Danielle McGeary was named The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation’s (AAMI) first Vice President of Healthcare Technology Management in 2018. McGeary’s primary role at AAMI is to spread awareness about the Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) field and how essential HTM professionals are to the safe and effective delivery of patient care in healthcare. Her priorities also include bolstering the number of qualified HTM professionals and strengthening—and elevating—the field in general. McGeary holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Connecticut. She is a certified Project Manager and Healthcare Technology Manager, has authored and contributed to numerous articles that have appeared in AAMI’s journal BI&T and the Journal of Clinical Engineering, and has served as president, vice president, and webmaster for the New England Society of Clinical Engineering for over ten years. Prior to working at AAMI, McGeary was the Northeast Clinical Engineering District Manager for Aramark Healthcare Technologies from 2017-2018, Director of Clinical Engineering for the VA Boston and Bedford Healthcare Systems from 2012-2017 and the Equipment Planner and Clinical Engineer for Hartford Healthcare from 2008-2012. McGeary —who grew up in a small town in Massachusetts that boasts the longest named lake in the world, Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg— now resides in Foxboro, Massachusetts, has a one-year-old daughter, and is an avid runner and tennis player.