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LUNGevity Foundation Welcomes Leah Fine, MBA, to the Organization

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Leah will spearhead several of LUNGevity’s early lung cancer initiatives, bringing her expertise in oncology early detection, precision medicine, and multidisciplinary care to the role.


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WASHINGTON, DC (May 10, 2023) – LUNGevity Foundation, the nation’s leading lung cancer-focused nonprofit organization, is pleased to welcome Leah Fine, MBA, as the vice president of its soon-to-be-launched Early Lung Cancer Center. LUNGevity takes a holistic approach to accelerate early detection and early disease management through research, public policy, health equity, and lung cancer awareness initiatives. Together, these areas of focus translate to earlier detection, diagnosis, and disease intervention.

“LUNGevity has been investing in research to detect early lung cancer for over 10 years, including a significant partnership with StandUp2Cancer and the American Lung Association, to understand what precipitates a normal cell turning cancerous. Our myriad of other efforts, including public policy and regulatory reform and screening awareness, complement our research strategy to ensure all people have access to scientific advancements so we can transform lung cancer,” shares Andrea Ferris, president and CEO of LUNGevity. “Leah’s extensive experience in program development and patient impact combined with her deep knowledge of lung cancer will expand and enhance our focus on early lung cancer, allowing us to create an even greater impact.”

Leah Fine earned her bachelor of science in biology and journalism from George Washington University and later earned her MBA from the Berkeley Haas School of Business. Leah has a background in nonprofit and for-profit settings, where she gained experience in business development, strategic marketing, and program development and implementation in the healthcare space. These experiences provided insight into oncology early detection, precision medicine, and multidisciplinary care. Leah comes to LUNGevity from GO2 For Lung Cancer, where she oversaw the Center of Excellence Program.

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