From left to right: Patricia Lawson, Jane Monahan, and Erin Daniels
MONROE (WIFR) – Monroe Clinic welcomes Patricia Lawson, Jane Monahan and Erin Daniels to their new roles. The three bring experiences from health care, manufacturing and agri-business. They also reside in local communities.
New Director of Marketing/Community Relations
Patricia Lawson joins Monroe Clinic’s business development team as the organization’s director of marketing/community relations. In her position, she leads community outreach, marketing, and public relations. Lawson also acts as the organizations public information officer and executes marketing and communication strategy for the organization.
“The organization’s commitment to excellence is what makes being part of Monroe Clinic so exciting,” explained Lawson. “It’s simply a team of exceptional people striving to provide the best possible healthcare for their community.”
Before joining Monroe Clinic, Lawson worked with agri-business accounts at an advertising agency. She also has experience in rural healthcare marketing. The Lawson family have owned and operated a 300-acre farm in Darlington, Wis. since 1992.
New VP of Human Resources
Jane Monahan was recently promoted to the senior management team as the vice president of human resources. In her new role she plans, organizes and leads human resources, organizational development and education services. Monahan also works with the administrative team with corporate compliance as well as other mission, vision, and strategic priorities.
Monahan joined Monroe Clinic as the human resources director in 2010. Before joining the organization, she was a human resources manager/trainer for Colony Brands. Monahan also serves on the United Way of Green County board and previously served as a Monroe Chamber board member. She resides in Monroe, Wis. with her husband.
With Monahan’s promotion to VP of human resources, Erin Daniels, MBA, PHR, was promoted from human resources coach to director. In Daniels new role, she leads the development, structure and daily operations of the department while inspiring, motivating, and coaching the human resources team. Daniels joined the organization in 2008 and resides with her husband in Monroe, Wis. They also own and operate a dairy farm in Juda, Wis.
“We’re excited to have the opportunity to find such talent within our own communities,” said Mike Sanders, Monroe Clinic President and CEO. “Like so many of our great staff, these individuals not only work here, but live here, which makes them more conscious of Monroe Clinic services, because it’s their home too.”