The Grant Partners Recruits CEO for Hemophilia of Georgia

June 11, 2024 – Alpharetta, GA-based The Grant Partners has placed Rob Maloney as the new CEO of Hemophilia of Georgia (HoG), an internationally and nationally recognized non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of people with bleeding disorders. “After an intensive, national CEO search, we are confident that Rob’s leadership skills, strategic mindset, distinguished healthcare career, and management experience, make him an excellent choice to lead our organization and serve the bleeding community well into the future,” said David Burns, Hemophilia of Georgia board member and chief governance officer. “We are excited to have him join this team of dedicated professionals.”

Mr. Maloney is an accomplished and visionary executive leader, who brings a wealth of experience to the organization as well as a proven track record of success in developing strategic initiatives to increase financial and operational performance. He previously served as executive vice president and chief operating officer for Erlanger Health, where he improved operational efficiency and expense management and developed and executed a corporate-level growth strategy that resulted in year over year market share growth across Primary Service Area (PSA) or Secondary Service Area (SSA).

Having previously worked in for-profit, mission driven, and government authority health environments, Mr. Maloney is an experienced healthcare administrator who has guided acute care facility operations and ambulatory growth. “As a formidable strategic thinker, he is able to focus on analysis of critical factors and variables that influence long-term organizational success and accomplish organizational goals, while simultaneously building engaged leadership teams that ultimately move organizations forward to greater heights,” HoG said.

“I am very excited to join Hemophilia of Georgia and look forward to continuing the progress of those who have come before me in expanding and improving access to quality healthcare and services and ensuring those with bleeding disorders have the support and resources they need to enable them to live as normally and productively as possible,” said Mr. Maloney.

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Headquartered in Sandy Springs, GA, Hemophilia of Georgia is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing services and support for people who have hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, and other inherited bleeding disorders.

Finding Senior Leaders

Founded in 2019, The Grant Partners has partnered with some of the world’s leading organizations to identify and attract high-level talent to grow their executive teams and put in place programs that will allow for the growth and development of their organizations. The firm’s clients range from Fortune 500 publicly-traded to privately-held companies, venture capital-backed technology start-ups to sports organizations. The sectors it serves include consumer and retail, financial and professional services, industrial, private equity, technology, and sports and entertainment.

The Grant Partners is led by Ryan Grant, president and founder. Mr. Grant has more than 10 years of executive search experience, having successfully completed more than 500 senior-level searches while working for Fortune 100 companies, private equity-owned organizations, and professional sports franchises. He has led C-suite searches across multiple industries and functions with a focus on client service and candidate experience. In his previous role as managing director, corporate practice, for a national boutique search firm, he grew the practice five times its initial size during a five-year period. From 2002 through 2007, Mr. Grant was a professional golfer, competing on the European Challenge Tour, PGA Tour Latinoamérica, Nationwide Tour, PGA Tour Canada, and National Golf Association Tour.

Past Search

The Grant Partners recently recruited Danielle Whitworth Barnes as president and CEO of the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee. Ms. Barnes is a former Tennessee Department of Human Services commissioner, leading the state’s second-largest department. Under her leadership, the Department of Human Services increased the number of collaborative partnerships with emphasis on meeting the essential needs of families, enhancing the customer experience, modernizing technology, reducing administrative process, increasing access to services in rural communities, and connecting customers to sustainable employment opportunities. Ms. Barnes previously served as an executive director for Ernst & Young, LLC, leading the U.S. human services practice for the firm.

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Contributed by Scott A. Scanlon, Editor-in-Chief; Dale M. Zupsansky, Executive Editor; Lily Fauver, Senior Editor – Hunt Scanlon Media

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