Kelli Reale, MPPM
Vice President, Human Resources
Kelli Reale brings to Southeast Georgia Health System more than 20 years
of human resources experience in a health care environment. During her
career, she has focused on workforce culture and has developed recruitment
acquisition strategies that bring highly qualified individuals into positions
at all levels of an organization.
Before joining the Health System, Ms. Reale served as the assistant vice
president, Talent Acquisition, for Inova Health System in Falls Church,
Va., where she was primarily responsible for developing and implementing
continuous improvements to the talent acquisition process, ensuring both
short and long-term needs were met in a timely manner. Prior to that,
she was the assistant vice president, Human Resources, for Inova Fairfax
Hospital, an 833-bed, nationally recognized regional medical center.
During 1998-2005, Ms. Reale advanced her career at University of Pittsburgh
Medical Center (UPMC), an integrated global non-profit health enterprise
with more than 35 locations and 600 clinical locations. She served as
an employment specialist, human resources specialist, human resources
manager and then director before being promoted in 2007 to vice president,
Human Resources, and an active member of the senior leadership team, for
Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, followed by UPMC Mercy and UPMC Health System.
Ms. Reale holds a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts and performance
from Fordham University at Lincoln Center, New York, and a master’s
degree in public policy and management, personnel management and labor
relations from University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public
and International Affairs in Pittsburg, Pa. Additionally, Ms. Reale has
achieved certifications as a leadership development facilitator and a
targeted recruitment and selection behavioral based interviewing facilitator
from Development Dimensions International.
As Vice President of Human Resources, Ms. Reale oversees Human Resources
as well as Organizational Development/Education, Clinical Education, and
Health Promotion and Wellness.