Gina-Marie graduated from the University of Scranton and went on to pursue her master’s in public administration from New York University. She has been working in health care operations for the past 20+ years, working at several NYC academic institutions including Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Weill Cornell Medicine, and Maimonides Medical Center. Gina-Marie has been at Northwell Health for the past 7 years. She is currently the AVP for the pediatric surgical subspecialties, medical genetics, behavioral health, and The Cohen Children’s Heart Center.
Amelia Randall currently serves as the Senior Director of Finance for the Department of Pediatrics at Emory University and the Emory + Children’s Pediatric Institute. Prior to joining the department in 2008, Amelia attended Georgia Tech where she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology. Amelia has been a member of AAAP since 2014 and has served as Secretary, and co-site host for the Atlanta annual meeting and New Orleans Regional. In 2017, she completed her Master of Business Administration from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School Executive MBA program. As a scientist and former research administrator, Amelia has a passion for all things science and academia and is always looking for ways to better support her faculty and staff and particularly enjoys the comradery and network of the AAAP . A native of Georgia, Amelia currently resides with her new husband Justin in their first home together in Tucker, GA. She enjoys all things fiber arts, but particularly enjoys knitting, cross-stitch, needlepoint, crochet, and embroidery. When not working tirelessly with her long-time mentor and boss Liz McCarty to make Pediatrics everything it can and more, you can find her working out a Pure Barre, crafting with her cats, or reading the next Discworld book on her list.
Elizabeth Shifflett (Liz) is the Chief Operating Officer for the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Virginia, and has been in this role for the last seven years, in which she has enjoyed working with and meeting everyone in the AAAP. Before coming to Pediatrics she was the Director of Finance for the Department of Radiology, also at the University of Virginia. She started her career as a financial analyst for American Airlines supporting Latin America and the Caribbean until she made the shift to healthcare administration and came to UVA Health. Liz is a big Florida Gators fan, having both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Florida. She lives in Charlottesville with her son, Alex (13), and her little Jack Russell, Libby.
Tyler Sebahar is an active AAAP member and currently the Director of Finance and Budget at the University of Utah Department of Pediatrics, where he has spent the last 7 years working in various finance roles. In his role, he is responsible for managing the Department’s fiscal operations and annual budget, working with a team of 15 Division Administrators and 11 Accountants. Tyler has a specific interest in faculty and staff compensation, supporting oversight of all salary adjustments across the Department’s 1,200 faculty and staff, including fiscal year increases, promotions, off‐cycle adjustments and starting salaries. This oversight includes responsibilities such as annual analysis of faculty and trainee compensation compared to benchmarks by specialty/PGY, and approving all compensation and incentive pay plans across the Department. Tyler has a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Utah and loves spending time with his family, mountain biking and snowboarding.
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Annamarie is the Vice President, Academic Affairs, Research, and Medical Education Administration at Connecticut Children’s. Annamarie has been with Connecticut Children’s since 2010. Annamarie’s
public health career has focused primarily on women and children’s health. Annamarie oversees all operational and financial aspects of Connecticut Children’s academic mission and leads the strategic and business planning efforts for Connecticut Children’s Research Institute. Prior to joining Connecticut Children’s, Annamarie served as Campaign Director for the Connecticut Public Health Association, advocating for public policy in support of children’s health, and facilitating the growth and development of the non-profit’s infrastructure. Annamarie earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Pace University in New York, a Master’s Degree of Public Health from University of Connecticut, and is currently completing an Executive MBA program at UConn. Annamarie has been an active member of AAAP since 2017.