Global Access to Cancer Care Foundation (GACCF) www.globalaccf.org, the leading global cancer care organization providing oncology education programs in low and middle-income countries (LMICs), announced today that Tonya Steiner, Executive Director of the Global Access to Cancer Care Foundation (GACCF) www.globalaccf.org has been included in the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) 2019 40 Under 40 list.

The 40 Under 40 program is designed to recognize the future leaders within the health care philanthropy community. AHP is honoring these 40 young professionals because they are shaping the future of the health care development industry. Collectively, they are changing the world—one campaign at a time.

“These honorees are part of a select group of health care philanthropy who have demonstrated impressive career achievements, deep community involvement and the potential to be a leader in our profession for years to come,” said Alice Ayres, AHP president & CEO.

Steiner was recognized at the 2019 AHP Annual International Conference on October 23-26, 2019 in Washington, D.C. Recognition events included an invitation-only breakfast and award dinner on Thursday, October 24, during the conference.

As the Executive Director of GACCF, Steiner oversees the operations of the foundation and its professional staff. Prior to joining GACCF, Steiner worked with AdvaMed, the Advanced Medical Technology Association, where she served as Director of Strategic Partnerships overseeing revenue generation and strategy for the organization’s conferences and educational events. In her role there she worked to build lasting relationships with key supporters, identify and recruit new sponsors and funding sources, manage sales and revenue, as well as strategic planning for future growth.

“To be recognized by the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy is a humbling honor and one that reflects the achievements of this industry’s brightest young leaders who are making a major difference in health care development,” said Tonya Steiner, executive director of the Global Access to Cancer Care Foundation. “This recognition also reflects the hard work and dedication of our GACCF staff, volunteers and partners. They are on the front lines providing life-saving cancer treatment education for medical specialists and creating access to radiotherapy treatments throughout the developing world.”

To learn more about the 40 Under 40 program and each of this year’s recipients, visit www.ahp.org/40under40.