Ashlee Solomon

Student Leadership Committee Chair
Masters of Healthcare Administration
The Ohio State Unviersity

Certified Revenue Cycle Representative

Ashlee Solomon is a graduate of Brigham Young University in Management/HR and will complete her Master of Health Administration at Ohio State University this May. Following graduation, she will work as an Administrative Fellow for Mayo Clinic in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Ashlee’s previous work includes project manager at Epic in Hospital Billing, as well as HR experience in both hospitality and academia. While pursuing her MHA, she has interned at a local FQHC in Columbus, at WVU Medicine Children’s in West Virginia, and is heavily involved in her school student organization and the HFMA chapter. HFMA has provided her with experiences and a certification which have been invaluable to her education and growth as a healthcare professional. In her spare time, she enjoys playing and coaching volleyball, playing card games, trying new things (like playing the ukulele, curling, or scuba diving), and spending time with her husband and their dog, Gus.

Veronica Roth

Student Leadership Committee Communication Chair
Health Information Management and Systems
The Ohio State University

Certified Revenue Cycle Specialist

Veronica Roth is a senior at The Ohio State University graduating with a degree in Health Information Management and Systems this May. Veronica has gained experience in the healthcare industry from working in a nursing home kitchen in high school to her now Ohio Health internship within their Care Coordination and Care Management departments. This experience combined with her coursework and HFMA involvement has strengthened her love for the field. She appreciates all of the different parts that healthcare and health information management can impact and help improve. Being around health professionals personally and professionally pushes her to keep working on growing her knowledge in all aspects of healthcare. HFMA has encouraged this desire through networking, events, and certification opportunities. In her spare time, Veronica likes to draw and paint, watch tv, bake, and spend time with friends/family.

Paige Snyder

Student Leadership Committee Programming Chair
Health Information Management and Systems
The Ohio State University

Certified Specialist Business Intelligence

Paige Snyder is currently a senior at The Ohio State University and will be graduating this May of 2021. Throughout her time at school, she has held jobs with the Ohio State Athletics Department and with The Scotts-Miracle Gro Company in the benefits and wellness department. Paige will be working at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in the privacy department for her professional practice experience this spring. She has truly found a passion in the healthcare industry from her studies and truly enjoys the professional gains she is earning with her involvement in HFMA. Paige is from a small town in Ohio named New Bavaria. Her hobbies include reading thrillers and crime stories, taking funny videos of her pets, listening to music, and hanging out with her friends.

Allison Williams

Student Leadership Committee Membership Chair
Health Information Management and Systems
The Ohio State University

Certified Specialist Business Intelligence

Allison Williams is a senior graduating with a degree in Health Information Management and Systems in the spring of 2021. She plans to continue her graduate studies at The Ohio State University in the Master of Health Administration next fall. During her undergrad, Allison held a position at OSUWMC Outpatient Rehabilitation - Martha Morehouse. In conjunction with this position, Allison also worked with the Department of Athletics and the Office of Student Life. Allison is excited to expand her knowledge with her professional practice experience position with OSUWMC Quality and Operations Department in the spring. In time outside of work and studies, she played for the OSU Women’s Club Waterpolo team. Allison also enjoys staying active, traveling, and spending quality time with her friends. Allison is thankful for the opportunities and skills gained from HFMA and the SLC committee, and she encourages young students and young careerists to pursue these opportunities to put their best foot forward within their organization.
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