Search for Change is pleased to announce and welcome one of its newest Board Member, Susan Shevlin, to its Board of Directors. Ms. Shevlin is currently the Director of Talent Acquisition and Onboarding at Weill Cornell Medicine where she is responsible for talent acquisition, onboarding, compliance and immigration for an academic medical center with over 8,000 employees including faculty. She has close to 30 years of human resources and talent acquisition experience in healthcare. Ms. Shevlin obtained her Masters of
Search for Change is pleased to announce and welcome one of its newest Board Member, Susan Salomone, to its Board of Directors. Ms. Salomone is the Founder and Executive Director of Drug Crisis in our Backyard, Inc. She obtained her Masters of Science in Counseling from St. John’s University and School Administration and Supervision Certification Master’s in School Building Leadership from Lehman College. Most recently Ms. Salomone obtained her Certificate in Alcohol and Substance Abuse in 2015. She was active
Search for Change is pleased to announce and welcome one of its newest Board Members, Bob Cooper, to its Board of Directors. Mr. Bob Cooper is the founder and President of RL Cooper Associates, a healthcare organizational and management consulting firm launched in 1999. He has over 25 years of experience in people and organizational development with focus placed on assisting healthcare providers. Mr. Cooper obtained his Master of Science in Human Resource Management from Hamilton University. His experience and
Search for Change is pleased to announce and welcome one of its newest Board Members, Michael J. Cammarota, to its Board of Directors. Mr. Cammarota is the currently the Managing Director – Senior Director of Legal Services, Global Transactions at Accenture LLP, where he supervises and participates in issues pertaining to regulatory compliance, employment and contract law, mergers and acquisitions to name a few. He has over 30 years of experience in providing legal counsel and advice for corporations. Mr.
In a story posted on lohud.com, Search for Change CEO, Ashley Brody, discusses how for the past 25 years, mental health providers who care for these vulnerable populations have not seen the commitment from Gov. Cuomo during his State of the State address to provide care for New Yorkers living with mental illness fulfilled.
Brody reiterates that Mental health housing providers have received only minimal funding increases, enough to barely keep them afloat and that the survival of facilities