I am a board-certified nurse practitioner with special training in cancer survivorship. As part of my role, I help people with a history of bladder, kidney, or prostate cancer navigate life after cancer treatment. We work together to address questions and concerns about the long-term effects of cancer treatment, like sexual function and urinary symptoms. I take a holistic approach to cancer prevention and overall quality of life post-treatment.
I began my career at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) in 2013 and completed a residency in nursing here in 2014. I have worked in both the inpatient (in the hospital) and outpatient (outside of the hospital) settings, caring for people with many different types of cancers beyond bladder, kidney, and prostate cancer. This includes metastatic disease, as well as oncologic emergencies.
I also previously served in the Department of Radiation Oncology as a nurse across cancer types. During this time, I chaired the Radiation Oncology Practice Committee, which focuses on:
- Standardizing care across MSK locations.
- Updating our practices and patient education materials based on the latest research.
Outside of work, I enjoy traveling, playing tennis, and most recently, being a mom after welcoming my daughter Penelope in 2023.