Our first guest is Stephanie Puryear Helling, Greystar, Senior Director – Operations, Real Estate Strategic Services,President; National Apartment Association’s Education Institute. Our topic today focuses on Housing/Apts & Apt. Industry Careers.
Stephanie has 25 years of industry experience in leasing, marketing, resident retention, customer service, management and leadership. She has 16 years of diversified experience with the training and development of associates in such markets as Austin, San Antonio, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, New Orleans, Phoenix, Atlanta, Los Angeles, DC, and Metro Denver. Stephanie has worked in various onsite, regional and national positions, and currently serves as Senior Director – Operations for Real Estate Strategic Services, serving on the Greystar Advantage Steering Committee, the Property Management Operations Committee, and various cross-functional teams within her organization and celebrated her 18th anniversary with Greystar in April of 2017. In her spare time, Stephanie volunteers at the local and national level, and serves on the National Apartment Association Education Institute Board of Directors as an officer (NAAEI President, second term), the NAA Board of Directors, and is past chair of the NAAEI Apartment Careers Committee, the NAAEI Curriculum Development Committee, the NAA Lease Advisory Committee and NAAEI Vice President for two terms. Stephanie resides in Austin, Texas with her sons, Jackson, Griffin and Landon.
For more information on Housing/Apts & Apt. Industry Careers go to RPMcareers.org
Paul Underwood, MD- Women of Miniority for Heart, and Dr. Wayne Batchelor Interventional Cardiologist with Southern Medical Group in Tallahassee, FL
Our topic for discussion today is a first of its kind study sheds light on how your race and gender might affect everything from medical tests you receive to the outcome of your treatment when it comes to cardiovascular care.
Paul Underwood, MD, FACC, FSCAI is a native of Knoxville, TN and attended Morehouse College for his premedical studies. He received his MD degree from the Mayo Clinic, followed by a cardiology fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. His interventional cardiology training was completed at the Iowa Heart Center in Des Moines. Following his internal medicine training at Mayo, he moved to the Virgin Islands to head the ER and ICU at St. Croix Hospital. After completing his cardiology training, Dr. Underwood practiced interventional cardiology and clinical research in Phoenix for over 18 years. He left clinical practice and joined Boston Scientific in 2009 to become a medical director in the cardiology business.
Dr. Wayne Batchelor’s received his Doctorate of Medicine (summa cum laude) in 1990 from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, where he was awarded with the Dr. and Mrs. Sydney P. Schiff Medal in Surgery and the Nathan E. Berry Prize in Urology. He then completed a Comprehensive Internal Medicine Residency and Fellowship in Adult Cardiology at the University of Toronto and was awarded the University of Toronto Sopman Award for Clinical Excellence and Human Compassion. Upon completing his fellowship, he was awarded a National Research Fellowship from the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada and attended Duke University in North Carolina where he completed a Master’s of Health Science Degree in Clinical Research and an Advanced Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology.
Our next guests Diane Joris and Mark Reisenauet discuss the Program Bringing More Bright Ideas to Cancer Care .The Astellas Oncology C3 Prize® Returns for a Second Year to Inspire and Support Innovative Ideas
Diane Jooris was the 2016 Grand Prize Winner of the Astellas Oncology C3 Prize and co-founder of Oncomfort™, a health-tech company that uses virtual reality systems to potentially help patients manage the anxiety and pain of cancer care.
Diane Jooris is the co-founder of Oncomfort™, a health-tech company that uses virtual reality systems to help patients by providing anxiety and pain self-management tools. She has a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and International Relations as well as a Juris Doctor degree in Law. Diane was a Mind-Body Intervention Specialist at MD Anderson Cancer Center (Houston, Texas) and has over 20 years in corporate marketing and project management experience. Diane is using the 2016 C3 Prize grant to help her develop a new virtual reality module and will be a judge for the 2017 C3 Prize.
Mark Reisenauer – Cancer caregiver and senior vice president, oncology, business unit of Astellas. In this role, he is responsible for commercial activities supporting marketed products, Astellas’ co-promotion partners and commercial planning for early stage oncology development compounds. Mark is a member of the Astellas US Management Committee. Mark joined Astellas in 2011 as vice president, sales and marketing, oncology, where he led commercial activities supporting oncology products, Tarceva and the launch of Xtandi.
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