Erik KolacinskiPresident and CEO
Erik Kolacinski comes to the VNA from Care South Health Systems in Augusta, Ga. He was the Senior Vice President of their Home Health, Hospice, and Private Duty line of business. In that role, he had direct oversight of Field Clinical Operations and Business Development, with $175 million in revenues generated. He had great successes in increasing revenue for the company as well as rolling out a new clinical training program that focused on onboarding, IT, clinical prowess, documentation and specialty programs. Under his leadership, the company increased their quality star rating from 2.5 to 4. Erik also brings a great deal of experience in creating partnerships and joint ventures with hospitals and care providers, which will be helpful in his role at the VNA.
Kathy OrtonVice President of Clinical Services /Chief Regulatory Officer
Kathy is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the VNA’s compliance programs including activities related to regulatory oversight at both Federal and State levels, agency accreditation by the Joint Commission, and licensure. She is also responsible for helping to educate VNA associates about pending and current regulatory changes. Kathy earned her nursing degree from Fitchburg College in Massachusetts. She also holds a Master’s degree in healthcare administration from Kennedy Western University. She is also a licensed Risk Manager.
Kerry BartlettVice President of VNA & Hospice Foundation
Kerry Bartlett, CFRE, MBA is the Vice President of the VNA & Hospice Foundation. Kerry has 25 years of experience in philanthropy including fundraising campaigns, planned giving, board development, strategic planning and organizational culture. Her vast experience includes serving as the chief advancement officer for the VNA from 2001-2007, as the executive director for the Indian River Community Foundation and, most recently, as managing director of Carter (formerly known as Bob Carter Companies), where she continues to be a consultant for nonprofit organizations.
Since 2001, Kerry has held the Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) accreditation. In 2006, she co-founded the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), Indian River, Florida Chapter. She is a member of the Planned Giving Council of Indian River and the Indian River Estate Planning Council. She is one of seven co-chairs for the 2015-16 United Way of Indian River County campaign in addition to serving on the Board of the Kindergarten Readiness Collaborative and the Mental Health Association Governance Committee. Kerry holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Relations from the University of Florida and a Master of Business Administration Degree from Nova Southeastern University.
Rosalie WebsterVice President of Human Resources & Education
Rosalie, brings to the VNA more than fourteen years of HR support, employee relations, and managerial experience in human resource positions for large companies. She is responsible for the management and direction of all aspects of the VNA’s human resource and education departments. Prior to joining the VNA, she served as the Human Resource Director at Senior Resource Association in Vero Beach, where she provided leadership, support, and recruitment. In addition to working at the Senior Resource Association, Webster previously worked at Musa Holdings, in Florida, as the Human Resources Director, where she took a one year project to revamp HR functions and enhance department and company performance. Rosalie earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Montclair State University. She has also earned certification as an SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources).