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šŸ”Ž ABOUTThe final episode of Season 5 featuresĀ John A. Rich, MD, MPH,Ā Director of the RUSH BMO Institute for Health Equity (RBHIE) at RUSH University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. The mission of RBHIE is to build, evaluate and sustain scalable approaches to improving health and eliminating health inequities. Dr. Richā€™s work focuses on issues of urban violence, trauma, and health inequities, particularly as they affect the health of men of color. In 2006, Dr. Rich was awarded a MacArthur ā€œGeniusā€ Fellowship in recognition of his work to design ā€œnew models of health care that stretch across the boundaries of public health, education, social service, and justice systems to engage young men in caring for themselves and their peers.ā€šŸ”” Follow Dr. Rich on Twitter @JArmandRich.šŸ”–Ā  TIMESTAMPSIntro (00:31) | Quote (01:40) | Perspective from disparities to equity (04:24) | Career journey (11:24) | Partnership criteria (15:50) | Career journey continued (17:50) | Self-care (23:07) | Key challenges for current leaders (27:21) |Ā  Book recommendations (29:41) | Reading or listening to now (30:43) | Good vs. Great leaders (32:08) | Advice for younger self (34:28)This episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
šŸ”Ž ABOUTCheryl Rucker Whitaker, MD, MPH is an accomplished physician executive and transformational entrepreneur practiced in managing in matrixed and complex environments. Her work has been at the intersection of academia, industry, government, and non-profit sector to grow companies at the intersection of growth for impact. She is the founder of Complete Care Management Partners LLC, providing Medicaid focused urban based delegate care management services to Fortune 100 payers. She was a Co-Founder of NextLevel Health Partners, Inc., the only African-American owned medicaid managed company in the country.Ā šŸ”” Follow Dr. Rucker-Whitaker on Twitter @DrWhitaker.šŸ”– TIMESTAMPSIntro (00:30) | Quote (03:33) | Journey - NextLevel (04:26) | Journey - up to now (10:42) | Healthcare future and current key challenges (18:59) | Success / failure (23:29) | Sources of Inspiration (29:41 ) | Self-care (32:18) | Leadership book recommendation (34:37) | Reading or listening to now (35:34) | Good vs. Great leaders (36:28) | Advice for younger self (37:35)This episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
šŸ”Ž ABOUTCharles Mouton, MD, MS, MBA is currently serving as interim President at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He has been executive vice President and Provost and Dean of the John Sealy School of Medicine, and professor in the Department of Family MedicineĀ  at the University of Texas Medical Branch. Dr. Mouton previously served UTMB as Vice Dean for Academic Affairs in the School of Medicine. He joined UTMB in 2017, coming from Meharry, where he was Senior Vice President for Health Affair and its Dean of the School of Medicine. Dr. Moutonā€™s primary research interests are in womenā€™s health, health disparities, late life domestic violence, and aging. He was a co-investigator for the Womenā€™s Health Initiative, the first study to investigate health in a large sampling of women across the United States to determine how diet, hormone therapy, and calcium and vitamin D might prevent heart disease, cancer, and bone fracturesā€œExcellence of performance will transcend artificial barriers created by man.ā€ -Dr. Charles DrewĀ šŸ”” Follow Dr. Mouton on Twitter @cmoutonmd.šŸ”–Ā  TIMESTAMPSIntro | Quotes | Leadership programs | Sources of inspiration | Self-careĀ  | Book recommendationsĀ  | Reading or listening to nowĀ  | Good vs. Great leadersĀ  | Advice for younger self This episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
šŸ”Ž ABOUTAdaora A. Adimora, MD, MPH, FIDSA, is a Sarah Graham Kenan Distinguished Professor of Medicine at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and professor of epidemiology at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. She is a physician epidemiologist with more than 25 years of clinical experience in the treatment of patients with HIV disease. She has dedicated her career to investigating the epidemiology of HIV and STIs.šŸ”” Follow Dr. Adimora on Twitter @AdaAdimorašŸ”–Ā  TIMESTAMPSIntro (00:23) | Quote and journey (02:30) | Moral courage (03:37) | Career (05:26) | Mentorship (12:35) | 80s influence in policy and career (15:10) | Current key challenges (21:57) | Juggling commitments and making choices (25:35) | Self-care (28:57) | Book recommendations (30:14) | Reading or listening to now (31:31) | Good vs. Great leaders (32:27) | Advice for younger self (33:51)This episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
