WALL TOWNSHIP, NJ—Springpoint recently announced that Elena Ladygina, Kristin McCarthy, Yulia Murphy and Anjana Patel have all been appointed to the Springpoint board of trustees. They will begin serving the first of their two four-year terms this month. The Springpoint governance structure provides strategic direction to the organization and fiduciary oversight of its operations.
These four individuals bring a wide range of knowledge and expertise to Springpoint’s board of trustees:
Elena Ladygina, CFP, is an accomplished wealth advisor and director of investment strategies at Withum Wealth Management, where she helps implement investment and financial planning strategies for high net worth individuals. Ladygina, who currently resides with her family in Rumson, NJ, received her Bachelor of Science in business from Wake Forest University and is involved in several local charity organizations.
Kristin McCarthy is the program director of health care management and administration at Rider University, along with her active roles as assistant professor and research consultant. She also serves as a liaison to community organizations and businesses throughout Central New Jersey, and is a member of Trenton Health Team key stakeholders and Mercer County Food System stakeholders. McCarthy received a Bachelor of Arts in international studies and political science from Dickinson College, a Master of Public Health from Hunter College and a Doctor of Public Health from Columbia University.
Yulia Murphy, senior vice president of health care banking at KeyBank, focuses on expanding commercial health care coverage in the Hudson Valley/Metro New York market. Murphy has over 16 years of commercial banking experience in various credit and business development roles. She graduated from the University of Missouri Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts in finance and economics, and received her Master of Business Administration in finance and strategy from New York University Stern School of Business. Murphy is an active member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA).
Anjana Patel, attorney at Epstein Becker Green, leverages more than two decades of legal experience to advise health care individuals and businesses nationwide on health care transactions and health regulatory compliance issues. Best Lawyers in America named her Lawyer of the Year for health care law in 2021. Patel received her Bachelor of Science from Rutgers University and Juris Doctor from the University of Texas School of Law and is involved in several professional associations, including the New Jersey State Bar Association (health and hospital law section) and American Bar Association (health law forum).
The entire Springpoint community looks forward to the contributions of these newly-appointed board trustees.