On June 22, 2022, nearly 300 guests joined NEBH President David Passafaro and hospital leadership at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston to celebrate the hospital’s legacy and impact. The evening was a fabulous success, raising close to $700,000, and provided the perfect opportunity to recognize NEBH surgeon and Olympic gold medalist Tenley Albright, MD, with the inaugural President’s Award. Special thanks to our generous gala sponsors listed here.
Working Together at NEBH
We are proud of all we have accomplished—working together.
Together with Tenley Albright, MD
As the first American woman to win the Olympic gold medal in figure skating and the first woman on the surgical staff at NEBH, Tenley was also the first and only person who came to mind when the President’s Award was conceived. We encourage those unfamiliar with this pioneer’s esteemed past to watch the following videos.
Remarks from the Honorable Michael R. Bloomberg
Several special guests helped to recognize Tenley, including Governor Charlie Baker and First Lady Lauren Baker, as well as former Boston Celtics player, coach, and manager M.L. Carr. The Honorable Michael R. Bloomberg shared a special message, calling attention to Tenley’s contributions as a member of the Board of Directors of Bloomberg Philanthropies.
Messages from Friends and Family
Tenley’s family and friends also expressed their admiration for and gratitude to Tenley through heartfelt messages in the below video.
Together with Elin Gardiner Schran
Tenley’s competitive spirit and passion for everything she does is contagious. Her daughter Elin has taken the lead from her mother and enjoys a successful career on the ice. After experiencing severe hip pain, Elin turned to the only place that could get her back to her graceful and competitive style—NEBH.