Alumni Coffee Break – Melissa Chin of MASCC

| May 12, 2020
Submitted by Lisa Keenan for Career & Professional Development

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Join Melissa Chin, Executive Director of The Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer for a virtual coffee chat.

Date:  Wednesday, May 20
Time: 1:30 – 2:30 pm

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With experience in leading organizations, strategy, mergers and integrations, corporate planning, project management, and working with international partners, Melissa is the Executive Director at the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC). Prior to working at MASCC, Melissa worked at the University Health Network (UHN) as Manager of Corporate Planning, developing the corporate strategy and overarching priorities for Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto General and Toronto Western Hospitals, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, and the Michener Institute for Education.

She has also worked at Deloitte in the management consulting practice, focusing on advisory services in health care strategy and operations to help clients develop innovative and practical solutions.

Melissa is an Honours in Life Science graduate of the University of Toronto and holds an MBA from the DeGroote School of Business. She is a Member in good standing at the Canadian College of Health Leaders and a Certified Health Executive (CHE).

This is an interactive group session, so bring your questions and discussion points to gain the most from the experience.

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