CHICAGO – Sullivan, Cotter and Associates, Inc., one of the nation’s leading independent compensation, benefits and human resources management consulting firms, has named John Collins as a Principal in its Executive Compensation practice and announced that Marc Hallee has rejoined the firm as a Consulting Principal in its Physician Compensation practice.
John Collins – Principal, Executive Compensation
Mr. Collins joins SullivanCotter with over 20 years of experience in compensation and benefits consulting for a variety of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. His experience encompasses design and implementation of annual and long-term incentive plans, nonqualified deferred compensation sales incentive plans and benefits strategy design. Prior to joining SullivanCotter, Mr. Collins worked at Towers Watson, where he was a Principal and the Director of Executive Compensation and Rewards in New York. He has a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from The State University of New York in New York and a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in finance from Columbia Business School in New York.
“We would like to welcome John to the SullivanCotter team,” said Chris Terranova Asselta, Managing Director of SullivanCotter’s Eastern region. “John’s extensive background in executive compensation and benefits consulting will help elevate SullivanCotter’s capabilities to better serve our clients in the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors.”
Marc Hallee – Principal, Physician Compensation
Mr. Hallee returns to SullivanCotter with more than 20 years of experience in compensation and benefits program redesign and overseeing compensation strategies and programs for physicians. He formerly served as Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Scott & White Healthcare in Texas, where he oversaw the strategy and programming for a $2.2 billion health system for more than 14,000 employees. Mr. Hallee has a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Bates College in Maine and a Master of Business Administration in leadership and change management from DePaul University in Illinois.
“As health systems continue to change and evolve, Marc truly understands the real life issues associated with managing physician relationships,” said Jim Rohan, Managing Director of SullivanCotter’s Central region. “His experience as the Chief Human Resources Officer of a major health system in Texas will also be valuable as SullivanCotter continues to look at ways to better meet our clients’ needs in that region.”