William Beutler, MHA
William (Bill) Beutler is from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, and received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Franklin & Marshall College. During his undergraduate years Bill worked as an EMT as well as a representative for a spine surgical instrumentation company in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Following graduation, he went on to pursue his Master’s degree in Health Administration (MHA) from the University of Pittsburgh. Bill completed his administrative internship in the Department of Surgery at UPMC where his projects ranged from the implementation of new clinical pathways to the development of a business plan for chronic pain outpatient clinics. Throughout graduate school, Bill served on the Board of Directors for a local non-profit organization that delivered used furniture to underprivileged families and held several leadership roles in the School of Public Health. Outside of academics and work, Bill enjoys traveling, spending time with friends and family, playing golf, and coaching youth lacrosse.
Renee Botelho, MHA
Renee Botelho is from Corning, New York and earned her undergraduate degree in Policy Analysis and Management from Cornell University. While there, she completed an accelerated program to obtain her Master in Healthcare Administration (MHA) from the Sloan Program in Health Administration. During her time at Cornell, Renee served on a Board of Directors for a local Planned Parenthood as well as on the Sloan Student Association as Colloquium Chair. Renee completed an internship with FreemanWhite, a healthcare design and architectural firm, working with facility master plan client engagements. As a consulting intern, Renee used hospital data and interactive dashboards to help clients predict future bed and modality needs for imaging, surgical and other departments. Renee is an avid podcast listener, enjoys the outdoors and practices yoga in her free time.
McKinley Kelcy, MPH
McKinley Kelcy is from Charlotte, North Carolina, and received her undergraduate degree in Health Policy and Management from the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During her time at UNC Chapel Hill, she held internships at the University of Michigan Health System through the University of Michigan School of Public Health Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) and Carolinas HealthCare System. McKinley then went on to obtain her Master of Public Health (MPH) in Healthcare Management from the Yale School of Public Health in conjunction with the Yale School of Management. During her graduate summer internship, she returned to Carolinas HealthCare System to intern in the Innovation Engine. There her work involved using design thinking methods to create new models of care and integrate new technology into the health system. Throughout graduate school, McKinley has served as the Co-Manager for the Yale School of Public Health Student Consulting Group, a fellow for Innovate Health Yale, and on the leadership team for Yale’s inaugural health hackathons. Outside of work and academia, McKinley enjoys traveling, cooking, crocheting, and completing various arts and crafts projects.
Ashley Rader, MHA
Ashley Rader obtained her Masters in Healthcare Administration at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) and is joining the Cleveland Clinic from Charlotte, North Carolina. She received her undergraduate degree in Healthcare Management from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. Ashley’s interest in healthcare delivery grew while at Carolinas HealthCare System working as an intern with the administrative team and a system patient transfer coordinator. During her graduate studies at UNC, Ashley completed her administrative internship with Northwestern Medicine where she modified patient through-put processes in the emergency department and assembled a system-wide improvement portfolio. In Chapel Hill, Ashley engaged in strategic planning and process improvement projects with Duke Medicine and a student-run clinic. She particularly enjoyed working with her department’s strategic planning task force and initiating the UNC Women in Healthcare Leadership Symposium. Ashley appreciates time spent trying new recipes, hiking new trails, and enjoying friends and family.
Paige Wesolowski, MHA
Paige Wesolowski is from Buffalo, New York, and received her undergraduate degree in Biology from the State University of New York College at Geneseo (SUNY Geneseo). Upon graduating from SUNY Geneseo, Paige went on to pursue a Master of Health Administration from The George Washington University. During her time at The George Washington University, she interned in the ethics department at MedStar Washington Hospital Center and volunteered in the long term care facility at the DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Paige completed her summer residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in the Pathology and Dermatology departments. As a resident, Paige was involved in a variety of projects including the implementation of an inventory barcoding system, pathology case leakage analyses, and the launch of an eDermatology platform. Outside of academics and work, Paige enjoys trying new recipes, riding motorcycles, and going to music and theatre shows.
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“The Administrative Fellowship provided me the tools, resources, and internal network to be effective in my post-fellowship roles. The high quality of the project work combined with the strong leadership and mentorship infrastructure and engaged alumni network prepared me for future opportunities in a variety of disciplines throughout the enterprise. First working with our national affiliate programs to now focusing on enterprise cost initiatives, the fellowship has been instrumental in my growth as a healthcare professional.”
– Kathryn Schuessler, Administrative Fellow 2012-2013, Project Manager, Executive Administration
“The fellowship taught me how to look at things critically and to not be afraid to come up with creative, innovative solutions to problems. This approach has served me well both in Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi and in Cleveland Clinic Regional Operations.”
