President Kimberly R. Cline
and the Board of Trustees of LIU

cordially invite you to a special evening


Winifred B. Mack, RN, BS, ’76, MPA ‘85
Senior Vice President, Health System Operations
Northwell Health

Thursday, May 24, 2018
The Plaza Hotel
Central Park and Fifth Avenue
New York City

Cocktails and Silent Auction, 6 p.m.
Dinner, 7 p.m.

Dress: Business attire

2018 honoree

Winifred B. Mack, RN, BS, ’76, MPA ‘85
Senior Vice President – Health Systems Operations, Northwell Health

Winifred Mack, RN, dual degree holder from Long Island University, has served in a number of leadership roles within Northwell Health and is currently its Senior Vice President of Health Systems Operations. Ms. Mack earned a B.S. in Nursing and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from LIU Post. Passionate about nursing and an accomplished nurse leader, Ms. Mack, whose career in healthcare spans more than 40 years, was honored in 2013 with LIU Post’s Distinguished Alumni Award. In her role at Northwell Health, Ms. Mack has an expansive and strategic position. She is responsible for overseeing and implementing policies, perioperative services, physician practice council, blood donor program, , providing counsel for emergency medicine services, and working on issues related to labor management, strategic planning, special projects and community relations. As well, she is the cultural ambassador for Bridges a part of Northwell Health’s business employee resource group. Ms. Mack began her tenure with Northwell Health in 2002 and has held increasingly challenging executive roles within the health system. She began her career at Northwell Health’s Southside Hospital, serving first as Vice President of Patient Care Services and Deputy Executive Director before becoming Executive Director of the hospital in August 2006. Previously, she served as Chief Nurse Executive and Associate Executive Director of Patient Care Services at Franklin and Syosset hospitals. Before joining Northwell Health, Ms. Mack held a number of high-level administrative and nursing positions at Continuum Health Partners’ Beth Israel-St. Luke’s Roosevelt Health System in Manhattan, Winthrop University Hospital, Nassau University Medical Center and Stony Brook University Hospital.

Ms. Mack is a founding member of both the North American Transplant Coordinators Organization and the New York Transplantation Society. Ms. Mack has also served as Board Member of Nassau Community College’s Clinical Technology Program. Currently, Ms. Mack is a Board Member of the YMCA of Long Island, the LIU School of Health Professions and Nursing Advisory Board. She is also recognized as a Long Island Trustee for the Energeia Partnership at Molloy College.

In addition to her LIU Post Distinguished Alumna Award, Ms. Mack has been the recipient of a number of notable honors. She was honored by Long Island Business News in 2016 with their Top 50 Women Award, by the National Association of Professional Women in 2014 with their Women of the Year Award, by the Islip Breast Cancer Coalition in 2012 as honoree for their “Evening in Pink” and by the YMCA Boulton Center in 2011 with their Ambassador of the Arts Award. Dedicated to the communities she serves, Ms. Mack has also been honored by the Salvation Army, Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk, NAACP and the Hispanic Counseling Center among others.