Guzman’s more than two decades of healthcare experience include administrative positions with responsibilities for acute care, interventional and ambulatory services, as well as skilled nursing facility and sub-acute service lines. She currently serves as executive director for transition planning at Healthcare Technical Services, a Westwood-based consulting firm, working with hospitals to assemble and implement project plans and coordinate the logistics of their moves when they are either adding a wing or replacing their facility. Previously she was transition planning director for the UCLA Westwood Replacement Hospital Project – the project that resulted in the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Guzman is an active member of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, having served as president of the Los Angeles Chapter for two years and continuing to serve as a board member focusing on fundraising efforts for nursing scholarships. She is also a clinical faculty preceptor with the school’s Nursing Administration program.