With more than two decades of executive management and consulting experience, Bev guides cancer centers and academic institutions through strategic planning, operations improvement and compliance management.
Bev brings a background rooted in front-line and consulting experience in cancer centers, research and healthcare executive positions to her clients at Huron. She applies this multidimensional expertise to help redefine their research and clinical visions, enhance leadership and management, transform clinical research platforms and build the research grant base, and develop competitive service lines and regional strategies.
Throughout her consulting career, Bev has worked with cancer centers to help them meet National Cancer Institute guidelines while allowing them to develop research programs, grow clinical trials activities, and improve core facilities and administrative infrastructure. She is a trusted adviser to healthcare and research leaders at all levels, helping facilitate and implement strategies to evolve service lines, networks and regional approaches.
Prior to joining Huron, she was the senior vice president for research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and associate director for administration at the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center consortium. Before this, she was the executive director for the University of Pennsylvania’s Abramson Cancer Center and served as Penn Medicine’s chief operating officer (COO) for cancer services. Bev has also served in hospital COO and senior executive roles, and has managed multispecialty practices.