Wendy Gettleman of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to Speak at Healthcare & Medical Facilities Summit 2018

Wendy Gettleman

NEWTON, MA–Wendy Gettleman, the Vice President of Facilities Management and Real Estate at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston and a leading expert in facilitating patient and family input into design, will speak at Healthcare & Medical Facilities Summit on Jan. 18, 2018, at the Newton Marriott Hotel in Newton, MA.

The Healthcare & Medical Facilities Summit 2018 is produced by Boston Real Estate Times, one of New England’s largest commercial real estate publications, subscribed by more than 8,500 commercial real estate professionals and executives.

“We are very excited that Ms. Gettleman has joined our distinguished panel of experts at the Healthcare & Medical Facilities Summit 2018,” said Upendra Mishra, publisher of Boston Real Estate Times. “We have lined up an amazing panel of experts for our 8th annual Healthcare & Medical Facilities Summit. We will announce their names during upcoming weeks.”

Wendy Gettleman

Here are the details-

Date: Jan. 18, 2018

Time: 7:00 am to 9:30 am

Location: Newton Marriott Hotel, 2345 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton, MA 02466.

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As Vice President, Ms. Gettleman oversees Dana-Farber’s Facilities Maintenance and Operations; Planning, Design and Construction; Real Estate & Energy Management; Facilities Business Services, including General Services, Food Services, Telecommunications and Conference Services.

Ms. Gettleman joined Dana-Farber in 2005 as Senior Project Manager then as Director of Project Management for the recently completed Yawkey Center for Cancer Care. In those roles, Ms. Gettleman led the project team from design through construction and occupancy in January 2011, bringing in the $330 Million project under budget and ahead of schedule.

Ms. Gettleman began her major construction project management career at Boston Children’s Hospital in 2001 as Senior Project Manager with a $136 Million hospital expansion project, again achieving project completion on schedule and on budget. Prior to that, Ms. Gettleman was employed for 10 years with Sodexo’s Healthcare Division in operations management and division leadership positions.