Ana Gordon, AM, LCSW, OSW-C is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Oncology Social Worker. She received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Chicago, and continues to live and work in Chicago at the University of IL Hospital as Supervisor of Psychosocial Oncology Programs. In her clinical work Ana provides biopsychosocial assessment and navigation support to both survivors and their caregivers, and mental health interventions to improve the ability to cope with cancer. Ana specializes in working with AYA survivors struggling with delayed identity development and Oncofertility concerns, and is also a trained Meaning Centered Psychotherapist for survivors with advanced stage cancers. As her center’s Bone Marrow Transplant Social Worker, she is actively involved in researching the impact of social determinants of health on overall survival rates in low-income survivors of color.