The School of Medicine Office for Faculty Development has announced the next class in its ALICE program, a leadership development opportunity for mid-career women faculty in the School of Medicine.
The ALICE Program – Academic Leadership, Innovation, and Collaborative Engagement – will provide in-depth opportunities for leadership skill development, personal reflection and goal setting, peer-mentoring, and structured 360 feedback. The program aims to address the widely recognized gap in the number of women in senior leadership positions in academic medicine by providing a tailored leadership development opportunity for women.
Participants from the Department of Medicine are:
- Lisa Criscione-Schreiber, MD, MEd, associate professor of medicine (Rheumatology and Immunology)
- Lori Orlando, MD, associate professor of medicine (General Internal Medicine)
- Jennifer Perkins, MD, MBA, associate professor of medicine (Endocrinology, Metabolism and Nutrition)
- Karen Steinhauser, PhD, associate professor of medicine (General Internal Medicine)
- Hope Uronis, MD, associate professor of medicine (Medical Oncology)
- Cary Ward, MD, associate professor of medicine (Cardiology)
- Daniella Zipkin, MD, associate professor of medicine (General Internal Medicine)
This year-long program will include a combination of full-day, half-day, and 1-2-hour sessions. Content will focus on personal leadership skills designed to help individuals gain greater self-awareness, management, and communication skills needed to deftly navigate leadership in academic medicine. Learn more.