As Vice President of Clinical and Community Care, Ericca Facetti is charged with advancing public health in the Commonwealth and driving initiatives that help our clinical partners better integrate and coordinate care to meet the needs of their communities. She leads collaborative health-saving initiatives focused on equity, policy change, public health, community, and clinical care while ensuring health is equitable, person and community-centered, and value-based.
Ericca has over ten years of experience in leadership roles in various sectors of the public health realm. This experience includes managerial, operational, fiscal, and reporting for a hospice company, ensuring compliance with regulatory and reimbursement requirements defined by various government agencies. She has spent much of her career with the American Cancer Society working in Virginia and nationally leading innovative quality improvement projects to improve health outcomes with payers, hospital systems, and safety-net clinics.
Ericca graduated from Framingham University with a Bachelor's in Business Administration, Health & Human Services, and a minor in Professional Communications. Ericca holds numerous roles on boards and committees, including the Cancer Action Coalition of Virginia, Virginia Telehealth Network, VA HPV Immunization Taskforce, Tobacco Free Alliance of Virginia, and the University of Virginia Community Advisory Council.
Ericca is a native of Boston, Massachusetts who relocated to Richmond Virginia in 2009. Ericca resides in Richmond with her husband, Mark, and their two children. In her free time, she enjoys being with her family, cooking, and running.