GIODN is pleased to welcome the dynamic team of Gabriella Harmon, Dan Vosgerichian, and Mackenzie Nalven of Moffitt Cancer Center for this interactive virtual event. Attendees will have the opportunity to workshop ideas and learn together with an accomplished OD team! The Organizational Development department at Moffitt Cancer Center established the leader onboarding program in 2019 and three of its OD Advisors will present their work related to onboarding leadership. At Moffitt Cancer Center promoted and newly hired leaders are enrolled in a tailored organizational onboarding program. Successful onboarding positively impacts recruitment and retention, increases productivity, helps new leaders integrate their best practices and assimilate into the culture. Most importantly, it gives new leaders a sense of belonging. Learn more at this event!
Gabriella Harmon is an Organization Development Consultant at Moffitt Cancer Center. She offers services in leadership onboarding, development, coaching, consulting and facilitation. Dr. Harmon has been a Director of Talent Development at Eckerd Connects, Clearwater, Florida. Assistant Director of Organization Development and Continuing Education at the University of South Florida. For eight years, Dr. Harmon was an internal consultant for USF’s department of Organization Development and Training, she worked with all levels of leadership and addressed many different facilitation requests from student government to the President’s office. As a consultant, Dr. Harmon has worked with clients in the Tampa Bay area, including, Mosaic, ALS Association, Florida Adlerian Society, Jim Walters Partnership Center Grassroots Leadership Program, WUSF, USF Research, National Academy of Inventors, and USF Physician’s Group. Dr. Harmon is an adjunct instructor at the University of South Florida. She has been active in the local OD Network chapter and has been on the steering committee for two years. Dr. Harmon is an Advisory Board Member for Arizona College of Nursing. She has been invited to present at national and regional conferences on leadership and Organization Development topics. She has a PhD from Saybrook University in Organizational Systems, a MS in management from Troy University and a BS in Public Health Education from USF. Dr. Harmon focuses on helping people and organizations reach their highest goals.
Dan Vosgerichian PhD, PCC currently serves as an Organizational Development Consultant with Moffitt Cancer Center where his primary roles include leadership coaching and professional development assessment. Dr. Vosgerichian also works closely with the organizational onboarding team to help new faculty leaders as well as senior and executive level leadership successfully transition into Moffitt. Prior to joining Moffitt, Dr. Vosgerichian served as a Management Consultant at The Professional Research and Development Corporation (PRADCO) where his focus was on executive coaching, hiring and selection. Dr. Vosgerichian has also taught courses at University of North Florida, Flagler College, and Springfield College. Dr. Vosgerichian earned a double major in Psychology (BA) and Exercise Science (BS) from Miami University and his MEd in Counseling Psychology from Springfield College in Massachusetts. He earned his PhD in Educational Psychology from Florida State University. Dr. Vosgerichian is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF). He also has certifications in various leadership development assessments including Hogan Assessments.
Mackenzie Nalven started her career in organizational development as an Organizational Development Associate at Moffitt Cancer Center. She offers services in leadership onboarding, development, consulting, and facilitation. Mackenzie graduated with a B.B.A in Management and B.S. in Psychology from Stetson University in May 2020. She will be graduating in May 2022 with an M.Ed. in Leadership and Organizational Performance at Vanderbilt University. An avid researcher and business ethics advocate, she was invited to present her senior research project on multitasking at the Southern Psychological Association and represented Stetson University at multiple international business ethics competitions.