Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center
Methodist Women's Hospital
Methodist Physicians Clinic
Methodist Physicians Clinic Women's Center
Tracy Madden-McMahon joined Methodist Health System in June 2011 as a director of development and quickly demonstrated her ability to lead and inspire. She was later promoted to vice president and chief development officer and was named president and chief executive officer in July 2018.
Madden-McMahon has been instrumental in raising funds to renovate and expand Methodist Hospital’s Emergency Department, Surgical Center, new NICU at Methodist Women’s Hospital and 3-D Mobile Mammography. She also has been integral in establishing grateful patient programs and physician outreach efforts, while also overseeing the Foundation’s marketing and communication strategies.
Prior to her career at Methodist Hospital Foundation, Madden-McMahon was an anchor/reporter for WOWT-TV, the NBC affiliate in Omaha. She has been recognized for her work with a regional Emmy and Edward R. Murrow among other awards.
Madden-McMahon earned her bachelor's degree in communications from Illinois State University. She earned her Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP) designation through The American College in a year-long program organized by Omaha Community Foundation. She received certification from Indiana University's Fund Raising School and is a graduate of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy's Madison Institute.
Madden-McMahon is a board member for the Omaha Downtown Rotary Club Foundation and serves on the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy Advisory Board and the Advisory Council for Assistance League of Omaha.