Henry Jackson Foundation issued the following announcement on June 27.
The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) announced that it has named Michael Stambaugh as Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer and Corey Hastings as Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer. Both will be members of the organization’s executive team and report to President and CEO Joseph Caravalho, Jr., M.D.
Stambaugh will act as HJF’s principal strategic advisor on global human capital and human resources directives and initiatives and will be responsible for leading a human resources team that is flexible, responsive and focused on customer service.
Stambaugh joins HJF from Women for Women International, which serves women who are survivors of war in post-conflict and conflict-affected countries, where he was Vice President of Human Resources. Prior to that, he was Director of International Human Resources at Creative Associates International. He spent 10 years overseas with Kellogg Brown & Root, where he began as a Senior Human Resources Generalist and HR Supervisor and concluded his tenure as regional human resources manager.
“Michael comes to us with a mix of experience in the non-profit and government contracting sectors and has a history of helping those impacted by war,” Caravalho said. “His capabilities and background will help HJF attract the talent we need to serve our nation’s warfighters and advance military medicine.”
A U.S. Army veteran, Stambaugh received a master’s degree in human resources and employee relations from Penn State University.
Hastings will be responsible for ensuring the integrity of HJF’s financial and budgetary controls and reporting systems, ensuring adequate financial flexibility to execute the company’s operating and strategic plans, and informing executive decision-making across HJF.
“Fulfilling our mission to advance military medicine requires sound management of our financial resources, “ Caravahlo said. “I’m pleased to have Corey bring his expertise in operations and finance to HJF.”
Hastings joins HJF from the AARP Foundation, where his first role with the organization was as Senior Management Consultant. He left AARP to be the Executive Manager of the Uniformed Services University’s Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine, and later returned to AARP Foundation as Director of Finance and then Vice President, Workforce Programs.
Previously, he also held finance and management positions with Development Alternatives, Inc. and HJF, as a Program Manager at Uniformed Services University. He received a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and a Master of Business Administration from the Mason School of Business at William and Mary and was licensed as a certified public accountant in 2009.
As one of the largest not-for-profit organizations in the Washington, D.C., area, HJF employs more than 2,300 individuals across the U.S. with an additional 450 employees working internationally.
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