Local 2-197 is the premier professional musicians' union in Eastern Missouri. Representing more than 90,000 members, they specialize in all styles of alternative music. The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra (SLSO) launched the Peer to Peer program six years ago as a mentoring initiative for young string musicians from the area.
This program was created in response to conversations with participants of the SLSO IN UNISON Program, which seeks to provide support to those without access to private musical education. IN UNISON is the SLSO's main community program, connecting churches in the area with the SLSO through musical performances. Since its inception in 1992, IN UNISON has grown to include an acclaimed choir dedicated to performing and preserving African and African-American music, as well as an academic arm that provides support to university students and young adults pursuing music-related careers. Three seasons after the launch of SLSO Peer to Peer, the SLSO partnered with Gateway Music Outreach, a community music education program serving North St.
Louis City, to align resources that support young musicians and identify students for the program. In its early years, SLSO Peer to Peer connected young musicians with experienced mentors from the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra for biweekly peer training sessions at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. This not only provided a path for long-term musical development but also fostered a community of young musicians throughout St.
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Brittany has worked as a myeloma clinical coordinator in a high-volume call center at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City for five years now. Here she supports patients with myeloma in various ways such as sorting calls and educating them about their myeloma and test results while coordinating with research and management teams to implement comprehensive changes and streamline processes for accessing new treatments. Before coming to Mount Sinai, Brittany worked as an oncology nurse at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in New Jersey. She earned her degree in Nursing from the University of Delaware where she had the opportunity to be a nursing student for a private doctor for more than a year. Adrian Rosenkranz is a multiple myeloma caregiver and Chief Operating Officer of Salesforce Essentials; he is responsible for directing the company's operations, vision and customer experience. With over ten years of experience in business software, Adrian is highly respected as an experienced leader in his field with a track record of driving growth. Prior to his current position Adrian held positions at Salesforce in sales strategy & operations and corporate marketing which gave him valuable experience in multiple revenue functions.
He earned his bachelor's degree from Stanford University where he also served as a kicker for their soccer team under coach Jim Harbaugh's direction. He currently lives in San Francisco where he loves exercising and exploring nature. Mike is Managing Partner and Founder of GHO Capital; he is an experienced senior executive in healthcare with over 30 years of experience in operational and management positions. In his previous role as Executive Vice President on Quintiles' (now IQVIA) central leadership team Mike played an important role in driving international growth for what is now a global leader in clinical research. Prior to working at Quintiles Mike was Senior Vice President at Charles Schwab responsible for global retail and Internet organizations. He currently serves on several boards including Envision, X-Chem, Ardena, BioAgilytix, Validant and Alcaliber; he has overseen successful exits from Quotient Sciences and Caprion Biosciences. Paul Giusti is President of Riverwoods Holdings LLC; he was previously President & CEO of Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF).
Giusti has been an executive director, leader, executive and entrepreneur for over 30 years; he has founded managed and directed various businesses during his career. Giusti worked as an executive for GE where he held various management positions with wide ranging responsibilities. He has a science degree from Colorado School of Mines and a master's degree in Business Administration from Harvard University. He is also Founder & Mission Director Co-Chair of MMRF & MMRC Faculty at Harvard Business School's Kraft Precision Medicine Accelerator; he is also a patient with multiple myeloma.