The following lists my accreditation.

George Washington Cancer Center Online Academy Training

I have earned five certificates of course completion from George Washington University Cancer Center.

These training modules are meant for health care and public health professionals to:

  • Understand the fundamentals of an oncology patient navigator position
  • Be versed in effective communications including media planning, media relations and the importance of an evidence-based campaign
  • Incorporate an understanding attitude in the subject of cancer survivorship

GW Cancer Center developed the first-ever competencies for non-clinically licensed Oncology Patient Navigators. In 2015 they launched competency-based training through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

These courses include the foundational knowledge that oncology patient navigators need.

Below are the courses I have completed. Click the links below to view PDF certificates of completion. I will also show an image of each certificate below these links.

Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Survivor

Being a survivor of cancer myself has offered me a unique perspective on this disease.

You can learn more about my own cancer journey on my personal website.

Volunteering

I’m active in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society community, providing discussion support and posting new studies and articles. I’m also seeking to volunteer for the American Cancer Society, specifically in helping transport patients to appointments or treatment.

Bachelor of Arts, Communications, Washington State University.

I studied at the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication and graduated in the winter of 2006.

Director of Search Engine Marketing for a Small Agency

I have to communicate effectively to clients and colleagues. Understanding the audience is key in having your message understood. But it’s not always about communicating; listening is just as important.