Assistant Vice President of Hospital Growth
Molly Stockley is the Assistant Vice President of Hospital Growth at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) at Western Regional Medical Center. Ms. Stockley oversees all Marketing efforts and Growth initiatives for the hospital, including key market development, public affairs, marketing operations, special events, physician relations, volunteer services and payor relations.
Ms. Stockley received a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communications from Oklahoma City University. She has a diverse background in the marketing, advertising and media industry. Prior to joining CTCA in July 2008, Ms. Stockley worked for the Belo Corporation, one of the largest media companies in the country. She worked for Belo properties such as KTVK 3, KASW 6, KMSB 11, KTTU 18 (Phoenix/Tucson), KGW 8 (Portland) and KING 5 (Seattle). Ms. Stockley has also worked within the marketing department for the Anaheim Angels Major League Baseball organization and as the Director of Public Relations for the Angels’ minor league affiliate, Lake Elsinore Storm. Additionally, Ms. Stockley was a sportscaster in Lafayette, Louisiana, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Seattle, Washington.
In October 2008, Ms. Stockley co-founded Kristi Cares Melanoma Foundation in honor of a dear friend and colleague who lost her life to the disease. Ms. Stockley serves as Vice President of the non-profit, which strives to educate Arizona residents about the dangers of skin cancer.
Ms. Stockley has served as Chair and Auction Chair of the American Cancer Society’s Jewel Ball, one of Phoenix’s four major galas. In addition, she was Chair of the 2010 West Valley Arts Council Diamond Ball. Ms. Stockley serves as the Vice President of the Board of Directors for Arizona’s Assistance in Health Care, an organization that provides financial assistance for non-medical expenses to cancer patients residing in the Phoenix metropolitan area. She is also on the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Athena Awards nomination committee and the West Valley Advisory Board for Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Ms. Stockley is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Arizona Healthcare Executives. She was chosen as the 2010 Best of the West Emerging Leader Award winner and 2010 West Valley “Mover” from West Valley 24. Additionally, Ms. Stockley was selected as one of the 2011 Forty-Under-40 recipients, a premier program honoring young leaders in the Phoenix metropolitan area and was awarded the 2011 Arizona Business Magazine Healthcare Leadership Award in the Community Relations category.
Ms. Stockley, her husband Bob and their son Jackson reside in Peoria, Arizona.