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Tector hired as vice president, general counsel for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

June 20, 2016

Leslie_TectorMILWAUKEE- Leslie Tector has been named vice president and general counsel for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, effective June 6, 2016.

Tector will lead the Legal, Risk Management and Corporate Insurance teams. She will oversee legal matters throughout Children’s and all of its entities by assessing and ensuring that all legal issues are managed in accordance with applicable law and regulation. She will also work closely with senior leaders and the Board of Directors to ensure a variety of legal and risk situations are addressed appropriately.

“Leslie’s legal and business experience and skills are an excellent match for our organization and will complement the breadth and depth of talent in our Legal Services department,” said Michelle Mettner, corporate vice president of Government and Legal Affairs.

Tector has more than 20 years experience providing legal counsel to health care entities and industry leaders. She comes to Children’s from Quarles & Brady LLP, and prior to that she worked with other law firms and health care organizations in the greater Milwaukee area. She received her law degree from Boston College Law School and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Georgetown University.

Tector lives in Milwaukee.

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is the region’s only independent health care system dedicated solely to the health and well-being of children. The hospital, with locations in Milwaukee and Neenah, Wisconsin, is recognized as one of the leading pediatric health care centers in the United States. It is ranked in nine specialty areas in U.S. News & World Report’s 2015-16 Best Children’s Hospitals report. Children’s provides primary care, specialty care, urgent care, emergency care, community health services, foster and adoption services, child and family counseling, child advocacy services and family resource centers. In 2014, Children’s invested more than $102 million in the community to improve the health status of children through medical care, advocacy, education and pediatric medical research. Children’s achieves its mission in part through donations from individuals, corporations and foundations and is proud to be a member of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. For more information, visit the website at chw.org.

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