Vice President of Hospital Growth
Molly Stockley is currently the Vice President of Hospital Growth at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), Phoenix, and has been with the company for eight years. This executive-level position sits on the 10-member Executive Leadership Team at CTCA®, and includes both clinical and non-clinical leaders. Stockley collaborates with hospital leadership, corporate leadership and the regional and national Board of Directors to establish marketing and outreach strategies.
Stockley is responsible for executing on that strategy with the primary mission of raising awareness about CTCA to treat more people who have been diagnosed with cancer. Stockley purposefully leads the comprehensive growth/marketing arena for a 13-state region, including: key market development (community outreach) in 17 demographic market areas; public affairs and all hospital communications; marketing analytics and operations; physician referrals; employer relations; business development, loyalty; special events and volunteers and international markets.
She has 23 years in the marketing, advertising, broadcasting and media. Prior to joining CTCA, Stockley worked in television, in Portland, Oregon and Phoenix, Arizona and in the marketing department with the Anaheim Angels Major League Baseball organization. Additionally, Stockley was a sportscaster on television stations in Lafayette, Louisiana, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Seattle, Washington.
Stockley is extremely active in the Valley: Kristina A. Stockley Melanoma Foundation Phoenix Heart Ball, Catholic Community Foundation Leadership Circle, Diocese of Phoenix Capital Campaign, Assistance In Healthcare, Goodyear Police Shop With A Cop, Phoenix Symphony, 12th Cancer Support Community Porch Party, 49th American Cancer Society’s Jewel Ball, Phoenix Children’s Hospital West Valley Advisory Member and Charter 100 member.
She is has also been a featured speaker at numerous national and regional events; 2014 United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Convention, 2014 Fresh Start Transition to Thrive Luncheon, women’s organizations and events.
Stockley is honored to have received the following awards: 2016 West Valley Woman of the Year by West Valley Women, 2016 Phoenix Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business, 2016 Arizona Foothills Magazine Women Who Move the Valley, 2016 Trends Charitable Foundation Trendsetter, 2016 Nominee Arizona Foothills Magazine Favorite Mom in the Valley, 2016 Nominee Arizona Foothills Magazine Favorite Couple in the Valley, 2015 AZ Business Magazine Most Influential Women in Arizona, 2011 Forty Under 40 Most Influential Leaders in Arizona, 2011 Arizona Business Magazine Leadership Award Community Relations, 2010 WestMarc Best of the West Emerging Leader, 2010 West Valley “Mover”, 2010 Leadership West Project of the Year: Skin Cancer Awareness Project in 33 locations.
Stockley is working on her master’s degree at Boston University and holds a BA in mass communication from Oklahoma City University. Stockley, from New Iberia, Louisiana, has been in Phoenix for 13 years and is married to Bob, a third-generation Arizonan. Together they have two boys, Jackson, 4, and Jacob, 2, who are fourth-generation Arizonans.