Jill Hoggard Green, PhD, RN
Chief Operating Officer, Mission Health and President, Mission Hospital
Hoggard Green, has overall responsibility for Mission Hospital and MMA (Mission Medical Associates) in addition to operational responsibility for the health system. Hoggard Green joined Mission Health from PeaceHealth, a system that includes nine hospitals in Alaska, Washington and Oregon. She served as regional chief operating officer for the PeaceHealth Oregon Region, which includes three hospitals, ambulatory and home health services, a 200-member medical group practice and related health services. Before joining PeaceHealth, Hoggard Green served in a variety of leadership roles at Intermountain health care in Salt Lake City, Utah, one of the nation's leading not-for-profit health systems. There, she served as assistant vice president. She also spent eight years as the operating officer for various hospitals in the Intermountain system. A registered nurse, she began her career on the oncology and bone marrow transplant units at LDS Hospital, a 420-bed Level I trauma facility, and later held management positions at LDS in patient care management and quality improvement. Hoggard Green earned both her MS and PhD in Healthcare Leadership and Quality from the University of Utah, College of Nursing. Her husband, David, is also an RN, and they have two grown sons.
Karen Olsen, MBA, BSN, RN, NE-BC
Chief Nurse Executive, Mission Hospital
Olsen has responsibility for nursing services and other clinical service programs for Mission Hospital and outpatient departments of the hospital. Olsen joined Mission Health in 2011 from Novant Health in Winston-Salem. She served 20 years in the U.S. Navy Reserves, retiring as a Commander in the Nurse Corps, recalled for both Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom. Olsen served in various nursing leadership roles across North Carolina as well as Florida. Her nursing experience includes areas of critical care, emergency services, neonatal ICU, pediatrics and medical surgical. She received the North Carolina “Great 100” nursing award in 2016. Olsen earned her BSN from Beth-El College of Nursing and her MBA in Healthcare Management from Regis University in Colorado. Olsen served as a board member for Council on Aging and currently serves as a board member for Manna Food Bank. Her husband, Eric, is retired from the Air Force and most recently from the Winston-Salem Police Department. They have two grown, married children who reside in Tennessee and in Kentucky.