Nicole Barringer Joins Hospice of the Western Reserve as Vice President, Human Resources

Nicole Barringer has joined Hospice of the Western Reserve as vice president of Human Resources. As a member of the senior executive leadership team, she oversees all aspects of human capital management HR strategy, including talent management, employee engagement, leadership development, compensation and benefits. 

Prior to joining the nonprofit agency, Barringer held leadership positions in the retail, manufacturing and nonprofit sectors via the Limited Brands, General Motors and Volunteers of America.

She is a graduate of Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, with a J.D. in employment law and labor relations rules. Barringer earned an MBA from Franklin University specializing in human resources management, organizational development and change management. She holds certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR-CP) and is also a minister.

“Nicole possesses an amazing professional skill set, and a true drive and passion for the work of Hospice of the Western Reserve, which make her an invaluable asset to our team,” said Bill Finn, president and CEO.

“It’s really quite simple for me,” Barringer said about her decision to join Hospice of the Western Reserve. “This is purpose-driven work. I am so excited to be a part of an organization that has the privilege of serving our community in such a meaningful way. Our greatest resources and most valuable asset are our people. I am honored to support them.” 

A resident of Brunswick, she is actively involved in mentoring and coaching foster care adolescents and young adults in the community who are interested in pursuing higher education and successful careers in Human Resources. 

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