The Association of Multicultural Members of Partners (AMMP) is a volunteer organization of employees from Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Mass General Brigham HealthCare System and its entities, who are dedicated to achieving a common goal. These are our board members.
Nancy Kingori, MSM
Nancy has been an AMMP member for over 10 years and has been with Mass General for 13 years. Currently, Nancy works as the administrative manager in the Endocrine Division/Department of Medicine where she oversees the financial administration and management of pre- and post-award research activities for the Diabetes Research Center and the Endocrine Unit. In the life cycle of a grant, Nancy collaborates with the administrative leadership within the departments and the Research Management team and provides recommendations for the resolution of all financial and administrative issues. Nancy holds a master’s degree in research management from Emmanuel College and a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Salem State University.
Fun Fact: In her free time, Nancy enjoys the outdoors, travelling, sampling authentic restaurants, cooking and reading. She lives in Boston with her husband and three daughters.
Latoya P. Brewster, MBA
AMMP Vice Chair
Latoya Brewster, MBA, is the assistant director of the Environmental Services Department. In her current capacity, Latoya leads the department’s efforts to maintain a clean and sanitized environment throughout the Mass General community. Latoya has a passion for helping people and enjoys supporting Mass General initiatives such as the Timilty Middle School Science Fair Mentoring program, the YMCA Achievers program and the Summer Jobs for Youth program. Latoya received her master’s degree in health care administration from Simmons University and her bachelor’s degree in hotel, restaurant and travel administration from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Fun Fact: In her free time, Latoya enjoys attending live music events with her family and exploring different restaurants in the area.
AMMP Public Relations Chair
AMMP Membership Chair
Lisa Leung-Tat began her tenure at Mass General in November of 2012. After years in varying accounting roles, she sought out a career that would be more meaningful to her while offering a sense of fulfillment. That was immediately realized when she was hired as a patient service coordinator (PSC) II of a busy oncology unit in the Adult Infusion Unit of the Cancer Center. While there, Lisa discovered the value of patient-staff interaction and how that helped to ultimately shape a patient's visit and overall experience for those going through a challenging period.
One year later, Lisa was promoted to administrative/environmental operations manager of the very unit she started in. In this role, she is the manager of the unit service associate (USA) and patient service coordinator staff and oversees the daily operations of the Infusion Unit on Yawkey 8E. Within the past five years, her role has expanded to include management of phlebotomist and medical assistants in four additional practices within the Cancer Center.
Lisa holds a BA in psychology with a minor in cognitive science and a graduate certificate in health care management, both from UMass Boston. She is also a 200-hour trauma-informed yoga instructor and is currently pursuing advanced credentialing as a 300-hour teacher. Lisa was also a recipient of our AMMP scholarship in 2018 and 2019.
Lisa’s leadership style is grounded in uplifting and empowering staff, which she achieves by collaboratively working with others to intentionally bring about change and facilitate well-being within the work environment. She continues to explore the broad landscape within the Mass General community and eagerly welcomes this new chapter as an AMMP Membership Chair. She is proud and honored to be a part of this important work and prestigious organization.
AMMP Finance Chair
Mustapha began his Mass General career in 2001. He is currently the hospital’s parking operations manager. Previous to that, he rose through the ranks of the Police, Security and Outside Services Department, which includes parking, receiving five promotions while serving in several different roles. Mustapha received a bachelor’s degree in economics in his home country of Morocco. He is passionate about technology and received an associate in science degree in network technology and administration option from Bunker Hill Community College in 2019, and he is currently enrolled at Northeastern University, pursuing a bachelor of science degree in information technology. Mustapha lives in Canton with his wife and two sons. He has been a member of AMMP since 2017.
Daniel McCarthy, BS
AMMP Scholarship Chair
Dan began his Mass General career in 2002 as a police and security officer in the Charlestown Navy Yard. He was later promoted to a lead officer before transferring to the Mass General Parking Department and being promoted again to the position of Charles River Plaza Site Supervisor. In 2017, Dan earned the Certified Parking Professional accreditation from the National Parking Association. Dan obtained a bachelor’s degree in management from Eastern Nazarene College and lives in Melrose with his wife, Kimberly. He has been a member of AMMP since 2016 and serves on the Scholarship Committee.
Fun Fact: Dan was vice president of the West Medford chapter of the NAACP in the 1980s and attended the NAACP National Convention held in Boston in October of 1983.
AMMP Administration Chair
Joyce has been with Mass General for 17 years and a member of AMMP for 12 years. Currently Joyce is the Manager of the Information Desks. The information desks checks in an average of 3,500 patients and visitors per day. Joyce is a graduate of Fisher College, where she earned a BS in health care management.
Fun Facts: Joyce loves horseback riding, and has a dog, a cat and two bunnies.
AMMP Nomination Chair
Emmanuela Menard, workforce diversity & recruitment specialist in Human Resources, has been employed at Mass General for 15 years. Prior to joining the Human Resources team, Emmanuela worked in the chemistry lab as a medical technologist. In her current role, she supports the Mass General recruiters in diversity recruitment efforts and is very involved in employee career/professional development and engagement. Emmanuela is passionate about her work at Mass General—she enjoys presenting initiatives she is working/collaborating on in various departments and enjoys being involved in other employee resource groups.
Fun Fact: Emmanuela enjoys flying and takes long weekend opportunities to fly away!