ASTRO restructures staff, names four new VPs

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The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) has restructured into four new divisions, and has promoted four individuals to serve as vice presidents.

According to ASTRO, the new divisions—advocacy and clinical affairs; member relations and communications; education; and finance and administration—will be led by:
•    Emily Wilson, vice president of advocacy and clinical affairs, who will oversee the organization's strategic efforts in health policy, research, government relations and quality;
•    Anna Arnone, vice president of member relations and communications, who will manage ASTRO's communications, marketing, corporate relations and membership efforts;
•    Lynn Brown, vice president of education, who will be responsible for all education and meetings functions; and
•    Terry Karras, vice president of finance and administration, who will oversee IT, accounting, finance and administration.