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Jose Acevedo

Jose Acevedo, MD, MBA

President and Chief Executive Officer, Finger Lakes Health

Dr. Jose Acevedo is president and CEO of Finger Lakes Health, a 696-bed integrated health system serving four counties in New York state (Ontario, Seneca, Yates and Wayne). Dr. Acevedo is Finger Lakes Health’s first physician chief executive. He has led the health system in this capacity since 2010, after serving as vice president of medical affairs and chief medical officer from 2004 to 2009 and executive vice president from 2009 to 2010. Previously, he was at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn from 1997 to 2004 as director of clinical integration, director of hospitalist services and lead hospitalist. He is fellowship trained in pulmonary/critical care and completed his fellowship and residency at Maimonides Medical Center. Dr. Acevedo completed medical school at San Juan Bautista School of Medicine in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and earned a Master of Business Administration from New York Institute of Technology. He is chair of Pandion National Board and serves as Pandion regional board president. He has been a member of the HANYS board since 2016.

Evan Brooksby

Evan Brooksby, MBA

Director, Policy Analysis and Special Projects, HANYS

Evan Brooksby works on HANYS’ governmental affairs, advocacy and health policy priorities, particularly those related to the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment program. He also serves as the vice chairman of the board of directors at Hometown Health Centers, a Federally Qualified Health Center in Schenectady, New York. Before joining HANYS in March 2016, Mr. Brooksby worked on numerous special projects at Albany Medical Center, including the faculty practice certification of four sites as National Committee for Quality Assurance Patient-Centered Medical Homes, and a practice-wide hypertension initiative that helped improve the control of hypertension among patients from 68% to 90% – well above the national average. He also served as deputy director of the Center for Health Systems Transformation – the organization leading the Albany Medical Center DSRIP initiative, which covers Albany, Saratoga, Warren, Columbia and Greene counties. Mr. Brooksby is a graduate of the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He earned his Master of Business Administration in healthcare management at Union Graduate College.

Maxine Cenac Carrington

Maxine Cenac Carrington, JD

Deputy Chief Human Resources Officer, Northwell Health

Maxine Carrington is a human resources executive with expertise in labor and employee relations, training, development and workforce engagement. At Northwell Health, she is responsible for the design and implementation of strategic human capital initiatives related to employee experience, organizational development, workforce diversity/inclusion and corporate social responsibility. She has been with Northwell since 2008 and has served in progressively responsible leadership roles. She serves as an adjunct instructor with Northwell’s Center for Learning and Innovation. She is a 2010 participant in Northwell’s High Potential Leadership Development Program, a prestigious and selective accelerated one-year development program. In 2013, she was awarded Human Resource Executive Magazine’s Rising Star in HR award. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and Africana studies and a master’s degree in educational administration and policy studies from the State University of New York at Albany. She obtained her Juris Doctor degree from New York Law School and is a licensed attorney.


Alyssa Dahl

Director, Informatics, DataGen

Alyssa Dahl began working in healthcare quality and payment policy seven years ago at DataGen, a subsidiary of HANYS. Ms. Dahl conducts research and develops analyses around emerging payment models, comparative efficiency and market patterns, and is well-versed in quality measures for institutional healthcare providers. Specifically, Ms. Dahl co-developed the program evaluation process for New York hospitals participating in CMS’ Partnership for Patients program, has modeled alternative payment arrangements for episodes of care and accountable care organizations, and currently provides performance monitoring for 19 practices participating in CMS’ Oncology Care Model. Before joining DataGen, she interned at the New York State Department of Health in the Office of Health Systems Management on Certificate of Need redesign and in the Legal Affairs division on plaintiff enrollment into the Medical Indemnity Fund. Ms. Dahl received her Bachelor of Science in biochemistry from Loyola University and her Master of Public Health in epidemiology from the State University of New York at Albany, where she is also currently pursuing a PhD.

