MetroWest Daily News
March 2018

Walden Behavioral Care, of Waltham, a full system of specialized care for individuals and families affected by all types of eating disorders, announced Elizabeth Woodhouse has joined the organization as the assistant vice president of human resources and talent. In this role, Woodhouse will be responsible for the overall strategy and function of human resources and talent acquisition / management. This will include overseeing all aspects of the employee lifecycle such as recruiting, rewards and recognition, career development/advancement and benefits. Woodhouse will also spend time further developing Walden’s Presidents Fellowship Program – which recognizes high-potential employees – and will work to scale business programs in preparation for future growth. Woodhouse has more than 20 years of experience in human resources and talent. Most recently, she was the senior vice president of talent at Boston-based, Mercury Media. There, she managed budget and other financial metrics, created learning and development frameworks to ensure appropriate employee advancement and initiated the overhaul of employee policies. Prior to that, Woodhouse served as the vice president of human resources at MSLGROUP a public relations and communications agency.