Administrative Directors SIG

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Presentations from the 2017 BMT Administrative Directors meeting in Orlando are available here

ASBMT Staff Liaison: Stephanie Farnia

Steering Committee

Chair: Clint L. Divine, MBA, 

Vice-Chair: Kent H. Walters, FACHE, FHFMA, CMPE,

Tonya P. Cox, RN,

Sandra D.Rudolph, MSN, MPh, 

S. Elizabeth “Sam” Sharf, RN, BSN, CHTC


Staffing Working Subcommittee

Craig Conway, Member (Cancer Treatment Centers of America)
Clint Divine, Chair, Admin SIG Contact 2017 (University of Kansas Cancer Center)
Amy Emmert, Member (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
Sandra Rudolph, Member (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
Sam Sharf (University of North Carolina)
Laura St. Germain, Member (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center)

Read the Staffing Working Committee charter.

Quality Subcommittee

Tracy Dodd, Chair (Sarah Cannon)
Jody Acheson, Member (St. Luke's Mountain States Tumor Institute)
Jennifer Christian, Member (Lucille P. Markey Cancer Center at the University of Kentucky)
Karen Collum, Member (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center)
Leslie Parran, Admin SIG Contact (University of Minnesota Medical Center)
Christine Rosati, Member (Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Hospital Cancer and Blood Disorders Center)
Jacklyn Stenz, Member (Baylor University Medical Center)
Ellen Tambini, Member (Hackensack University Medical Center)
Kathie Viers, Immediate Past Chair (City of Hope)


Visit the Quality Working Committee page for additional information and resources.
Read the Quality Working Committee charter.



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The Administrative Directors Special Interest Group (SIG) offers administrators at blood and marrow transplant centers a national forum where they can exchange ideas and information, benchmarking and disseminating data about best practices within the field of blood and marrow transplantation.

Why You Should Join

Members have the opportunity to be involved in working groups that provide recommendations on national issues related to BMT program administration, as well as to participate on a conference planning committee or other task forces. Members can use the Administrative Directors Listserv to seek input from colleagues regarding BMT program questions or practices.

How You Can Join

Membership in the Administrative Directors SIG is open to any ASBMT member. Those most likely to join will be ASBMT affiliate members who hold an administrative leadership position within the bone marrow/stem cell transplant program of a hospital, medical center or health care system. If you would like to join the SIG, you must first be a member of the ASBMT.  If you are not, begin by completing this ASBMT membership application.  If you are already a member of ASBMT, send an email to to join this SIG.


Read the Administrative Directors SIG charter for more information on the SIG's purpose, membership and committees, including committee composition, selection and responsibilities.