Erica Dawson, PhD

Erica Dawson, PhD

Director, Nancy and Bob Selander Engineering Leadership Program, Cornell University

Dr. Erica Dawson is a teacher, researcher, executive coach and director of leadership programs at the Cornell University College of Engineering. Previously, she was assistant professor of management and organizations at the Yale School of Management, where she taught her popular leadership and negotiation courses. She has coached leaders in executive education programs at Yale University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Wharton School of Business, Cornell University and the University of California-San Diego. In 2012, she helped to create the U.S.-Israel Center for Innovation and Economic Sustainability at the University of California-San Diego, serving as its founding executive director through 2013. In 2010, she co-founded The Program on Organizational Ethics at MIT’s Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values. In her current role, she directs a leadership development program for Cornell’s engineering student community, integrating leadership and teamwork skills into a modern engineering education. Dr. Dawson’s research focuses on motivated reasoning, or the ways in which people’s decision-making may be biased by their desires for one conclusion or course of action over another. She has examined these processes in the contexts of health decision-making, reasoning about climate change, project planning and executive decision-making. She has worked extensively with groups as diverse as German engineers, Tibetan monks, female scientists and American sixth-graders. Dr. Dawson earned a doctorate in social psychology from Cornell University in 2004. She studied as an executive coach and co-active leader through the Coaches Training Institute.

Sarah Duvall, MPH

Sarah DuVall, MPH

Director, Quality Advocacy, Research, and Innovation, HANYS

Sarah DuVall has worked in healthcare and public health for more than 15 years. In her current position, she supports HANYS’ quality initiatives and leads infection control and antibiotic stewardship efforts. Before joining HANYS, she led infection control and prevention efforts as a county epidemiologist and was a research scientist focused on immunization and vaccine-preventable diseases at the New York State Department of Health. She has also been published in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice and has presented work nationally. Ms. DuVall has a wide array of experience in healthcare; from her beginning as a certified nurse’s aide, to working in laboratories, epidemiology and public health and healthcare policy. She holds a Master of Public Health with a focus in biomedical science from the State University of New York School of Public Health.

Sylvia Getman

Sylvia Getman, BS, MS

President and Chief Executive Officer, Adirondack Health

Sylvia Getman is president and chief executive officer of Adirondack Health, the only full-service health system in the 6.1-million acre Adirondack Park. She is responsible for the oversight of a 95-bed acute care hospital, 60-bed skilled nursing facility, physical rehabilitation facilities, dialysis, primary, and dental and specialty care centers serving patients in several counties in northern New York. Ms. Getman is an accomplished, compassionate, transformational healthcare CEO and patient advocate with 15 years of experience in top leadership positions. Her professional focus and passion has always been rural healthcare, which has experienced an accelerated transformation in recent years. As a strategic leader and communicator, Ms. Getman has embraced rapidly evolving technology with a priority on training and leadership development across all departments and disciplines. The result has been a shift in rural healthcare delivery to the forefront by bringing sophisticated, personalized, high-quality care to patients in remote and under-served communities. Before joining Adirondack Health, she was the top executive at Aroostook Medical Center, a health system in Maine. She also served in top leadership positions at Nantucket Cottage Hospital and a home care agency in Massachusetts, and at Mitchell County Regional Health Center, a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital in northern Iowa. She served on the Maine Hospital Association Policy Committee and as an alternate on the American Hospital Association Regional Policy Board. She was one of 20 AHA Healthcare Transformation Fellows (2013-2014). Ms. Getman has a Bachelor of Business Administration, and a Master of Science in business from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Jeffrey Gold

Jeffrey Gold, Esq.

Senior Vice President and Special Counsel, Managed Care and Insurance, HANYS

Jeffrey Gold works with the payer community, state and federal regulators and New York state government to address provider issues and has drafted, negotiated and helped secure major packages of managed care reform legislation that impact external appeals, administrative denials, claims processing and payer practices. He has designed HANYS’ highly regarded Strategies, Weapons and Tactics programs and coaches hospitals on denials management and contract negotiation strategies. Before joining HANYS in 2000, Mr. Gold was special counsel for healthcare to the New York State Attorney General.

