Scott Manning, SPHR, FASPR
Scott Manning is the Chief Human Resource Officer for District Medical Group in Phoenix AZ. Scott has successfully navigated a dual career track which includes 25+ years of experience in both his fields of expertise. He has achieved professional certification as both a FASPR and an SPHR. He is a "charter member" of ASPR and has held multiple leadership roles including a 3 year term as President and served seven years on the ASPR Board. He has been a frequent speaker/contributor at ASPR conferences and in the Fellowship program.
With a background in recruitment, retention, locum tenens placement, medical staff development and credentialing, Kathy has been in the Physician Relations field for over 30 years.
To date, Kathy has initiated Physician Recruitment and Relations departments in private practices, academic institutions and large hospital systems. In addition to starting her own consulting firm, Kathy has placed physicians throughout eastern North Carolina for clients such as Wake Med, Raleigh Internal Medicine, LeBauer Group, ECIM, Wilmington Health Associates and most recently, New Hanover Regional Medical Center where she serves as the Director of Physician Relations.
Kathy graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Public Health with a degree in Health Education. She served as a Board Member for Carolinas Association for Physician Services and as President in 2011. She is a member of ASPR and the NC MGMA and serves as Vice-President for the Wilmington area MGMA. She is very active in numerous community non-profit agencies, most recently as President of the Domestic Violence Shelter and Services and Auction Chair for the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Cape Fear Heart Ball.
Kathy has two daughters who are also service oriented. Catherine Ayer served two years in the Americorp program based in Denver, Colorado. Most recently she taught English in Cambodia and worked on organic farms in New Zealand and Hawaii. Margaret graduated with Honors at North Carolina State in Raleigh in the School of Engineering and is pursuing her engineering career and serves in the Naval Reserves. When not in the hospital, you will find Kathy fishing, cooking or enjoying her standup paddleboarding.