May 3, 2019
The Board of The Arnold P. Gold Foundation gathered for its 2019 Board Retreat on April 28 at the NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. The day offered a deep dive into the challenges facing healthcare and the landscape in which the Gold Foundation seeks to infuse humanism. Dr. Eileen Sullivan-Marx, Dean of the Rory Meyers College of Nursing and a Gold Board member, led the morning session, along with Gold Chief Administrative and Financial Officer Ben Rodriguez. In the afternoon, speaker David Johnson, CEO and founder of 4sight Health, offered his insights around the disruption in the healthcare marketplace.
Gold Foundation President and CEO Dr. Rich Levin welcomed the Board members to the 2019 Board Retreat in New York City.
Board member Eileen Sullivan-Marx led the morning session and played host at the NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing, where she is dean.
Dr. Eileen Sullivan-Marx shared the results of the Board survey, including the expertise across the Board.
Chairman Richard Sheerr presented ideas from his breakout group.
A breakout group discusses one question drawn from the Board survey.
Co-founder and Board member Dr. Sandra Gold shared her insights.
Chief Development Officer Stuart Chizzik and Senior Director of Programs Ann Bruder were on hand to help facilitate the day, along with other Gold staff members.
Board member and former chairman Dr. Jordan Cohen offered a new question during the discussion.
Board member Jeff Saltzer shared his view during the retreat.
Dr. Sandra Gold was ready for the afternoon session. The retreat included lunch and a chance for the Board members to get to know each other better.
Board member Karen Watson chats with fellow Trustees Sandra Gold and Elaine Adler.
David Johnson, founder and CEO of 4sightHealth, presented his insights around the disruption in healthcare during the afternoon session.
Board member Deb O'Hara-Rusckowski raised a point during the discussions.
Speaker David Johnson answered questions from Board members following his presentation.
Board member Dr. Larry Smith raised a point during the lively discussions.
Board member Dr. Brian Benson shared his perspective.