As new standards of cancer care are being implemented nationwide and our health care system is changing, Triage Cancer hopes to be in the forefront of educating health care providers, and the cancer community in general, so that they can best utilize the valuable tools and resources that are available for their constituencies.
Triage Cancer collaborates with experts in the areas of medicine, mental health, nursing, social work, patient navigation, nutrition, oncofertility, law, employment, education, financial management, insurance, relationships, sexuality and intimacy, pain and palliative care, advocacy, and other areas of cancer survivorship.
The Triage Cancer Scientific Advisory Council provides guidance on substantive areas of cancer survivorship so that we may best serve the cancer community.
Masters prepared Clinical Nurse Specialist with over twenty five years of progressive oncology health care experience in patient care practice, operations, management, education, and consultation in academic medical centers, community hospitals and clinics, multi-hospital organizations, and integrated health care systems. It is my calling, it is my honor to use my voice for every oncology patient to move evidence-based care forward.
I had been involved in the Southeastern Wisconsin Oncology Nursing Society board for the last fifteen years, serving in roles of president, community outreach, and government relations. I am actively involved in a number of boards and committees within the oncology community. Professionally I am with Legend Biotech, working with chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy in the role of a Medical Science Liaison–changing the paradigm of cancer treatment with what is potentially the biggest breakthrough since the introduction of combination chemotherapy more than sixty years ago.
I reside in Milwaukee, WI with my husband Nick and three children Jaxon, Mitchel, and Emily.