Chief Executive Officer
Bradley & Parker
Wynne Nowland is the Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer of Bradley & Parker. In addition to her corporate responsibilities, she still continues in her role as point person for many of the firm’s most valuable clients and is key in negotiating terms with the commercial insurance companies with whom Bradley & Parker places its risks.
Ms. Nowland’s major field of expertise is in corporate insurance, particularly sophisticated coverages such as Directors and Officers Liability, Worldwide Insurance Programs, Captive Insurance and Participating Insurance Programs.
Prior to joining Bradley & Parker in 1986, Ms. Nowland was with Alexander & Alexander (Now AON) and the Long Island office of the John C. Weghorn Agency, one of the grand old names of the New York Insurance Industry. An alumnus of Iona College in New Rochelle, Ms. Nowland is a past committee member of The Nature Conservancy and past board member of the Long Island Insurance Community. Having completed her two year term as chairwoman of the board of The American Heart Association, she continues to be an active board member. She is also on the board of The Long Island Software & Technology Network (LISTnet). Her three passions are music, photography and collectible motorcars (including membership in Madison Avenue Sports Car Driving and Chowder Society). She resides in Head of the Harbor, NY.
Peter Fromm, MPH, RN, FACHE, FAHA
Administrator, Cardiology Service Line
Mount Sinai South Nassau
Peter Fromm serves as the Administrator for the Division of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Service Line at Mount Sinai South Nassau in Oceanside, New York. Mount Sinai South Nassau, a 455-bed hospital, is the Long Island flagship hospital of the Mount Sinai Health System. His commitment to the cardiovascular health and wellness of the public extends beyond the walls of Mount Sinai South Nassau through his pro-active volunteer advocacy of the American Heart Association’s (AHA) nation-wide mission and vision. Presently a member of the its National Resuscitation Systems of Care Quality Subcommittee and 2020 Emergency Cardiovascular Care Guidelines Task Force, Peter has previously served the AHA as Chairman of its National Systems of Care Subcommittee and as a member of its National Emergency Cardiovascular Care Committee and Regional Board of Directors. Peter graduated from Rutgers University with degrees in Biology and Philosophy, earned a Nursing degree at The University of The State of New York, and a Master of Public Heath from New York Medical College. He is a Board-Certified Healthcare Executive and Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a Fellow of the American Heart Association.
Beth Oliver, DNP, RN
Senior Vice President of Cardiac Services
Mount Sinai Health System