Mr. Gold served four Attorneys General in New York and was the founding bureau chief of New York’s Health Care Bureau in 1997. Mr. Gold joined the Attorney General’s office in 1987 and developed his managed care background as a result of overseeing units of the Attorney General’s office at Helen Hayes Hospital in West Haverstraw, New York; Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo; and the State University of New York Medical Centers in Brooklyn, Syracuse and Stony Brook. Before 1987, he worked at two private law firms in New York City, with a focus on civil litigation. Mr. Gold has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania and a Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School. He is a frequent lecturer at Bar Association meetings and healthcare conferences, and has published numerous articles.

Steven I. Goldstein

Steven I. Goldstein

Vice President, University of Rochester Medical Center;
President and Chief Executive Officer, Strong Memorial Hospital and Highland Hospital; and President, Long-Term Care, University of Rochester Medical Center

Steven Goldstein is vice president for the University of Rochester Medical Center, president and chief executive officer for Strong Memorial Hospital and Highland Hospital in Rochester, New York, and president for long-term care for the University of Rochester Medical Center.

Mr. Goldstein was recently reappointed to a three-year term to the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education, the American Hospital Association’s Committee on Clinical Leadership and ACGME’s board executive committee. He recently completed a three-year term on the American Hospital Association board of directors. During his term on the AHA board, he served as chairman of the AHA Regional Policy Board 2, was the board liaison to the Section for Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation, and served as a member of the AHA Committee on Research and the AHA Committee on Health Reform.

He is a past chairman of the HANYS board of trustees. He has served on numerous boards of directors and committees, including Highland Hospital of Rochester, University of Rochester Medical Center, UR Medicine Home Care and Rochester Regional Healthcare Association. He also holds a joint appointment as professor in public health sciences for the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry and professor of clinical nursing for the University of Rochester School of Nursing.

Before assuming his position at Strong Memorial and Highland hospitals, Mr. Goldstein served as president of Rochester General Hospital; acting president of The Children's Medical Center, Dayton, Ohio; assistant administrator of the University of Nebraska Hospitals and Clinics; and administrator of the Nebraska Psychiatric Institute in Omaha.

Mr. Goldstein is a diplomate of the American College of Healthcare Executives and received his master's degree from the St. Louis University Graduate School of Hospital and Health Care Administration and his bachelor's degree from Utica College of Syracuse University.

Cara Henley

Cara Henley

Senior Consultant, Health Management Associates

A policy expert in insurance, managed care and value-based purchasing, Cara Henley provides leadership and guidance to clients on contracting, strategic planning, implementation and policy. She offers clients detailed knowledge of the marketplace and policy-making environment. Prior to joining HMA, Ms. Henley spent more than eight years with the Healthcare Association of New York State. Prior to that, she worked for the New York State Senate and for various law practices. Ms. Henley provides healthcare organizations and other related entities with operational and financial support, including strategic planning, assistance with mergers and affiliations, contracting and reimbursement assistance with particular emphasis on adoption of value-based payment, assistance with regulatory compliance and overall market intelligence. A frequent speaker on topics related to reimbursement, managed care, health reform and policy changes, Ms. Henley has experience facilitating education sessions in diverse healthcare settings for both small and large teams, including on complex topics for clinical teams and boards of trustees.

John Huppertz

John Huppertz, PhD

Associate Professor, Clarkson University Capital Region Campus, Schenectady, New York

Dr. John Huppertz is associate professor and chair of the Master of Business Administration program in healthcare management at the capital region campus of Clarkson University. Before joining Clarkson, Dr. Huppertz was managing partner, marketing and research services, at Eric Mower and Associates, where he conducted marketing research and served as a strategic marketing consultant for clients in a variety of industries. His research interests focus on customer satisfaction, patient experience, marketing effectiveness, healthcare advertising and the impact of social media in healthcare. His research has been published in leading marketing and healthcare journals, including Health Services Research, Journal of Healthcare Management, Journal of Marketing Research, and Journal of Retailing. Dr. Huppertz is also visiting professor of healthcare marketing at IESEG School of Management at Lille Catholic University in Paris and Lille, France. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Xavier University in Cincinnati and his doctorate from Syracuse University.

