During her 25-year career, she has served in several positions in both public and private companies in the healthcare and higher education industries.
Education Industry: Ms. Volarich is currently teaching three on-campus courses: Healthcare Finance Theory,Healthcare Financial Applications and Advanced Financial Applications, as well as teaching the Finance module in the on-line Executive MHA@GW program. In previous years, she has taught Healthcare Financial Theory in the online HIT Graduate Certificate Program and the online Community Health Center Graduate Certificate Program, as well as served as Career Counselor for the HIT Program students. She has received the following teaching awards: Outstanding Faculty Award from HSML Student Association(2011) and Outstanding Part Time Faculty Award from HSML Graduating Students (2011, 2012, 2014).
Healthcare Industry: Her expertise includes financial leadership, controllership, restructuring and emerging growth. Most recently Ms. Volarich worked several projects as an independent consultant. Previously, she served as a Principal in the Mid-Atlantic practice of Tatum, LLC. Prior to joining Tatum, Ms. Volarich worked for US Oncology, a national physician practice and cancer center management company. At US Oncology, she served as State Controller for Maryland and Northern Virginia, where she directed general ledger and financial reporting for five entities totaling $120 million in annual revenues. Previously, she was Controller at the Medical Faculty Associates, a $100 million, 225-physician multi-specialty group practice where she coordinated the establishment of a full-service accounting department after divestiture from George Washington University. She had moved to this position from Vector Research, where she served as Senior Consultant analyzing new hospital construction and staffing models for DoD hospitals. Ms. Volarich began her career as an Administrative Resident and then a Financial Analyst for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.