tes for Upstate Medical University as administrative coordinator. In this position, she reports to the Advocates’ board of directors and plays a critical role in the organization’s successful operation. She replaces Jonathan Adler who retired in May.
Gamble has experience in operations and programmatic financial management, research and contract funding oversight, program start-up, management and event coordination and marketing and public relations. She is experienced in database development, management and reporting and software systems.
“I am excited to use my experience and skills for this committed group of volunteers dedicated to enhance the quality of patient, family and community health and to advance knowledge in medical education, through fund raising and support,” said Gamble.
Gamble comes to Advocates for Upstate most recently from Syracuse University after 10 years of service.
She has held healthcare administrative positions in Houston, Texas, working at Vanguard Urologic Institute, Baylor College of Medicine, the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, and Rice University.
A resident of Syracuse, she holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from SUNY Oswego and an associate degree in medical office science from Jefferson Community College, Watertown.
Advocates for Upstate is a 501(c)3 organization that supports healthcare and scholarship through fundraising and service.