Vrinda Kadiyali, Ph.D.

Vrinda Kadiyali, PhD

Director of Graduate Studies, Field of Management, Nicholas H. Noyes Professor of Management; and Professor of Marketing and Economics, SC Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University

Dr. Kadiyali’s research focuses on firms’ competitive strategies. She uses econometric models of game theory to study how firms compete with their rivals and their channel partners. She has been published in leading marketing and economics journals, including Marketing Science, Management Science, Rand Journal of Economics and Journal of Econometrics. She is also on the editorial board of Marketing Science, Journal of Marketing Research and Quantitative Marketing and Economics, and has refereed for the journals of the National Science Foundation and the American Marketing Association. Dr. Kadiyali teaches The Johnson School’s Strategy Core. Previously, she taught courses on internet marketing, distribution channels and marketing models. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Lady Shri Ram College, New Delhi, India; her Master of Arts in economics from the Delhi School of Economics, Delhi, India; and her doctorate in economics from Northwestern University.

Elizabeth A. Mannix, Ph.D.

Elizabeth A. “Beta” Mannix, PhD

Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Management, SC Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University

Professor Elizabeth Mannix is the Ann Whitney Olin professor of management at The Johnson Graduate School of Management. Her research and teaching is focused on effective organizational performance and the factors that make individuals motivated, high-performing leaders and team members. Before joining the faculty at Cornell, she served as the associate dean for Executive MBA programs at Cornell University from 2012 to 2017. She also served as the director of the Institute for the Social Sciences from 2005 to 2008. Dr. Mannix is the recipient of Johnson’s inaugural EMBA Globe teaching award and the Faculty Research Award. She is a fellow of the American Psychological Society, Society for Organizational Behavior and The Academy of Management. She is currently an associate editor of the Academy of Management Review. Her research has appeared in 50 peer reviewed articles and she is the co-editor of the 15-volume book series, “Research on Managing Groups and Teams.” Her work has been recognized by awards from organizations including the Academy of Management, Small Group Research and the International Association for Conflict Management. Her consulting and executive education reaches major corporations in the United States, Europe and Asia on topics such as leadership, organizational change, negotiation and the effective use of power and influence. She received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois, and her doctorate in social and organizational psychology from the University of Chicago.

John B. McCabe

John B. Mccabe, MD

Professor/Chair Emeritus, Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY

Dr. John McCabe served as chief executive officer of Upstate Medical University from May 2009 until January 2017. Dr. McCabe received his medical degree from Upstate Medical College of Medicine in 1979 and completed a residency in emergency medicine at the Wright State University School of Medicine in Dayton, Ohio. He joined Wright as an Assistant and then associate professor of emergency medicine, where he developed a research program and laboratory for emergency medicine. In 1987, Dr. McCabe joined Upstate Medical University as the associate director of critical care and emergency medicine. In 1991, Dr. McCabe became the founding chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine. He was instrumental in developing the Residency Program in Emergency Medicine at Upstate. Dr. McCabe served as vice president and vice dean for clinical affairs, and, after serving as chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine, in 2009 he was appointed chief executive officer. He served as president of the Ohio Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians and held all offices in the national American Colleges of Emergency Physicians, including president. He served as a trustee of the American Board of Emergency Medicine and held all offices within the organization, including president of the board. He was elected to the board of directors and Executive Committee of the American Board of Medical Specialties, and served as board chair. Dr. McCabe currently holds certification with the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He has retired from clinical practice but remains active in a number of board positions and as a medical consultant to the hospital and insurance industries.

