Experienced Director, Association Project Management with a demonstrated history of working in the project and association management field, specifically in oncology. Skilled in Association Management, Project Management, Integrated Marketing, Publications, and Creative Writing.
Monica Dean is Director of Patient Navigation Program Development and Co-Director of Certification at the Academy of Oncology Nurse and Patient Navigators (AONN+). As Director of Patient Navigation Program Development, she manages relationships with advocacy groups to advance collaborative projects, and liaises with pharmaceutical interests to develop funding and support for patient navigation educational initiatives. As Co-Director of Certification, Ms Dean governs, oversees, and directs the process of AONN+ Foundation for Learning, Inc certification.
Emily Gentry, BSN, RN, HON-ONN-CG, OCN, is Senior Director of Education and Program Development for the Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators. In addition, Gentry is also the Co-Director of Certification for the AONN+ Foundation for Learning, Inc.
Sharon Gentry is Program Director, Academy of Oncology Nurse and Patient Navigators (AONN+), The Lynx Group, Cranbury, NJ. She obtained her nursing bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Greensboro, respectively. She serves as a leader for the AONN+ organization, guiding and directing the organization based on agreed-upon strategic plans, goals and objectives that the organization, with administrative support from The Lynx Group, intends to achieve both short-term as well as long-term. She oversees the AONN+ Leadership Council and Local Navigation Networks.
Dr. Janet Gordils-Perez is an accomplished nurse executive who has made impactful contributions to advancing nursing practice and clinical care. Dr. Gordils-Perez is currently Chief Nursing Officer at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey. She has extensive experience in the organization and delivery of oncology nursing and supportive care services across the care continuum. She has expertise in redesigning clinical processes, increasing revenue opportunities and the implementing innovative programs to improve the patient experience. In her capacity as Chief Nursing Officer, she has responsibility for a broad array of strategic and operational functions, including the development of professional practice standards, oversight of quality, and supporting a service-oriented culture focused on employee engagement and service excellence.
Lisa Hartman, Director of Certification for the AONN+ Foundation for Learning (FFL), comes with a diverse work and education background. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in English prior to returning to school for both an associate degree and a bachelor’s degree in nursing. As a nurse, she worked in critical care, nephrology, and oncology, and was responsible for creating an oncology navigation program in a rural North Carolina community hospital. From 2015 to 2021, she worked in corporate healthcare, having the opportunity to help define, create, and roll out a nationally recognized oncology navigation program, as well as the opportunity to strategize and oversee all corporate learning initiatives.
Lorna Lucas, MSM, is the Director of Provider Education. She manages the ACCC education initiatives portfolio which produces high-quality resources and tools to support the multidisciplinary oncology care team. The Provider Education portfolio is comprised of diverse education projects that address the complex issues facing cancer care providers today. She and the Provider Education team strive to enhance the ACCC member learning experience by developing and tailoring innovative education content.
Lillie D. Shockney has been the Administrative Director of the Johns Hopkins Breast Center, Baltimore, Maryland, since 1997. A 2-time breast cancer survivor, Lillie has worked tirelessly to improve the care of patients with breast cancer around the world. She is a registered nurse with a bachelor of science in health administration from Saint Joseph’s College, New York, and a master of administrative science from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. She has worked at Johns Hopkins since 1983 and has been Director of the Breast Center since 1997.