BCAN Staff

Monica Smith

Executive Director

In her role as Executive Director for BCAN, Monica is working to increase awareness and funding for bladder cancer which has been greatly overlooked. BCAN’s mission is also of great personal importance to Monica as bladder cancer has directly impacted her family. Monica has spent nearly 20 years working in the non-profit arena. She has 13 years experience as a development professional with healthcare organizations. She previously spent 7 years as the Director of Development for Susan G. Komen Central and South Jersey, where she was responsible for the organization’s fundraising and community relations and six years at CancerCare of New Jersey as the Assistant Director of Development. Monica began her non-profit career provide direct patient service for various mental health organizations in New York and New Jersey. She graduated from the University at Albany with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

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Natalie Bennett

Development Specialist

nbennett@bcan.org

Natalie Bennett brings over 11 years of development experience to the BCAN Team.  Previously, she was the Development/Public Relations Manager for the DC College Access Program.  She is a graduate of the University of Maryland – University College, where she received her Master’s degree in Management with a Nonprofit and Associations concentration and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA).  She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Integrative Studies with a Business Administration concentration from George Mason University.  Natalie is an active member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. (Southern Maryland Chapter). When she has an opportunity, she loves to travel.

Vanessa Hoffman

Education & Research Manager

vhoffman@bcan.org
Vanessa Hoffman is a graduate of Cornell University and has a Master of Public Health degree from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where she conducted research on community health and nutrition. She spent the past year as a health policy fellow with the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress. She is also a registered dietitian and has worked with patients in a clinical setting. Vanessa’s family has been affected by bladder cancer and as BCAN has served as a vital resource for her family in accessing relevant information, she is excited to work on promoting research and helping BCAN do the same for others.

Veronica Sloan

Community Resource Coordinator

vsloan@bcan.org
Veronica Sloan brings over 12 years of experience in nonprofit and corporate communications to the BCAN Team.  Previously, while living in the Netherlands, she worked for GE in the niche market of plastics which gave her an insight into the manufacture of medical equipment.  Returning to the US, Mrs. Sloan took a position as the Communications Manager for the World Wildlife Fund’s Global Forest & Trade Network, bridging communications with an international and globally scattered staff.  She is a graduate of the Evergreen State College with a degree in Communications and elated to be a part of the BCAN team.

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