Amy Mansue Children's Specialized Hospital, President & CEO
Education: Bachelor’s degree in social welfare, University of Alabama; master’s degree in social work, University of Alabama
Job responsibility: Executive
Company description: Health care provider
Primary professional/community affiliations: New Jersey Hospital Association; New Jersey Chamber of Commerce; New Brunswick Development Corp.; Middlesex Water Co.; National Association of Children’s Hospitals; The Arc of New Jersey
Last book: “The Speed of Trust: The One Thing that Changes Everything,” by Stephen M.R. Covey
Who are your most influential role models? My parents. While they are each very different ... they share the same values, and have grown and thrived through 58 years of marriage.
What is your go-to stress buster at work? Walking on the hospital unit and spending time with the babies. To think about all they are trying to fight through clinically makes me realize how small my issues are.
What do you wish someone had told you earlier in your career? To learn how to celebrate when you do well, and forgive yourself when you make mistakes. I always focus on the things I do wrong, and those negative thoughts stay with me. I would tell people to make sure they learn from the bad things that happen but then let it go.
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Amy MansuePresident & CEO
Children's Specialized Hospital