Beverly Cusano, Administrative Director of Radiation Oncology at the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute, joins SROA Soundboard to share her experiences as a Radiation Oncology Leader. She recalls how she started as a radiation therapist, her journey to how she got into this career field, what it means to be in radiation oncology leadership, and even some of her favorite books.

Listen to hear more about:

  • How did you get into Radiation Oncology Leadership? (0:34)
  • What was it that you liked about radiation therapy when you were going through your rotations that lead to your current career? (2:56) Was your dad happy? (3:44)
  • What do you like about being in leadership? (3:53)
  • What do you find hardest about leadership in radiation oncology? (4:46)
  • What have you learned about communication that you think others could learn from? (5:42)
  • What are you working on accomplishing at this point in your career? (7:15)
  • In terms of your professional development, what organizations do you belong to and why? (7:42)
  • How has being involved in SROA shaped you both professionally and personally? (8:53)
  • Who or what inspires you? Why? (9:57)
  • What do you do when you have some time? (11:27)
  • What are you currently reading? (12:24)
  • Do you like the kind of reading that is also enlightening? (13:33)
  • What is the best advice you have ever received? (14:17)
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