The Community Oncology Alliance (COA) has announced the election of new and re-appointed members to the Board of Directors and Executive Committee. The Board and Committee are comprised of volunteer representatives from community oncology, who direct the management of COA by its Executive Director.
The Executive Committee reports to the COA Board of Directors. All positions on the Board of Directors are 3-year terms, and all positions on the Executive Committee are 1-year terms.
COA is a nonprofit organization controlled by independent, community oncologists. The Alliance is dedicated to advocating for community oncology practices and the patients they serve.
The majority of Americans battling cancer receive treatment in the independent community setting. Ensuring the vitality of the community cancer care system is critical to ensuring that patients can continue to access affordable, accessible, and local cancer care, close to where they live and work. The officers, committees, and board members of COA further its mission to protect and foster the community oncology delivery system in the United States through public policy, advocacy, and education.
COA Board of Directors
The following individuals were re-elected to serve another term on the COA Board of Directors:
The following individuals were elected to serve their first term on the COA Board of Directors:
COA Executive Committee
The followingindividuals were elected to serve as officers of COA and on the Executive Committee for 2020: