Sandra Giernoth and Tracy Pearson Join St. Joseph’s Hospital Board of DirectorsSeptember 04, 2019Sandra Giernoth and Tracy Pearson Join St. Joseph’s Hospital Board of Directors
West Bend, Wis., Sept. 3 – Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin St. Joseph’s Hospital welcomes Sandra Giernoth and Tracy Pearson to its board of directors.
Sandra Giernoth, deputy district attorney for the Washington County District Attorney’s Office, also serves on the board of directors for United Way of Washington County. She is the co-chair of the executive council and the prior chair of professional development for the Emerging Leaders of Washington County. She previously served as assistant district attorney for the Washington County District Attorney’s Office. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Carroll College where she double majored in history and politics with a minor in philosophy. Sandra received her law degree from Marquette University Law School.
Tracy Pearson is the senior vice president and chief financial officer of Regal Ware where she oversees the Finance Human Resources, IT and Corporate Legal Department. She has been in with the Regal Ware family since 2014. She brings more than 25 years of experience in finance and operations and has extensive public and private experience in healthcare, distribution, technology services and energy sectors. Tracy holds a master’s degree in finance and organizational consulting from Boston College.
“Sandra and Tracy offer a great combination of community-mindedness and business acumen to the St. Joseph’s Hospital Board of directors,” said Christian Tschechlok, chairman of the hospital’s board. “We look forward to their insight and customer focus benefitting our hospital and the West Bend community.”
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin St. Joseph’s Hospital, founded in 1930 by local doctors, community leaders and the Sisters of the Divine Savior, is a full-service hospital serving residents of West Bend and Washington County. St. Joseph’s Hospital specializes in women’s health and birthing services, cancer care, surgical procedures and rehabilitation services. It’s part of the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health care network, which includes four community hospital campuses, more than 1,600 physicians and nearly 40 health centers and clinics, drawing patients from throughout the Midwest and the nation.Contact:Tim Olsen, MA, APR, Manager of Public Relations262-836-5472