Born and raised in a military household in India, serving our community and being out on rescue missions was a major part of growing up for Gurveen. These experiences impacted her going forward as she realized that working in the public sector brought her a greater satisfaction knowing that she was affecting those in need.
Gurveen’s career has spanned from the private to public sectors, and she most recently served at the Healthcare Talent Acquisition & Retention Lead for Mount Sinai Health System. In this role, she helped a system of 36,000 employees navigate the hiring and credentialing processes to ensure compliance with the standards and regulations of accrediting agencies. She also previously served as the Senior Program Manager of Workforce and Economic Development Programs and Grants for Grant Associates, etc. where she received special recognition from Mayor Bloomberg for successfully launching and managing the Workforce1 expansion center initiative.
One of the community programs that Gurveen has helped administer has been Meals on Wheels. She has also been a mentor of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York,
Gurveen received her Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing and Economics as well as her Master’s of Public Administration from Baruch College.