LaWanda is the Director of Volunteer Services at the Moffitt Cancer Center where she manages the daily operations of her department, including volunteer recruitment, retention, training, engagement and productivity. She is also responsible for the Pet Therapy program and Cancer Center retail operations. Prior to her work in Volunteer Services, LaWanda spent seven years in Environmental Services, dedicated to keeping patients safe through the management of 2 million square feet over multiple sites.
LaWanda’s work at the Moffitt Cancer Center is supplemented by her volunteer contributions and expert presentations. She has presented on topics ranging from Best Practices in Healthcare Environmental Services to Diversity in Healthcare Delivery at multiple summits and conferences. LaWanda has volunteered with the Association of Florida Healthcare Auxiliaries and the American College of Healthcare Executives.
LaWanda’s background includes a certification as a Diversity Professional from Cornell University. She also holds a Masters of Public Administration and a B.A. in Political Science from Michigan State as well as a Masters of Business Administration from St. Leo University.