Mandi Pratt-Chapman, MA, is director of the George Washington University (GW) Cancer Institute, responsible for strategically planning and implementing health promotion programs across the cancer continuum through research, education, advocacy and translation of evidence to practice. The institute contributes to a cancer-free world and health care that is patient-centered, accessible and equitable. Mandi is co-PI for the PCORI-funded Evaluating Cancer Survivorship Care Models project and PI for the PCORI-funded Oncology Community of Practice project to improve dissemination and implementation of patient-centered cancer care research through broad stakeholder engagement. In addition, Mandi is PI of the CDC-funded-Enhancing Implementation of Comprehensive Cancer Control Activities and co-PI for the National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center. She and her team developed the first national, consensus-based core competencies for oncology patient navigators and a free, online training to standardize navigation competencies nation-wide. Her current research will create a value-based evaluation tool to support navigation sustainability.