The LOFT Community Center’s 35th Anniversary Gala
Maze Health is a proud sponsor of The LOFT LGBT Community Center in White Plains NY. Our staff attended The LOFT’s Resilience Annual Gala on October 13th in celebration of 35 years. The LOFT is a non-profit, community-based organization serving the LGBT community of the Lower Hudson Valley.
Pride Parade in NYC
Maze Health marched in the Pride Parade in NYC on June 24, 2018 to support the LGBT community.
Family Equality Council’s Night at the Pier Gala
Maze Health staff showed their support for LGBTQ families at Family Equality Council’s Night at the Pier gala. The annual event is a celebration of LGBTQ families, and the people and organizations that have made an impact on these families and communities.
Fordham Prep Fundraiser
Nick Cannone, FNP, Associate Medical Director – Maze Men’s Health
Nick joined Fordham Prep for their 21st Annual Golf Outing. The fundraiser helps support the school’s mission of providing education to young men regardless of their financial circumstances.
Certified Menopause Practitioner
Cathleen Kneidl, RPA-C, Assistant Director – Maze Women’s Health
Cathleen earned her certification as a Certified Menopause Practitioner through the North American Menopause Society (NAMS).
Lab Supervisor Earns Master’s Degree
Sunit Khadge, Lab Supervisor – Maze Laboratories
Sunit recently earned his Master’s Degree in Epidemiology from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Colleagues joined him at the Captain Lawrence Brewing Company to celebrate!
Multiple Sclerosis Walk
Maze Health showed their support for the Multiple Sclerosis Society by gathering a team of employees and friends for the Walk MS: Westchester 2017 in Rye Brook, New York.
Wiggle Your Toes Foundation Fundraiser
Paul Nelson, MA, CCMA, Clinical Sexuality Educator (right) and Michael Sargent, MS, Exercise Physiologist (left) – Maze Men’s Health
Paul and Michael attended a charity golf outing for the Wiggle Your Toes foundation, whose mission is to empower those who have lost a limb to move forward, take action and get back to the life they want.