Organizational Shifts at OrthoWorx
Elizabeth Hofheinz, M.P.H., M.Ed. • Thu, August 24th, 2017
Cathy Limina has stepped down from her role as Chief Operating Officer at OrthoWorx in Warsaw, Indiana and will return to private industry. Brad Bishop, OrthoWorx’s executive director, is now leading the organization and is working with the board of directors to determine future staffing requirements.
“Cathy has an opportunity to return to the orthopedic industry in a key role with a company led by a former colleague of hers during their careers,” said Toby Buck, CEO of Paragon Medical and chair of the OrthoWorx board, in the organization’s August 8, 2017 news release. “While we are disappointed that she is leaving, it is no surprise that the key leaders at OrthoWorx have such opportunities given their industry experience and qualifications. We appreciate Cathy’s service and leadership over the past five years and wish her the best.”
Brad Bishop told OTW, “We will continue to focus on our core areas of talent development and talent attraction, particularly in raising the awareness of college students about the opportunities for internships and co-ops in the orthopedic industry. We also have programming planned aimed at middle school students and their parents to encourage the students to pursue careers in advanced manufacturing. Our university engagement efforts will also continue, although some of that activity will shift to the AcceLINX business accelerator now that it is operational.”