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“I work for Komen because women's lives depend on it.”
Linda McNeil Tantawi joined Komen Greater NYC as its Chief Executive Officer in January 2013. Since 2009, Linda had served as Executive Director of the CJ Foundation for SIDS, a national non-profit organization devoted to eliminating the tragedy of sudden unexpected infant and early childhood deaths, supporting grieving families, advancing medical research, furthering parent and professional education, and advocating for the health and survival of all children. For the 15 years prior, Linda led development and communications efforts at Volunteers of America of Greater New York, with tenures as Vice President and Chief Development and Communications Officer as well as Interim President and CEO. Earlier, she served as Director of Development for the Black Leadership Commission on AIDS in New York and as Senior Account Executive with J.C. Geever, Inc., a consulting firm that advises non-profits on fundraising strategies. Linda attended the University of Massachusetts, where she received her Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude in Communications with a minor degree in Psychology. She also received a University Diploma in Social Psychology from the University of Kent, UK.
“I work at Komen to help advance towards a world where all women and their loved ones can receive the support they need and deserve.”
Lily Dulberg joined Komen Greater NYC as a Special Events/Race Intern in June 2016. Having watched close friends and family fight breast cancer, she is empowered to educate and support women in their time of need. After assisting with the 26th Annual Race for the Cure in September, Lily was asked to join the team full-time as the Grants & Special Projects Coordinator. Lily attended the University of Florida (Go Gators!) and graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor's of Arts in Spanish Language and Culture.
“I work for Komen to encourage people to never lose hope and because I strongly believe in the work that we do each and everyday to create more survivors.”
Dana Ann Miele joined Komen Greater NYC in November 2016 as the Director of Development and Communications. Prior to joining Komen Greater NYC, Dana was the Director of Development for the Arthritis Foundation and managed the nations #1 Walk to Cure Arthritis campaign. Dana brings incredible enthusiasm, compassion and energy to her position and is known for her keen attention to detail and her ability to handle the planning and logistics of large-scale events. She is able to motivate and manage committee volunteers, team captains, medical practices and corporate partners. Dana believes in the mission of Susan G. Komen that no one should die from breast cancer, and it is her personal mission and commitment to raise funds and spread awareness. Dana lives in Westchester County, NY and received a BA from the University at Buffalo in Communication and Sociology.
“I work at Komen Greater NYC because it is committed to end breast cancer.’
Shakiba Muhammadi joined Komen NYC as an Intern in 2014. In March 2016, she started working as Manager of Grants and Public Policy. Prior to joining Komen NYC, Shakiba worked at Unicef as Child Survival Officer. Shakiba graduated in Medicine and Public Health.
“We are so fortunate. When breast cancer arose in my family, we were able to be financially and emotionally supportive. Not all women and families are so lucky. It's time to change that.”
From New York to Boston to LA and back again, Devon has crash landed her way through the new digital frontier. Devon's dabbled in digital marketing, social media and content creation for companies like Nickelodeon, NBCUniversal, RED Interactive Agency, and Susan G. Komen Greater NYC ― just to name a few. She holds a BS in Journalism from Emerson College. Devon is 100% fueled by coffee, soul music and girl power.
“I work at Komen Greater NYC to honor the courage of those in my life who have lived with breast cancer, and to do my part to create a cancer free tomorrow.”
Glen joined Komen Greater NYC as Senior Director of Digital Communications in January 2015. He brings to the team over fifteen years of eCRM and Web Production experience in government, secondary education, and non-profit sectors. Prior to joining the team, Glen worked for Convio/Blackbaud where he was a Web Production Team Lead working on many critical projects including the “new” TeamRaiser and PC2. He and his team were instrumental in much of the initial Victory designs and customizations, giving him familiarity with Komen specific needs and goals. He has supported hundreds of deployments, large and small for a variety of clients. He is a master of implementing and managing site wrappers, building in customizations, generating reports, and generally wrangling the Luminate Online environment into submission.
“I work for Komen because it's amazing what we can accomplish when we're in it together.”
Barbara joined Susan G.Komen Greater NYC in December 2016. Prior to that Barbara worked for JASA Community Guardianship program for almost 11 years as an accountant. She graduated from Baruch College CUNY with in an accounting degree.
“I work for Komen Greater NYC because of our mission and vision of a world without breast cancer. Because of everything Komen has done since 1982, I have been blessed and am truly grateful for the beautiful breast cancer survivors I have in my life.”
Cindy Rogers joined Komen Greater NYC in October 2015. Cindy has over 15 years of strategic planning and budgeting experience. Most recently she was the Director of Finance & Operations for CARES Foundation and prior to CARES she was the Director of Finance & Human Resources for Alzheimer’s Association, Greater New Jersey Chapter. She holds BS degrees in Human Resources Management and Psychology, and an MBA in Accounting.
“I get to wake up every day and work at an organization that shares the same values I hold. I'm proud to be part of this incredible effort that will result in a world without breast cancer.”
With a strong interest in philanthropy and wanting to be part of a solution to breast Cancer, Allie Weiss joined Komen Greater NYC as a Special Events Intern in June 2015. Komen has always played a significant role in her life since she has watched three women closest to her battle breast cancer. After assisting with the 25th Annual Race for the Cure in October, Allie was asked joined the team full time as the Special Events Coordinator. Allie spent her childhood living in Los Angeles and now has called New Jersey home for the past ten years. Allie graduated from Syracuse University and received her Bachelor of Science degree, Cum Laude in Child and Family Studies with a minor in Education.