BOARD OF DIRECTORS
* New Members
Abdul Saied Calvino, MD -- member since 2014
Surgical Oncologist, Roger Williams Medical Center
Dr. Calvino wishes to bring a clinical perspective to the efforts of the Partnership to improve cancer care in RI.
*Angela Hall-Jones -- member since 2020
Health Systems Manager, Hospitals, American Cancer Society
*Arthur Everly, CLU, ChFC -- member since 2020
Founder/President, Wealth Management Resources
Arthur M. Plitt -- member since 2007
Reiki Master Teacher, Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island
Arthur is an existing Board member who wishes to promote a fresh, needed energy to the Partnership and fulfill the need he has seen while working at Women & Infants Hospice.
Dana D'Alessandro Haseotes, MSW, LICSW, MPH, CST -- member since 2019
Clinical Social Worker, Women & Infants Hospital, Program in Women's Oncology
Dana was asked to join the Board following her panel discussion during our 2019 Cancer Summit. She has a long history within survivorship and coordinates with Women & Infants' Breast Health Center.
*Lynn Basilio, MS -- member since 2020
Sr. Management State & Primary Care Systems, American Cancer Society
*Mirna Sangiovanni -- member since 2020
Multiple Myeloma Survivor, Support Group Facilitator
The Executive Committee
Jim Willsey, Chair -- member since 2007
Director of Spiritual Care, Roger Williams Medical Center
Jim has been involved with The Partnership since it was founded 12 years ago, and has been on the Board for 6 years. He cares strongly about survivorship and helping those who are living with cancer.
Diane Martins, PhD, RN, Co-Chair -- member since 2014
Professor, University of Rhode Island
Diane is a standing member of the Board for 6 years. She has spent most of her time in collaboration with previous Board members on prevention work and our annual cancer summit.
Warren L. Miller, Jr., Ph.D, LICSW, MSW, SAP, BCD, Treasurer -- member since 2019
Assistant Professor, Rhode Island College School of Social Work
Warren was introduced to the Board by the Dean of Rhode Island College for his work with cancer prevention. His focus is on the LGBTQ+ community and HIV/AIDS, with an emphasis on older men.
Patricia Stout, DNP, APRN-CNP, Secretary -- member since 2019
Associate Clinical Professor, University of Rhode Island
Pat was invited to the Board by Diane Martins. She has worked previously with the Partnership on a HPV work group, assisted with the 2019 Cancer Summit, and enjoys working as a team.
Advisors to the Board (RIDOH)
C Kelly Smith, MSW
Program Manager, Comprehensive Cancer Control Program
George Andoscia, MPH
MPH, Policy, Systems & Environmental Change Specialist, Comprehensive Cancer Control Program and Project Coordinator, Rape Prevention Education, Violence & Injury Prevention Program