Sponsored by NYU Wagner Women's Caucus and ACHE/HLNY

There has been much attention paid to the role of women as leaders and administrators in the healthcare workforce in recent media publications.  For perhaps the first time, many young women are entering the healthcare field with advanced-level degrees in business administration, public health, public policy, etc.  This is in contrast with the first generation of women healthcare leaders who, in general, started their careers as providers, most notably as nurses, before transferring their skills to more administrative roles.  This panel discussion will speak directly to female students who are interested in hearing stories from the front lines of healthcare from the perspective of other healthcare careerists. 

With

 

Mara Bloom (Wagner alumna), New York-Presbyterian Health System
Shawna Koch, Pricewaterhouse Cooper, LLP
Beth St. James (Wagner alumna), Mount Sinai
Adam Weinstein, New York Hospital Queens
Betty Wilber, Mount Sinai

Moderated by Angela Salerni, Mount Sinai