Risa M. Mish

Risa M. Mish

Professor of Practice Management, SC Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University

Risa Mish is professor of practice management at the Johnson Graduate School of Management. She designed and teaches the MBA Core course in Critical and Strategic Thinking, in addition to teaching courses in leadership and serving as faculty co-director of the Johnson Leadership Fellows program. Professor Mish serves as a keynote speaker and workshop leader at global, national and regional conferences for corporations and trade associations in the consumer products, financial services, healthcare, high tech, media and manufacturing industries on a variety of topics, including critical thinking and problem solving, persuasion and influence and motivating optimal employee performance. Professor Mish was previously a partner in the New York City law firm of Collazo Carling & Mish LLP, where she represented management clients on a wide range of labor and employment law matters. Before that, she was a labor and employment law associate with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in New York City, where she represented Fortune 500 clients in the financial services, consumer products and manufacturing industries. She has been the recipient of the MBA Core Faculty Teaching Award, the Apple Award for Teaching Excellence, the Stephen Russell Distinguished Teaching Award and the Globe Award for Teaching Excellence. She is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and state and federal courts in New York and Massachusetts.

Kristen Mucitelli-Heath

Kristen Mucitelli-Heath

Administrator of Regional Health Initiatives, St. Joseph’s Health, Syracuse, NY

Kristen Mucitelli-Heath’s responsibilities at St. Joseph’s Health include overseeing Medicaid value-based payment and innovation, population health management system development, operations of St. Joseph’s Medicaid care coordination network in six counties, and facilitation of regional system development and affiliations. She also leads government relations strategy and advocacy for St. Joseph’s and in New York State on behalf of Trinity Health, St. Joseph’s national system parent. She spent 10 months as an executive on loan to start up and develop the regional Performing Provider System under the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment program and prior to her eight years at St. Joseph’s, Ms. Mucitelli-Heath led a policy caucus in the New York State Senate, served as chief of staff to two commissioners at Empire State Development Corporation, and served two New York State governors in various roles. She currently serves on the boards of the St. Joseph’s clinically-integrated network, Rome Memorial Hospital, PACE of Central New York, the Concordia Healthcare Network SuperCIN, and on the finance committee of the regional Central New York DSRIP PPS.  She has completed five Ironman triathlons in the last four years, a 100-mile mountain bike race at elevation in Leadville, Colorado, and more than 100 endurance, cycling, running and triathlon races over the last ten years.

Sean Nicholson, Ph.D.

Sean Nicholson, PhD

Professor of Policy Analysis and Management; and Director, Sloan Program, College of Human Ecology, Cornell University

Professor Sean Nicholson is currently conducting research in three areas: the causes of regional variation in medical spending, the value of new medical technologies and innovation in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Before joining the Department of Policy Analysis and Management at Cornell University in 2004, he was a faculty member in the Health Care Systems Department at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Nicholson worked for four years as a management consultant with APM and taught high school for two years before enrolling in graduate school. He received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College in 1986 and a PhD in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1997. He is currently a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, an associate editor of Health Economics and a research fellow at SFI, the Danish National Centre for Social Research.

Nancy Pratt, RN, MSN

Nancy Pratt, RN, MSN

Principal, Nancy Pratt Consulting

A healthcare industry veteran with a focus on driving operational improvement and effective information technology strategies, Nancy Pratt is now spearheading the next generation of innovation and performance improvement as a consultant. Ms. Pratt is committed to delivering the level of clinical effectiveness required in a post-ACA world while executing the value proposition: transforming healthcare by optimizing operational effectiveness, product development and patient safety both internally and with clients/patients. An American Society of Quality Certified Six Sigma Black Belt, she most recently served as chief operating officer for AirStrip, a mobile healthcare IT company. She previously served as senior vice president, chief quality and safety officer at St. Joseph Health and as senior vice president, clinical effectiveness, at Sharp HealthCare in San Diego and led the initiative that resulted in Sharp HealthCare receiving the 2007 National Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award. Previously, Ms. Pratt served as vice president of clinical services at CliniComp, Intl., where she supervised product design, implementation, training, testing and quality. An experienced manager in cardiovascular care and trauma, Ms. Pratt has more than 20 years as a critical care nurse in a variety of settings. A retired U.S. Naval Reserve Lieutenant Commander, Ms. Pratt began her career in the Nurse Corps and led cardiovascular and trauma operating areas at the Medical University of South Carolina and Sentara Health Care.

