Oswald ‘Oz’ Mondejar

mondejar_oz_125xOswald “Oz” Mondejar 

Vice President of Talent Management & Sr. VP of Mission and Advocacy  — Partners HealthCare

Oz Mondejar is the Vice President of Talent Management at Partners HealthCare. He also serves as the Senior Vice President of Mission and Advocacy for Partners Continuing Care, Inc. (“PCC”), the non-acute care services division of Partners HealthCare. Oz works at the intersection of policy, advocacy, and media, defining PCC’s core values and leveraging the organization’s resources in order to maximize positive social impact – locally, nationally, and internationally.  

Prior to joining Partners HealthCare in 2001, Oz led the New England Region recruitment program for the Social Security Administration and worked as a human resources executive in a number of different industries including manufacturing, hospitality, and finance. Internationally recognized for his expertise on accessibility, disability rights, and workplace accommodation, Oz serves on several non-profit boards and is an advisor to others.

Oz has received numerous awards, including the Partners for Youth with Disabilities Christopher Dunne Award, Hispanics Executives Making an Impact in Boston 20 on the Move, the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind Employment Leadership Award, the Disability Law Center Leadership Award, and the White House Champion of Change Award. In January of 2015, Oz was one of only seventeen experts nationally selected for a two-year term by U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez to serve on a new Advisory Committee on Increasing Competitive Integrated Employment.

Prior to joining Partners HealthCare in 2001, Oz led the New England Region recruitment program for the Social Security Administration and worked as a human resources executive in a number of different industries including manufacturing, hospitality, and finance. Internationally recognized for his expertise on accessibility, disability rights, and workplace accommodation, Oz serves on several non-profit boards and is an advisor to others.

Oz has received numerous awards, including the Partners for Youth with Disabilities Christopher Dunne Award, the Kraft Family MVP Recognition for Community Service, Hispanics Executives Making an Impact in Boston 20 on the Move, the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind Employment Leadership Award, the Disability Law Center Leadership Award, and Color Magazine’s 2016 Publisher’s Individual Award.