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BWFH welcomes new Project Manager for Clinical Program Development

Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital recently welcomed Erin Lacey-Todd to the role of Project Manager for Clinical Program Development. In this role, she will work closely with Vice President of Clinical Services Susan Dempsey and key stakeholders from across the organization to manage the overall planning, coordination and execution of clinical program expansion and transition projects, specifically those related to our campus expansion project.

Lacey-Todd holds a bachelor’s degree in Management Studies from Cambridge College and a master’s degree in Health Informatics and Management from UMass Lowell. She comes to BWFH from Massachusetts General Hospital where, for the past eight years, she has served as Senior Administrative Manager in the Cardiology - Vascular Imaging Core Laboratory.

“After about five years in my previous role, I felt like I had learned all that I was going to learn. But then I had a baby and then the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Now that my daughter is in school full-time and the pandemic has started to subside, it seemed like a good time to look for a new opportunity,” she says of her decision to move on from her previous role.

Lacey-Todd had a growing interest in project management and clinical services and had recently moved to Dedham, so when the opportunity to take on her new role at BWFH emerged, things aligned.

“I’m really excited to think that I will be able to see such a large project through from its ground level to completion,” she says. “There’s a lot to it, but I can put my full focus on this building project and all the little details that go into it.”

Growing up in Charlestown, Lacey-Todd has deep-seeded roots in the Boston area. When she is not working or caring for her daughter Ava, she enjoys spending time with her husband and siblings, most of whom all live nearby and also have small children.

Published 10/10/22

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