ABOUTThis season's toolbox episode features Vivette Jeffries-Logan, one of the founding partners of Biwa Consulting and Emergent Equity. Biwa focuses on leadership, organizational, and equity development working with nonprofits, foundations, community organizations as well coaching thought partnership with individual leaders. In this episode, our guest discusses frameworks used by Biwa including personal/self inventory, worldview, the fallacy of objectivity, and guiding principles of relationship, responsibility, reciprocity, and redistribution. Vivette Jeffries-Logan is a citizen of the Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation (OBSN). She is a mother, Certified Executive Chef, mentor, teacher, leader, and advocate. TIMESTAMPS: Intro (00:00) | Tell us about yourself (00:56) | About clients (02:49) | Personal inventory (05:13) | Worldview (09:54) | Four elements: counter narrative to power and profit (11:51) | Objectivity (18:26) | Indigenous leadership perspective (21:52) | Other examples of supporting leaders (27:33) RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS TOOLBOX EPISODETheory of Change: https://www.biwa-emergentequity.com/theory-of-changeGuiding Principles: https://www.biwa-emergentequity.com/guiding-principlesForbes article mentioned by Giselle Corbie: https://www.forbes.com/sites/danabrownlee/2022/10/21/black-women-leaders-are-more-ambitious-but-less-supported-at-work-mckinsey-and-lean-in-study-finds/?sh=644799776e48CONTACTVivette Jeffries-Logan: vivette@biwa-emergentequity.comĀ Biwa Consulting and Emergent Equity and their services: https://www.biwa-emergentequity.com/This episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
šŸ”Ž ABOUTMarshall Chin, MD, MPH is the Richard Parrillo Family Distinguished Service Professor of Healthcare Ethics at the University of Chicago. Marshall is a practicing general internist and health services researcher who hasĀ  dedicated his entire career to advancing health equity through interventions at multiple levels: individual, organizational, community and policy levels.šŸ”” Follow Dr. Marshall Chin on Twitter: @MarshallChinMD.šŸ”–Ā Ā TIMESTAMPS: Intro (00:24) | Quote (01:47) | Career Journey (03:24) | Health Equity Work (04:29) | Work discrimination and bias (07:08) | Current times and opportunities (10:52) | Personal costs (14:09) | Key challenges leaders are facing now (18:23) | Deciding on opportunities (20:35) | Personal challenges and crises (23:33) | Self Care (27:46) |Ā  Book recommendations (32:09) | Current reads and listens (35:05) | Good vs. Great Leaders (36:57) | Advice to younger self (38:35)This episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
šŸ”Ž ABOUT Sherita Golden, MD, MHS is the Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer for Johns Hopkins Medicine. She is also a Professor of Medicine. Dr. Golden's research has used the tools of epidemiology and health services research to identify biologic and system contributors to disparities in type two diabetes and its outcomes.šŸ”” Follow Dr. Sherita Golden on Twitter: @GoldenSheritaThis episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
šŸ”Ž ABOUTSeason 5's kick off episode features Keith Churchwell, MD, President of Yale New Haven Hospital and Executive Vice President of Yale New Haven Health System. He is also an associate clinical professor of medicine at the Yale School of Medicine.šŸ”” Follow Dr. Keith Churchwell on Twitter: @KChurchwellMDThis episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Season 5 Trailer

Season 5 Trailer

2022-11-2101:22

Check out Season 5 of A Different Kind of Leader Tuesday, November 22, 2022. This new season features new eight guest leaders and another set of skills for your leadership toolbox.This season is hosted by Giselle Corbie and is produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Dr. Jasjit Ahluwalia is a physician and public health scientist at Brown Universityā€™s Schools of Public Health and Medicine. He has been in academic medicine since 1992 and has been a practicing physician, faculty member, department chair, Associate Dean and Center Director in medical schools, and a School of Public Health Dean. His primary research areas are health disparities and smoking cessation and nicotine addiction in African-American smokers. He has been continuously funded by NIH for 25 years,having been the principal investigator or co-investigator of more than $100 million in grants and has published 350 manuscripts. Ahluwalia has served on the U.S. governmentā€™s National Advisory Council on Minority Health and Health Disparities, on the Board of Directors of five national scientific organizations, and is currently appointed to the federal governmentā€™s Interagency Committee on Smoking and Health chaired by the US Surgeon General.Ā Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Dr. Amelie Ramirez is Director of the Institute for Health Promotion Research, Chair of the Department of Population Health Sciences, and Associate Director of Cancer Outreach and Engagement at the Mayes Cancer Center at the University of Texas at San Antonio.The institute that Dr. Ramirez leads is the headquarters for Salud America!, a national program that uses innovative evidence-based research and communications to educate and activate an online network of more than 300,000 advocates to promote healthy change in equity for Latino and all families.