Kathleen Rauch, RN, MSHQS, BSN, CPHQ

Kathleen Rauch, RN, MSHQS, BSN, CPHQ

Senior Director, Quality Advocacy, Research,and Innovation, HANYS

Kathleen Rauch has over 15 years of experience in healthcare quality, patient safety and regulatory and accreditation compliance. While working in the acute care setting, she has served as a lead on initiatives such as adoption of the Just Culture methodology, achieving zero preventable harm and the implementation of strategies to improve pay-for-performance program performance.

Ms. Rauch has been published in the Journal of Healthcare Quality and has served as a presenter at regional conferences where she shared readmission reduction strategies. In her current role, Ms. Rauch assists in the formulation of advocacy and education strategies for HANYS’ quality agenda; collaborates with HANYS members and advocates on their behalf with regulators and policymakers; and develops collaboratives and other educational resources. Ms. Rauch holds a Master of Science in healthcare quality and safety from Thomas Jefferson University.

William F. Streck, MD

William F. Streck, MD

President and Chief Executive Officer, Bassett Healthcare Network, Cooperstown, NY

Dr. William Streck recently completed a nearly four-year tenure as the chief medical and health systems innovation officer at HANYS to return as president and chief executive officer of Bassett Healthcare Network. Before joining HANYS in December 2014, Dr. Streck was one of the longest serving health system executives in New York state and the country, having stepped down in July 2014 after 30 years as president and chief executive officer of Bassett. Under Dr. Streck’s leadership, Bassett grew from an employed physician group of 70 physicians at a single hospital to its current regional network of hospitals, clinics and programs in a vertically integrated healthcare system with academic, teaching and research missions serving residents of a 5,000 square-mile region in central New York. While at HANYS, Dr. Streck worked with member hospitals and health systems on emerging models of care, population health initiatives, risk management strategies and physician relationships. In addition, he worked with HANYS’ businesses to evaluate, develop and execute new data-driven products and services. Over the course of his career, Dr. Streck has served five New York state governors on advisory boards, key DOH committees and state policy groups. He served as chairman of the HANYS board of trustees and as chair of the Public Health and Health Planning Council of New York State. He has also served on professional and policy groups at the state and national levels. Dr. Streck received his Bachelor of Science in psychology from Oklahoma State University and his medical degree from the University of Missouri. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine and a fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York.


Joseph M. Tasse, FACHE

Executive Consultant, Custom Learning Systems, Calgary, Canada

Joseph Tasse assists healthcare providers with improving patient and client satisfaction, employee engagement, Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) scores and Lean process improvement. He has been a leader in acute, emergency and ambulatory care operations for 25 years. Before joining Custom Learning Systems, he served in interim chief executive officer roles for hospitals in Ohio and Colorado. He recently completed a two-year assignment as an executive-in-residence for the Sloan Program in Health Administration at Cornell University. Mr. Tasse is the immediate past president of the Ambulatory Network for Ascension Health, Southeast Michigan. He served previously as president of St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital, which was formed with the merger of two hospitals in Warren and Madison Heights, Michigan. Previously, he served as chief administrative officer of Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn, and before that, he was senior associate administrator of clinical and professional services at the University of Cincinnati Hospital. Mr. Tasse received his bachelor’s degree in finance from John Carroll University and his Master of Business Administration from The Johnson School at Cornell University, where he simultaneously completed the requirements for a certificate in hospital and health services administration from the Sloan Program in Health Administration. He completed a management fellowship program at New York University on a grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts in conjunction with the National Association of Public Hospitals. He assists two non-profit community organizations in Detroit by serving on their boards. He is also consulting on the development of a hospital in Beijing, China.

Jordana Zangwill

Senior Director, Human Resources, Northwell Health

In her role as senior director of human resources at Northwell Health, Jordana Zangwill focuses on project management and analytics and is responsible for supporting the development and advancement of Northwell Health’s human resources strategy, connection between central and regional HR and the execution of large-scale special projects. Before joining Northwell six years ago, Ms. Zangwill spent 10 years at Deloitte Consulting, where she focused on human resources in the merger and acquisition space. She began her career as an HR benefits actuary and is a member of the Society of Actuaries. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biometry and statistics from Cornell University.