Leadership

Carolyn Welsh

Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer

Carolyn joined NJ Sharing Network as a Hospital Services Manager in 1999. She was promoted to Manager of Hospital Services in 2007, Assistant Director of Donation Services in 2010, Director of Organ Donation Services in 2013, and Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer in 2017. In her current position, she is tasked with developing strategies to enhance organ recovery and placement efforts with New Jersey donor hospitals and the state’s six transplant centers. Carolyn also oversees NJ Sharing Network’s family services department, which offers donor families support to cope with the loss of a loved one, as well as a team of transplant coordinators, organ surgical recovery specialists, the data department, organ quality assurance, and the organization’s donation resource center.

Prior to joining NJ Sharing Network, Carolyn worked in the Medicare division at United Healthcare, from 1996 to 1999, where she was responsible for building and maintaining relationships with hospital executives and medical staffs.

Carolyn earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Seton Hall University in 1994 and is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Strategic Communication and Leadership at Seton Hall University. 

Carolyn lives in Colts Neck with her husband, Tom, and two boys Scott and Kyle.