Healthcare Speaker Panel
Come join us for a StuyAlumni in Healthcare event!
There will be a panel consisting of leading Stuyvesant alums, working in the health care industry. Alumni from all class years with an interest in current trends in healthcare are invited to join this Events Committee activity for networking, light food and drinks.
A Q & A will follow the formal presentations.
Ling Wu Kong ’01 has graciously provided us space at his office to hold this event. Ling is a former Spectator editor and now a Partner at McDermott Will & Emery LLP. This panel is the 8th event in the Industry Tower speaker and networking series, which has been organized by Director Hal Diamond ’78, in coordination with the Alumni Association. These events have brought together alumni from all class years in finance, law, entrepreneurship, journalism, and medicine.
Tickets are $25 for all alumni who graduated before 2014 and are free for dues paying members of the Alumni Association and alumni who graduated from 2014-2017.
You can secure tickets here.
Capacity for this event is limited. We invite you to RSVP as soon as possible as we anticipate this event will sell out quickly.
If you have any questions, please email [email protected].
Adam Blumenthal ’78
Managing Partner, Blue Wolf Capital Partners
Former Chair, Investment Committee, UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust
Former Deputy Comptroller, City of New York
Howard Forman, MD ’82
Professor at Yale University, Schools of Management, Public Health, and Yale College
He has worked in the US Senate and remains active in Health Services and Health Policy research. He practices Trauma/Emergency Radiology at Yale New Haven Hospital.
Nicholas Bavaro, MD, MPH ’85
Nick specializes in robotic and computer-assisted hip and knee replacement surgery. In addition to being an orthopedic surgeon, Nick instructs third and fourth year medical students in an Orthopedics elective and hosts high school and college students interested in medicine. Nick is a Stuyvesant High School Alumni Association Board Member.
Kathie-Ann (Ramsay) Joseph, MD, MPH, FACS ’87
Associate Professor of Surgery and Population Health, NYU Langone Medical Center
A former Crain’s 40 under 40, Kathie Joseph is Chief of Breast Surgery at Bellevue Hospital and serves as Co-Director for the Beatrice W. Welters Breast Health Outreach and Navigation Program.
Richard Park, MD ’90
Founder and CEO of CityMD, an urgent-care chain with 70 clinics located and 300 doctors in the Northeast
Charlene Ngamwajasat, MD ’01
Physician Clinical Informatics Specialist, The Fund for Public Health in New York, Inc/NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Charlene is a board certified internist who specializes in digital health, health information technology and public health initiatives. She is also an active member of NYC’s startup community.
Deep Parikh, MD ’06
Chief Ophthalmology Resident at Northwell (North Shore – LIJ) Health System on Long Island
Co-Founder, MD Lingo
Former Student Mentor, Stuyvesant High School
Moderator: Lisa Levitt, MBA, MHSA ’87
National Telehealth Director, Molina Healthcare