Nommo Donald, vice president of professional and support services at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth actively participates in the development of hospital strategic planning. As VP, she oversees the strategic analysis, design, development and implementation of chronic care management programs to support quality of care and population health in primary and secondary service areas. She also oversees the development and deployment of the growth strategy for the Executive Health Program, Re-admission Clinic, Senior Health & Wellness Center, Wellness for Life program as well as Vascular Diagnostic services. She is a transformational leader, respected executive and result-focused professional with demonstrated success in leading the entire life cycle of responsibilities associates with the management of operations, cost containment, capital projects, patient satisfaction and compliance issues in a highly regulated environment.
During Nommo’s nearly 20 years in health care and clinical operations, she has also proven proficiency in business/physician development, marketing, sales, human resources, facility design and fundraising.
Nommo earned a bachelor of science in organizational management from Wilberforce University and a master of healthcare administration from University of Texas at Arlington. She is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the National Association of Health Services Executives and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Nommo is currently a member of the Transforming Lives board of directors, as well as the Sister Cities International board of directors. She also serves on the advisory board for Fit Worth. Nommo most recently was appointed as a Civil Service Commissioner for the City of Fort Worth. She also received the Great 100 Women of Texas award as well as the Distinguished Alumni award from the University of Texas at Arlington.
She loves to spend time with her son, Amare and daughter Z/Mya. In her leisure, she enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.