I was born and raised in NYC, and after studying business administration and finance at Villanova I moved back to the Big Apple to work in health care investment banking. On September 11th, 2001 I reset my career and have since dedicated myself to improving health care access for all, especially children. In my day job, I am the vice president of network development and strategic partnerships at Boston Children’s Hospital. I have masters’ degrees in Public Health and Public Policy from UC-Berkeley, where David and I met in math camp. I enjoy running on the Charles river most mornings and training for marathons - whether or not they actually happen. I am always looking for running partners to burn off the tasty treats that our two daughters will be baking for all the members of the Kirkland House.