President and CEO
John Lauck was named President and CEO of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in January 2011. He brings extensive leadership, innovation, operations and marketing experiences to his current position. Under his direction, CMN Hospitals has raised record-breaking funds and set forth an aggressive plan to raise $1 billion annually for member hospitals by 2022.
Prior to joining CMN Hospitals, John was Co-CEO of Mrs. Fields Famous Brands. He has also served as president and chief marketing officer for Arby’s and in senior marketing roles at PepsiCo/Pizza Hut, General Mills, Blockbuster and Footaction.
John received his bachelor’s and MBA from Brigham Young University.
Chief People Officer
Jenni DeBartolo is the Chief People Officer for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. In her current post she oversees all employee development and human resource functions.
She came to CMN Hospitals in 1998 with more than 10 years of human resource experience at several mid- to large-size companies. Since that time, Jenni has served in a variety of capacities. Prior to her position in human resources, she worked closely with the executive team, CEO and Board of Trustees in an administrative role.
Jenni attended Dixie State College and Utah Valley University. She also has a Senior Professional in Human Resources certificate from the Society For Human Resource Management.
Chief Operating Officer, Canada
John Hartman is the Chief Operating Officer, Canada for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. In John’s current capacity, he oversees all operations, planning and management of the organization in Canada, which raises nearly $50 million annually for its 12 member foundations.
John joined CMN Hospitals in 2004 to head up the Canadian operations and for a brief period led CMN Hospitals’ international efforts in the UK, Ireland and Australia.
Prior to joining CMN Hospitals, John held a number of senior positions with United Way and spent four years heading up the Canadian fundraising group for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
John is a graduate of University of Waterloo, Ontario.
Chief Administration Officer
Teri Nestel is the Chief Administration Officer for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. She leads strategic and annual planning, corporate integrity, legal, business insights and finance.
Teri joined CMN Hospitals in 1989 and has served in a variety of leadership and operational roles — including 15 years in corporate partnerships, three years developing a secondary brand and two years launching international operations — before overseeing administration.
Prior to joining CMN Hospitals, she worked in development at Arkansas Children’s Hospital Foundation and marketing at Chilton Corporation/Credit Bureau Services.
Teri attended the University of Arkansas where she studied business administration.
Chief Programs and Events Officer
Steve Oshin is the Chief Programs and Events Officer at Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. In his current role he is responsible for the strategy, innovation and implementation of CMN Hospitals’ Radiothon program, youth marketing, digital fundraising, Hispanic initiatives and events. Steve led CMN Hospitals’ program and Radiothon efforts prior to being appointed to his current position on the executive team.
Steve has a diverse background in the radio industry. Before joining CMN Hospitals in 2008, Steve held senior level management roles for radio companies in Los Angeles and Seattle.
Steve is a graduate of UCLA with a bachelor’s in cultural geography and has executive training from The University of Pennsylvania Wharton School and the University of Notre Dame.
Chief Hospital Relations Officer
Shirley Rogers is the Chief Hospital Relations Officer for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Her responsibilities include strategic oversight of relationships with 170 hospital partners and directing regional support teams.
Shirley has been with CMN Hospitals since 1994. Her previous roles included being senior vice president in corporate development, major accounts and human resources. Prior to joining CMN Hospitals, Shirley was employed by Marriott International.
She attended Bellevue College in Nebraska where she studied business and sports management.
Chief Concept Officer
Craig Sorensen is the Chief Concept Officer for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. In Craig’s current capacity he oversees awareness efforts, community development and cause innovation strategies.
He has been an innovative force for CMN Hospitals since 1995 and on the executive management team since 1999. Among his many accomplishments, Craig has been instrumental in increasing CMN Hospitals’ visibility and has forged many partnerships with organizations including the PGA Tour, News Corporation and U.S. News & World Report.
Craig received his bachelor’s and MBA from Brigham Young University.
Chief Corporate Partnership Officer
Clark Sweat is the Chief Corporate Partnership Officer for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals where he has more than 19 years of experience. Over the years Clark has developed more than 75 corporate partnerships and currently oversees the fundraising efforts of nearly 90 corporate partners.
Prior to his leadership role at CMN Hospitals, Clark founded a cause marketing consultancy, Cause 4 Good, to assist nonprofits and corporations in developing innovative and effective cause marketing campaigns. He was also previously the senior vice president of corporate alliances at ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital where his responsibilities included international development.
Clark holds a bachelor’s from the University of Utah and an EMBA from the University of Memphis.