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Employee giving stories
First-time marathoner Michael Goldberg, executive director at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, doesn’t enjoy running — but he’s racing for what matters most to him: expanding Northwell’s efforts to nurture caregivers throughout their loved ones’ medical journey.
Employees at Staten Island University Hospital work together to honor a colleague who passed away, raising funds through the Northwell Health Walk to create a new labor-and-delivery room within the Gruppuso Family Women & Newborn Center.
Northwell Health employee, Annie McGarry tells us why fundraising for women’s health in the cancer services department at Peconic Bay Medical Center is meaningful to her. Annie is co-captain of team Mind Over Miles and will be participating in the East End walk.
Northwell employee, Melody Mahla may be a first time walker but is a longtime supporter of the Northwell Health Walk. She shares how she was inspired to fundraise for women and children’s health care.
Sven Gierlinger tells us how he was inspired by a nurse and breast cancer survivor who discovered a special way to give back to breast cancer surgery patients.
Joseph Moscola is a recurring runner at the marathon, choosing this year to support Northwell employees conquering their disabilities every day.