Maine HR Convention: May 7-10, 2019 – Samoset Resort, Rockport, ME


 

Catherine Lamson

Catherine is the Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer at MEMIC. She came to MEMIC in 2002. After 10 years in banking, she entered the healthcare sector working for MaineHealth, the largest healthcare system north of Boston, and gained another 11 years of experience in a tertiary care hospital and medical laboratory setting.

She is responsible for the corporate administrative functions of the organization which are inclusive of human resources, compensation (cash and non-cash), benefits, training and education, along with responsibility for all real estate holdings and all facilities management functions throughout the system.

Catherine received her bachelor’s degree from the University of New England. She has earned the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) from the Human Resource Certification Institute and the Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) designations from the Society for Human Resource Management along with Workers Compensation Professional (WCP) designation from AmComp. She is also a graduate of the Institute for Civic Leadership.

Catherine is a Director of the Healthcare Purchaser Alliance of Maine and is currently a member of the Board of the Olympia Snowe Women’s Leadership Institute and a Board Member of the Center for Grieving Children. She is also the President of the Dorcas Society of Hollis & Buxton, a local philanthropic charity group since 1897 and the State of Maine Chair for the national Million Women Mentors movement and a sponsor of the Women in Insurance group that is focused on moving women up in the insurance industry.

She has served as the Board Chair of the Park Danforth, which is a senior residential community and assisted living facility, and the Portland Downtown District Board as Treasurer in addition to being a member of the Board of the Town and Country Federal Credit Union.

Sessions: EARLY BIRD | Re-Imagining an Established, Successful Organization: MEMIC and the Role of HR