Albany Business Review Names Mosseau a 2020 "Women Who Mean Business" Honoree
NYOH is pleased to announce the Albany Business Review has chosen Sabrina Mosseau, BN, RN, OCN, Executive Director of NYOH, as a 2020 Women Who Mean Business honoree. This prestigious annual award celebrates outstanding female executives across all industries in our region.
In its official announcement, the Albany Business Review writes:
Mosseau leads the region’s largest cancer care provider and has worked in health care for more than 20 years. New York Oncology Hematology was one of the only private specialty practices in the area that did not have to close or furlough workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Mosseau says it was able to continue operating because, on top of relief funding and making some executive salary cuts, the cancer practice has worked for years to be conservative with its finances. In addition to pivoting the business to work from home and implement telemedicine, Mosseau is now working hard to get patients back to regular cancer screenings.
Sabrina joins five fellow honorees who will be recognized at a virtual celebration in October and featured in an upcoming issue of the Albany Business Review:
Angela Antonikowski, chief officer of health equity, diversity and inclusion, Albany Medical Center
Sandra C. Beck, founder, CEO and president, Tidy Tots Diapers
Ruth Mahoney, market president, KeyBank
Kathleen McLean, president, The McLean Group
Laurie Poltynski, director, customer and community, National Grid
We congratulate Sabrina and thank her for her steadfast leadership, ensuring the safety and well-being of our patients and team in these challenging times.