.
"It is a privilege for me to join New Hope," Wharry said. "The organization has a long and accomplished record of supporting many of our most vulnerable citizens. I look forward to working with New Hope's dedicated professional staff to build on the organization's legacy of leadership in high quality, accessible, person-centered care." Allison will assume the role beginning in September 2014.
For more information about New Hope of Indiana, please contact Charles Stanton, Consultant for Marketing and Development at 317-643-2468.