Executive Forum – Sabrina Mosseau
September 30 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
About this Event
The AMA New York Capital Region’s Executive Forum is your opportunity to relax, connect, and learn with like-minded professionals. As a senior leader, it is tough to stay on top of all the changes in your world, let alone find time to connect and converse with peers! This event is an opportunity to casually unite with fellow executives from across a range of industries and learn from the experiences of people who have trodden the path before you. The Executive Forum brings together business and nonprofit leaders like you – and those who aspire to senior positions in their industry – to talk and connect over similar challenges and opportunities. The event features a top speaker and appealing presentation topic.
The challenge of creating new marketing perspectives for a demanding business is a big task. Adding on the unforeseeable need to rebuild it through a different lens during a global pandemic could feel impossible. Hear about one leader’s journey navigating a path filled with many twists and turns, but coming out on the other side.
Join us September 30th at 1PM for a lively talk with Sabrina Mosseau, Executive Director of NYOH as she enlightens us on the honor of marketing for the area’s number one cancer care provider, and then, soon after, leading marketing efforts through an international pandemic!
About the Speaker
Sabrina Mosseau BS,RN,OCN is the Executive Director of New York Oncology Hematology (NYOH), the tenth largest privately-owned physician practice, comprised of > 400 employees in the Capital District, with 6 locations that serve over 35,000 individuals living with cancer annually. As the Executive Director of (NYOH), she empowers others to challenge convention, embrace optimism, and to continually strive towards self-improvement with every decision driven by the simple question of “Are we doing the right thing for the patient?”
Ms. Mosseau developed the first patient navigation program in the Capital District that utilized patient navigators who are trained to help identify and resolve real and perceived barriers to care, enabling patients to adhere to care recommendations and thus improve their cancer outcomes.
Ms. Mosseau is published nationally in the area of patient navigation, and has spoken locally and nationally on many topics related to the care of those living with cancer.
Ms. Mosseau also developed the first comprehensive cancer integrative wellness service line in the Capital District. This program provides cancer patients with support groups, yoga classes, massage therapy, healing touch, cooking classes, wig/makeup application, and support for fertility treatments free of charge. These services are covered under the Karen L. Mosseau fund whose single source of income is the annual event Visions of Strength.
Ms. Mosseau is a philanthropic member of her community- leading a team in creation of the Visions of Strength Event that has raised over $750,000 over the past 13 years to directly benefit those living with cancer. She has created a team of “superheroes” to do great work in our community and has created the website and logo of “letsbesuperheroes.com”.