Sunny Drenik, vice president of business development, and Tracy Stanford, vice president of human resources and employee health, recently joined the executive team at Medical City Fort Worth.
Drenik began her healthcare career as director of marketing/public relations for Truman Medical Center, a Level I Trauma Center in Kansas City, Missouri. From 2002-2006, she served as vice president of business development and marketing for HCA Healthcare’s Midwest division in Kansas City. Transitioning to North Texas, she worked as an associate administrator at Texas Health Presbyterian in Denton and later was named CEO/administrator for LifeCare Hospitals of Fort Worth. She is a past recipient of the Fort Worth Business Press’ 40 Under 40 Influential Executives.
Drenik holds a master’s degree in healthcare administration from the University of Texas at Arlington, a master’s degree in communication from Pittsburg State University and a bachelor’s degree from Pittsburg State University.
Stanford began her career in human resources in 1999 at Henderson Memorial Hospital (now part of East Texas Medical Center) in Henderson, Texas. She later served as staff manager of strategic human resources at Alltel Communications’ corporate offices in Arkansas. For the past nine years, she worked in North Texas healthcare organizations, most recently as director of human resources strategic and business services with Baylor Scott & White Health.
Stanford graduated summa cum laude from LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas, with a Bachelor of Business Administration, and she is currently pursuing her MBA in strategic leadership