"It is my hope that seeds I have sown into my community continue to make a lasting impression, and inspire the next generation of community leaders."
Jocelyn Triplett, Supervisor in the Department of Medicine at MSK, Reflects on Black History Month
Nicole Buchanan, Program Administrator, Reflect on Women's History Month
"Reading all about MSK — it just felt like a lock and key," she says. "I felt like I belonged there." In June 2003, after a few rounds of interviews, Ms. Buchanan got a job as a session assistant on the fifth-floor gastrointestinal unit at MSK 53rd Street.
Kevin Bracey, Environmental Services Supervisor at MSK, Reflects on Black History Month
Meet Kevin Bracey, Environmental Services Supervisor at MSK 53rd Street. Despite working long hours on the night shift, Kevin never tires of giving out blankets or greeting the family members of patients.
Tania Bubb, Director of Infection Control at MSK, Reflects on Black History Month
Tania Bubb, PhD, seeks variety in every aspect of her work. Whether she's attending meetings with physicians, construction workers, or environmental services staff, speaking with project managers and nurses, or treating patients of different backgrounds, she appreciates the diversity that working in healthcare has to offer.
Kelsey Granger, Lead Mailroom Associate, Reflects on Black History Month
Mr. Granger joined MSK in 2011 as a mailroom associate and in October 2017, he was promoted to Lead Mailroom Associate. He now oversees mail sorting and delivery to every floor of the hospital.