Planned Parenthood Welcomes Vice President for Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness
St. Paul, MN – Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota (PPMNS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Tonya Hampton to the role of Vice President for Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness.
Prior to joining Planned Parenthood, Ms. Hampton was the Senior Director for Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement for Health Partners. An established health care leader, Ms. Hampton brings 25 years of broad HR experience including culture change and transformation, human resource services, organization and learning development, talent management and employee engagement.
“We are incredibly fortunate that Tonya will be leading the human resources and organizational effectiveness work of our extensive, 19-clinic organization during a time of growth and significant changes in health care,” said Sarah Stoesz, President and CEO of PPMNS.
Planned Parenthood has a long-time commitment to diversity and inclusion and works every day to reflect that commitment in our clinical services, education and advocacy efforts. “Tonya has a strong history of fostering work environments where everyone feels welcomed, valued, and included,” continued Stoesz. “I’m looking forward to the knowledge and skill she’ll bring to building on PPMNS’ foundational commitment to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce that will carry us into the future.”
Ms. Hampton, who also holds a doctoral degree in organizational development, serves as board chair for Honoring Women Worldwide and as a board member for the Minneapolis Foundation.
Planned Parenthood is the largest provider of sexual and reproductive health care and education in the region. One in three women have relied on Planned Parenthood for progressive sexual health care nationwide. Regardless of insurance status or income, Planned Parenthood provides care, no matter what