Renee Stolis

Executive Workforce Managing Principal

Renee Stolis is Executive Workforce Managing Principal at SullivanCotter and has a deep understanding of the challenges associated with the alignment of compensation and incentive structures across complex organizations.

With 20 years as a consultant, Renee specializes in advising organizations with multiple entities, such as academic medical centers, multi-location health systems, community-based hospitals, medical groups, and higher education institutions. She also advises large social service organizations.

Renee’s experience includes:

  • Focusing on compensation for executives, physicians and strategically critical subsets of the workforce – such as an acquired physician group, specialty physicians and advanced practice providers – to help organizations better compete for and retain top talent in emerging executive and clinical leadership roles.
  • Identifying customized peer groups and analytics to enhance how total rewards – base pay, short- and long-term incentives, supplemental benefits, etc. – support an organization’s compensation philosophy, mission and values, as well as align with its business goals.
  • Working with boards, committees and management on executive governance and providing education on trends, new processes and regulations affecting executive compensation to assist an organization in effectively managing its fiduciary responsibility.
  • Performing comprehensive, whole-organization reviews of compensation programs, including salary structure, variable/incentive compensation and job titling/leveling to ensure standardization through growth, after M&A and over time.
  • Preparing formal opinion letters regarding the reasonableness of compensation provided to disqualified persons of not-for-profit 501(c)(3) and (c)(4) organizations.

Prior to joining SullivanCotter, Renee held an internal compensation consulting role at a telecommunication company and was an associate at a global human resources consulting firm.

Renee received a Bachelor of Arts in economics and psychology from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. She also earned a Master of Business Administration from DePaul University in Chicago

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