Zachary Almer is the manager of resource alignment and integration at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. In this role, he collaborates with hospital administrators and clinicians to lead strategic initiatives centered around space, critical resources and capital planning. Mr. Almer began his career at MSKCC as a physician office assistant. He then served as a project coordinator before spending more than three years as manager of the Surgical Education and Training Office. In that role, he oversaw five staff members who coordinated all academic activities for more than 450 fellows, residents and medical students. He transitioned to his current role in 2021. Mr. Almer holds a Master of Public Administration degree from Baruch College and a Bachelor of Science degree in business management from the University of Delaware. He has served as a panelist for Healthcare Leaders of New York and for the Greater New York Hospital Association. In 2019, Mr. Almer published a practitioner application review essay in the fall edition of ACHE’s Journal of Healthcare Management. He has served HLNY in multiple leadership roles over the past couple of years and looks forward to contributing to the organization in the future.