Children’s Specialized Hospital is proud to announce the recent induction of Amy Mansue, president and chief executive officer, Children’s Specialized Hospital and resident of Hightstown into the 2013 New Jersey Women’s Hall of Fame presented by YWCA in Trenton.
New Jersey Women’s Hall of Fame inductees are women who have made invaluable contributions to their career fields, and have exemplified the YWCA’s goal of eradicating racism and empowering women to better the lives of those living in their community.
Ms. Mansue’s induction into the New Jersey Women’s Hall of Fame is a reflection of the accomplishments she has achieved throughout her career. Since 2003, she has been responsible for the operations and management of Children’s Specialized Hospital, the largest provider of pediatric rehabilitation services in the country. Previously, she served as deputy chief of staff for former New Jersey Governors Jim Florio and James McGreevey. In 1993, Ms. Mansue oversaw programs for children, people with developmental disabilities, and Medicaid as deputy commissioner in the New Jersey Department of Human Services. Ms. Mansue also served as vice president of Cablevision, senior vice president of strategic development for the Health Insurance Plan of New York, and president of the Health Insurance Plan of New Jersey.
“Amy's excellent leadership at Children's Specialized Hospital is invaluable to the success of our mission and health of our patients. Amy has spent her career growing professionals and community advocates,” said Robin Walton, director of Community and Government Affairs at Thomas Edison State College and chairwoman of the board of trustees of Children’s Specialized Hospital. “She continues to inspire others by her example of empowering women to succeed, and children and their families. Children’s Specialized congratulates Amy on her well deserved recognition by YWCA of Trenton.”
Ms. Mansue has also been selected as one of the 100 most powerful people in New Jersey business by NJBiz, and one of the top 40 executives under the age of 40 by Modern Healthcare. Ms. Mansue has also been formally recognized by numerous non-profit organizations for her work on health care reform and for helping improve the lives of people with disabilities.
The Class of 2013 of the New Jersey Women’s Hall of Fame was inducted on March 21, at The Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village in Princeton. Honoraries also include Lisa P. Jackson, former administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency; General Becky Halstead of the United States Army and first female commanding general in Iraq; Eleanor V. Horne, community activist and former vice president of ETS; June Ballinger, executive director of the Passage Theatre Company; Dr. Gloria Santiago, Board of governors member and professor at Rutgers University and given posthumously, Mary G. Roebling, chairwoman of National State Bank.