Trinity Health release
MINOT — Jenny Marchiniak, MBA, a human resources executive with over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit and for-profit sectors, has been named Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) with Trinity Health.
As CHRO, Marchiniak will play a major role when it comes to developing HR strategies that align with the mission of Trinity Health, Minot’s largest employer. She’ll also provide leadership for the organization’s greatest asset, its over 2,600 employees.
Marchiniak brings a wide array of skills to her position, having worked with health systems ranging in size from HealthPartners/Group Health Plan, Inc., in Bloomington, MN, a $7 billion organization with a workforce of 26,000 employees to Fairview Health Services, a $6 billion organization of 37,000 employees. She spent over nine years with Fairview Pharmacy Services, LLC, and Fairview Health Services of Minneapolis, where she achieved a 95% satisfaction score on patient and family surveys and maintained the highest employee engagement throughout the Fairview system.
Prior to joining Trinity Health, Marchiniak served as chief human resources officer at Bethel University in St. Paul, her alma mater. During her tenure there, she initiated a variety of organizational enhancements, including an internal communications platform that united the campus community.
Marchiniak received both her Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management and her Master of Business Administration from Bethel University. A member of the Society for HR Management, she holds the credential of Senior Certified Professional and is also a certified facilitator in Cultural Intelligence.
She succeeds Renae Lenertz, who is retiring after 24 years as an HR executive with Trinity Health.