New leadership

angel bruno beth beckman romelle maloney

Angel Bruno, vice president, Total Rewards, YNHHS; Beth Beckman, RN, DNSc, chief nursing executive, YNHHS; and Romelle Maloney, MD


Angel A. Bruno has been named vice president, Total Rewards, Yale New Haven Health System. Since joining YNHHS’ Human Resources division in September 2018 as executive director, Total Rewards, he has led the ongoing standardization of compensation and benefits, where appropriate, across the health system, and championed the use of technology to more efficiently and effectively provide HR services. Bruno is currently leading an assessment and anticipated redesign of YNHHS’ paid time off program, and a review and retooling of the performance management process. Before joining YNHHS, Bruno was vice president, Total Rewards, for Avangrid, Inc., an energy company in Orange. He earned his BA in organizational behavior and management from Brown University and an MBA/MSM from Albertus Magnus College.

Beth Beckman, RN, DNSc, Yale New Haven Health chief nursing executive, has been named a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing. Beckman is among 230 nurse leaders worldwide inducted into the 2020 class of Fellows, who are recognized for their significant contributions to advance the public’s health. Beckman joined YNHHS in 2018 from Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, TX, where she was vice president and chief nursing officer. She earned her doctor of nursing science degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, her MS in nursing - family nurse practitioner track from Arizona State University and a BS in nursing from the University of Arizona. “Recognition by the American Academy of Nursing as a Fellow is among the highest honors to be bestowed on a nurse,” said Karen S. Hill, RN, DNP, chief operating officer/chief nursing officer, Baptist Health Lexington. “Co-sponsoring Dr. Beckman for this recognition was a personal honor.”

Romelle Maloney, MD, has been named NEMG regional medical director for the Greenwich/Westchester region. She will officially move into her new role Dec. 1. Dr. Maloney received her medical degree from East Tennessee State University; completed her residency in OB/GYN at New York Medical College; and became board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology. She joined NEMG in 2014, and was recently elected to the Medical Executive Committee at Greenwich Hospital. In her new role, Dr. Maloney will work to implement key NEMG strategic initiatives and support NEMG clinicians in the region. Reporting directly to Richard Goldstein, chief medical officer, NEMG, she will work in a dyad relationship with her NEMG operations partner, Candise Smith, regional practice operations director.