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MHA Career Panel: Healthcare Administration Alumni to Speak at Graduate Open House  

Three graduates of the Seton Hall Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program will speak at the Graduate Open House on Saturday, February 25. The panel session will begin at 2:00 p.m. in Jubilee Hall, Room 221. Attendees must register for Graduate Open House and check-in for the event at the University Center before proceeding to Jubilee Hall.

The MHA alumni panelists are:

sajniSajni Desai, MHA '16, currently works for Ethicon Inc. (Johnson & Johnson) as a Deal Desk Quoting Analyst. Her past experience includes working in patient access and patient safety at Clara Maass Medical Center, and in membership services for Managed Health Care Associates Inc. Sajni is a member of the Upsilon Phi Delta National Honor Society for Healthcare Administration, and was on the MHA Student Advisory Board while at Seton Hall.

MarlenekMarlene Kalayilparampil, MHA '15, is Project Director for the New Jersey Healthcare Executive Leadership Academy (NJHELA) at the Medical Society of New Jersey. NJHELA is a joint initiative involving the MSNJ, New Jersey Hospital Association and the New Jersey Association of Health Plans to build stronger leadership among physicians and executives from hospitals, post-acute providers and health plans throughout the state. Marlene also was a Corporate Affairs Fellow with Barnabas Health and a Women's Healthcare Intern at Bayer HealthCare.

Moses SalamiMoses Salami, MHA '14, finished the MHA program in 2014. He is now working as the Assistant Practice Administrator for AdvantageCare Physicians. He also has experience in operations management and research administration, and previously was a Group Leader of the Administrative Support Staff at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. While in the MHA program, he completed a capstone project at Trinitas Regional Medical Center, working with the administrative directors of Medical Oncology and Radiation Oncology; he developed plans to improve patient satisfaction scores and improve patient wait time for chemotherapy.

The panel session is an opportunity for those interested in the MHA program to learn more about the student experience, the healthcare administration job market and how the MHA degree contributes to career success.

Offered both online and on-campus, the Seton Hall MHA program prepares students for leadership and management positions in today's complex, dynamic healthcare industry. The 42-credit program is the only MHA in New Jersey accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME).

Categories: Health and Medicine

For more information, please contact:

  • Patrick McDermott, Director of Graduate Admissions
  • (973) 275-2062
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