Renee Hardman leaving Broadlawns
Renee Hardman is leaving her position as vice president of human resources and chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at Broadlawns Medical Center, President and CEO Anthony B. Coleman announced today.
Coleman said in a prepared statement that Hardman “has decided to pursue other opportunities within our community.”
“Renee has displayed a career-long commitment to her work in the areas of DEI and community engagement, and is also active in local government, and she is excited to devote more time and energy to these passions,” Coleman said in the statement. “I appreciate and applaud all of Renee’s diligent and important work on behalf of Broadlawns, our patients, our staff, and our broader community.”
Before joining Broadlawns in June last year, Hardman served as CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Iowa. She has been a West Des Moines city councilwoman since 2017.
Hardman is a member of the Business Record’s inaugural Forty Under 40 class in 2000 and was recognized as the Forty Under 40 Alum of the Year in 2020. She was also a Business Record Women of Influence honoree in 2004.
Hardman will assist Broadlawns with transition efforts. Inquiries related to community efforts or sponsorship requests can be sent to Broadlawns DEI consultant Manuela Weidemeier at email@example.com.