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Meet Our Administrative Fellows

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Interested in learning more about the Administrative Fellowship Program at Montefiore? Please contact:

Vinnie Pierino, MHA
Administrative Fellow
Department of Medicine
3411 Wayne Ave, 5th floor
Bronx, NY 10467
Email: vpierino@montefiore.org 

Current Fellow

Casey Browder, MHA, University of South Carolina

Ohio native Casey Browder—a 2012 graduate of Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio—holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology; she minored in Business. While at Wittenberg, Casey did substantial healthcare-related community service work, and interned in a biomedical engineering lab at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. She later worked as a project management intern for a startup associated with the same lab group. 

After graduating from Wittenberg, Casey began the Master of Health Administration program at the University of South Carolina. She completed Graduate Assistantships at the South Carolina Hospital Association (Regulatory & Workforce intern) and Lexington Medical Center (Managed Care & Payer Relations intern). She exercised her love of community service as the Service Chair for USC's Health Executives Students Association. Having used project life cycle and Six Sigma methods in her undergraduate internships, Casey saw these methods befitting of healthcare's needs, and went on to earn a Lean/Six Sigma Green Belt in August 2013.  She completed her residency with the Cancer Prevention and Control Program, working on a process improvement initiative for McLeod Health's Mobile Mammography Unit that incorporated scheduling, healthcare information technology, and optimizing workflows and information transfer. 

Casey loves living in the Bronx and working for Montefiore, with its strong commitment to providing excellent care for this unique community. In her free time, she attends free events around New York City, does a light version of the Insanity workout to "not disturb her neighbors," attempts extreme-couponing,  jumps double Dutch in Central Park and works on her Español. 

Previous Fellows

  • Adam Davis, MBA, Baruch College
  • Rachel Goldberg, MHA, University of Florida
  • Meredith Kydd-Hindelang, MHA, Hofstra University
  • J. Chris Follmer, MHA, Tulane University
  • Shaun Grubert, MBA, Vanderbilt University
  • Roba Ghanayem, MHA, University of North Carolina
  • Lili Beit, MS, Harvard University
  • Aurora Trahan, MHA, Tulane University
  • Darryl Hull, MPH, Yale University