Staten Island, NY, October 22, 2015, Margaret Mazzola-Nielsen has been recognized by Elite Women Worldwide for dedication, achievements and leadership in health care.
Now retired, Ms. Mazzola-Nielsen spent more than two decades working as a health care administrator with an expertise in project and emergency management. In her career, she often collaborated with chief medical officers and chiefs of staff to achieve goals regarding policy compliance and grant applications and renewals. Ms. Mazzola-Nielsen’s work history includes tremendous roles with Staten Island University Hospital such as administrative associate, administrative assistant to the emergency department director and case manager.
In recognition of her professional excellence, Ms. Mazzola-Nielsen achieved a certificate of appreciation award and a 15-year employment pin from Staten Island University Hospital. She was also named Professional of the Year by Worldwide Branding. In a recent interview, Ms. Mazzola-Nielsen attributed her success to her passion for health care and her willingness to listen to the advice of her mentors, stating, “everyone has something to contribute to the learning of those around them.”
Ms. Mazzola-Nielsen’s education also served as a facilitator for success during her career. She holds a Master of Public Administration, with a concentration in health care management, from Long Island University and a Bachelor of Liberal Arts from St. John’s University. Looking ahead, Ms. Mazzola-Nielsen plans to take on charity and volunteering roles in her retirement. Currently, she assists inmates in preparation for lifestyle changes once they are released through the TRY Organization. Ms. Mazzola-Nielsen is also incredibly involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.
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