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Soren Capawanna possesses notable organizational skills and is an excellent communicator. Ms. Capawanna’s work experience in the field of health care proves this. From 2007 to 2010, Ms. Capawanna served as a Session Assistant at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. In this role, she managed the outpatient clinics of three physicians, organizing medical records and writing assessments of clinic events. She also played a part in the merger of a neurosurgery clinic and a radiation oncology clinic to establish the first multidisciplinary clinic. Afterwards, she helped to chart the success of the new clinic, presenting her data in quarterly meetings. Additionally, Ms. Capawanna assisted in the creation of a career networking web platform for employees and a “patient portal” for patients, allowing them to access and manage their own medical accounts online. She was promoted to Session Assistant II after 15 months as Session Assistant I.In 2010, Ms. Capawanna accepted a position at Boston Children’s Hospital. As Administrative Assistant III, she scheduled appointments, obtained insurance referrals and authorizations, and maintained patients’ files. In the Brain Injury Center’s multidisciplinary monthly clinic, she maintained patients’ records, scheduled follow-up appointments, and processed physicians’ bills.Later, as Program Coordinator at Boston Children’s Hospital, Mr. Capawanna managed the daily operations of the Brain Injury Center and acted as the liaison between the center and other departments. She produced monthly progress reports that allowed the department administrator to track the center’s development, and she organized special events and projects. Ms. Capawanna also updated the center’s internal website with information on education resources and literature. Additionally, she helped the hospital’s marketing department to publicize the Brain Injury Center through brochures and a public webinar with center physicians that aired in September 2011. She also collaborated with the Innovative Acceleration Program to introduce a “tele-health” program to allow patients to communicate with physicians from patients’ home computers.Soren Capawanna attended Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. She graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts in English.