CAHME is continually looking to improve its efficiency and effectiveness in fulfilling our mission of improving the quality of healthcare management education. An important part of this effort is to make sure we are appropriately staffed with team members who bring the right set of skills. Our recent move to a “virtual” office model has allowed us to allocate more resources toward staffing. We take a flexible and innovative approach that includes full time, part time, contract staff, and administrative interns.
As we approach the beginning of another academic year, I thought it would be good to introduce some of the new staff with whom programs will interact on a range of CAHME activities and projects.
Adrianne Cancillieri has joined CAHME part-time as Executive Assistant to the President/CEO. Adrianne brings a decade of experience with the Atlantic Health System in New Jersey, where she specialized in Human Resources. Adrianne will be responsible for coordinating activities for our Board, Councils, Committees, and external audiences. She holds a BS in Psychology from Lebanon Valley College. Prior to joining CAHME formally, Adrianne worked as a contractor for 6 months.
Melissa Sanseverino has joined CAHME part-time as our Accounting Coordinator, focusing on all aspects of CAHME accounting, billing, payroll, banking, and other important financial activities. Melissa is a CPA, had served as a Senior Accountant at L’Oreal, a Senior Auditor at Ernst & Young, and is a graduate of The College of New Jersey.
Ethan Kannel is CAHME’s administrative resident. During his time with us this year, Ethan will focus on overseeing the CAHME awards program, grants, and our various scholarship programs. He holds a BA from Cornell University, is currently pursuing his MBA in Health Sector Management at Temple University. This summer, Ethan is finishing up an internship at the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
I am excited to be working with this great group of new CAHME staff members. They bring an energy and enthusiasm to their roles which I know will serve CAHME well as we work to advance the quality of healthcare management education.
Anthony Stanowski, DHA, FACHE
President & CEO