Baltimore/Washington D.C. Regional Chapter Leadership

Bethany Mezzadra
Chapter President
University of Maryland Medical System

Bethany has more than 30 years of experience within the Healthcare Industry, specializing in Shared Service Environments. She currently leads a 32-person Accredited Payables Department ensuring the accuracy of $2 billion in annual payments.

Renee Genco
Chapter Vice President
Johns Hopkins Health System

Renée has more than 10 years of accounting-related experience and is currently leading an AP Shared Services team of 36. She holds a certificate in Forensic Accounting from Georgetown University.

Sharon Burrell
Chapter Secretary
University of Maryland Medical System

Overseeing a team of ten, Sharon ensures that over 30,000 vendor invoices are processed quickly and accurately each month. Managing the UMMS AP Production Team since 2009, Sharon is focused on implementing new technology to process over 80% of the invoices electronically. Her team, a part of an IOFM Accredited Payables Department, is also charged with processing check requests and recurring payments.

Judy Morgan
Membership Chair
University of Maryland Medical System

Judy has more than 40 years’ experience working in Healthcare with a background in AR, Payroll, Treasury and Accounts Payable. She is currently the Accounts Payable Customer Service/Issue Resolution Manager for Finance Shared Services including a Customer Service Support & Call Center.

The Baltimore/Washington D.C. Regional Chapter will network and share ideas regarding their processes, internal controls, compliance, and regulations.

“The ideas shared in our IOFM Chapter will generate best practices and improvements that our members can use to overcome common business challenges.”

Outside of our annual conferences, Chapters will provide our financial operations community the opportunity to meet on a quarterly basis.

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What comes with being an IOFM Chapter Member?

Building a stronger community.

IOFM Chapters were developed to help build a stronger community within the Financial Operations world. When we build stronger communities, we build bigger ideas, stronger relationships, and better processes.

Better processes.

In our Chapter meetings we work directly with leadership to ensure you’re learning something when you attend the quarterly meetings. Whether that’s a new idea on automation, compliance laws, collection regulations, when we meet in person we begin to understand everyone’s processes – which allows us the understanding of how something works, more importantly how you can make something work better.

Continuing your education.

Because we’re working closely with Chapter leaders to ensure you’re learning chapter meetings qualify for up-to 4 CEUs for IOFM’s certification programs.

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