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Nelson Mandela's granddaughter, South African writer, and activist, Zoleka Mandela, has joined the humanitarian organization, Global Access to Cancer Care Foundation (GACCF) as an Ambassador to raise awareness about lifesaving global cancer education and treatment programs. Two-time cancer survivor, Zoleka promotes GACCF’s work in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) and educates the public about GACCF’s mission to educate medical specialists who work in the oncology field.
Tonya Steiner is Executive Director of GACCF. Prior to joining GACCF, Steiner worked for AdvaMed, the Advanced Medical Technology Association, where she served as Director of Strategic Partnerships overseeing revenue generation and strategy for the organization’s conferences and educational events. In her role, Steiner leads efforts to build lasting relationships with key supporters, identify and recruit new sponsors and funding sources, manage sales and revenue as well as strategic planning for future growth.
Tonya also served as the Director of Sales for HR Tech software in New York City and Director of Customer Services at DEI, an online education company. After receiving her B.A. in Communications and Business, Steiner remains stay active in the University of Colorado Soccer and Crew programs.
She has lived and worked around the world supporting innovative technologies for health and child welfare. She has held numerous leadership and mentorship positions both locally and internationally for health, wellness and youth charities. Tonya is passionate about reducing the education gaps in radiation therapy and increasing resources to provide effective treatment solutions.
We'll speak with Tonya, but won't mind if Zoleka Mandela calls in too!
Learn more! https://globalaccf.org/