– Erick Vidmar, Administrative Fellow 2006-2007, Director of Ambulatory Operations, Strongsville & Brunswick
The Administrative Fellowship has been a valued management development program within the Cleveland Clinic for over 30 years. Over the past five years, 100% of Administrative Fellows have been offered permanent positions post-fellowship. The list below includes Alumni from the last 10 years currently working at Cleveland Clinic.
|Ali, Kanwal (Walle)||University of Michigan||2015/2016||Business Analyst||CC Abu Dhabi Clinical and Nursing Institute||CC Abu Dhabi Clinical and Nursing Institute|
|Allyn, Brian||George Washington University||2015/2016||Assistant Administrator||Department of General Surgery||Digestive Disease Institute|
|Chan, Sing Yuen (Joey)||Yale University||2015/2016||Project Manager||Nursing Administration||Nursing Institute|
|Clark, Stewart||University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences||2015/2016||Senior Analyst||CC Abu Dhabi, Strategy and Business Development||CC Abu Dhabi, Strategy and Business Developmenti|
|McCalla, Phylicia||University of Pittsburgh||2015/2016||Project Manager||OR Nursing Administration||Nursing Institute|
|Wortham VI, Edwin (Elliott)||University of Minnesota||2015/2016||Project Manager||Chief of Staff Office||Clinical Affairs|
|Fierst, Kimberly||Carnegie Mellon University||2014/2015||Analyst||Strategy Office||Strategy|
|Patzke, Andrew||University of Iowa||2014/2015||Analyst||CC Abu Dhabi Clinic Affairs||Abu Dhabi, Clinic Affairs|
|Snowden, Joshua||The Ohio State University||2014/2015||Payer Contracting & Pricing Specialist||CC Abu Dhabi, Patient Financial Services||Abu Dhabi, Patient Financial Services|
|Stovicek, Deanna||Virginia Commonwealth University||2014/2015||Assistant Administrator||Respiratory Institute||Critical Care Medicine|
|Thaker, Jay||University of Michigan||2014/2015||Project Manager||International Operations||International Operations|
|Yu, Vivian||University of Michigan||2014/2015||Project Manager||Executive Administration||Executive Administration|
|Auma-Ebanyat, Sharon||Maryland||2013/2014||Assistant Admin||Gastroenter-ology, Hematology & Endoscopy||Gastroenter-ology, DDI|
|Oliphant, David||University of Michigan||2013/2014||Assistant Administrator||General Surgery||General Surgery|
|Rodriguez, Chris||Texas A&M University||2013/2014||Administrator||Surgical Operations||Surgical Operations|
|Read, Katherine||Cornell University||2013/2014||Project Manager||Regional Operations||Regional Operations|
|Zimmer, Ted||University of Michigan||2013/2014||Associate Strategic Business Partner||Strategy Office||Strategy Office|
|O’Rourke, Chris||University of Michigan||2012/2013||Institute Administrator||Emergency Services Institute||Emergency Services Institute|
|Schuessler, Kathryn||University of Michigan||2012/2013||Administrator||Emergency Services Institute||Emergency Services Institute|
|Reineck, Paul||Union Graduate College||2011/2012||Director||HVI Strategic Operations||Heart and Vascular Institute|
|Zwischenberger, Andrea||George Washington University||2011/2012||Administrative Director||Executive Administration Office||Executive Administration Office|
|Schmiedel, Justin||Union Graduate College||2010/2011||Administrative Director||Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health Nevada||Neurological Institute, Las Vegas|
|Smith, Nehemiah||University of Michigan||2010/2011||Administrator||Department of General Surgery||Digestive Disease and Surgery Institute|
|LaRochelle, Dominique||Penn State||2009/2010||Senior Project Manager||Office of Partnering & Network Integration||Office of Partnering & Network Integration|
|Laird, Travis||Penn State||2007/2008||Senior Director, Strategic Space Planning||Exec Administration||Strategic Planning|
|Cissell, Molly||The Ohio State University||2006/2007||Director||Regional Operations||Regional Operations, Solon|
|Ibsen, Alison||Yale University||2006/2007||Senior Director||Cleveland Clinic Strategy||Cleveland Clinic Strategy|
|Vidmar, Erick||The Ohio State University||2006/2007||Director Regional Ambulatory Operations||Strongsville Family Health Center||Strongsville Family Health Center|
|Abhyankar, Dhanashree||UNC- Chapel Hill||2005/2006||Administrator||Hospital Medicine Institute||Medicine Institute|
|Snow, Meghan||St. Louis University||2005/2006||Institute Administrator, Administrative Director||Medicine Institute, Cleveland Clinic ACO||Medicine Institute|