I joined Memorial Sloan Kettering’s rehabilitation team in 2001. My expertise is in treating patients with cognitive dysfunction and arm impairments as a result of cancer treatment. I am adept at using functional cognitive measures to address occupational performance and at modifying equipment and fabricating specialized splints to optimize arm function. In addition to speaking nationally on these topics, I have advocated for recognizing the unique role of occupational therapy in cancer care through the American Occupational Therapy Association. I coauthored an educational CD titled “Occupational Therapy’s Unique Contributions to Cancer Rehabilitation” to promote this awareness. I earned a bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy from the University of New Hampshire and a master’s degree from Quinnipiac University. My career in occupational therapy began at Cabrini Medical Center.