Ā  Dr. Ramirez has also personally trained and mentored over 300 Latino undergraduate pre-and post-doctoral students.Ā  Her recognitions include a 2007 election to the National Academy of Medicine, a 2011 White House Champion of Change, the Everett M. Rogers Public Health Communication Award from the American Public Health Association, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society of Behavioral Medicine.She's also on the San Antonio Mayor's Fitness Council as President of the Academy of Medicine, Engineering, and Sciences of Texas.Ā Follow Salud America on Twitter: @SaludAmericaĀ Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Angela Bryant, JD is the Assistant Secretary for Equity and Inclusion with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Angela served in the NC General Assembly representing Halifax, Vance, Warren, and parts of Wilson and Nash Counties from 2013 to 2018. In addition to serving as an elected official, she has dedicated her career to supporting a broad range of organizations in creating welcoming and successful environments for all cultural groups. She co-founded Visions, Inc. ā€“ a non-profit educational organization that has provided diversity and inclusion services to over 100,000 individuals and 600 organizations, including health care organizations and staff -- with the mission to empower the creation of environments where diļ¬€erences are recognized, understood, and appreciated. In this episode,Ā  Angela discusses the fundamental skill of a leader on withholding judgement or anger with those who have a different opinion than you.Follow Angela on Twitter: @angelarebCheck out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Dr. Eliseo J. PĆ©rez-Stable is Director of the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). He oversees NIMHDā€™s annual budget to advance the science of minority health and health disparities research. NIMHD conducts and supports research programs to advance knowledge and understanding of health disparities, identify mechanisms to improve minority health and reduce health disparities, and develop effective interventions to reduce health disparities in community and clinical settings.Ā  In this episode, Dr. Perez-Stable discusses the importance of effective communication skills needed to be an impactful leader.Follow NIMHDĀ  on Twitter: @NIMHDCheck out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Dr. Debra J. Barksdale is Dean and Professor of the School of Nursing at UNC Greensboro. Dr. Barksdale is an RWJF Executive Nurse Fellow alumna and served as the only nurse appointed to the Patient-Centered Outcomes Board of Governors (PCORI) for 8 years, a past president of the National Association of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, an AACN-Wharton Executive Leadership Fellow, and a former DHHS Primary Health Care Policy Fellow and a Translational Research Fellow at the L. Douglas School of Government at VCU. She currently serves as the National League for Nursing representative to the Diversifying the Nursing Workforce Initiative which is coordinated by AARP. Dr. Barksdale recently completed her second term as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Nursing where she also served as the board liaison to the Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity Committee and several expert panels. She holds degrees from the University of Virginia (BSN), Howard University (MSN-FNP), University of Michigan (PhD), and a post-masterā€™s certificate in teaching (University of Pennsylvania). She is a recognized leader in the area of advanced practice nursing education and in equity, diversity, and inclusion. In this episode, Dr. Barksdale shares her advice on leadership and learning from mistakes.Book recommendation: Subtract: The Untapped Science of LessCheck out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith is Associate Dean for Health Equity Research; C.N.H Long Professor of Medicine, Public Health, and Management; and Founding Director of the Equity Research and Innovation Center (ERIC) in the Office for Health Equity Research at Yale School of Medicine. SheĀ  currently serves as Senior Advisor to the White House COVID-19 Response Team and Chair of the Presidential COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force at the Department of Health and Human Services. Previously, she served as co-chair of the Biden-Harris Transition COVID-19 Advisory Board and community committee chair for the ReOpen Connecticut Advisory Group on behalf of Connecticut Governor Lamont. In this episode, Dr. Nunez-Smith discusses the key themes of setting boundaries, minority health, and setting the tone as a leader.Follow Dr. Nunez-Smith on social media: @DrNunezSmith (Twitter)@DrNunezSmith46 (Twitter)Book recommendations: Caste: The Origins of our DiscontentsThe Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How we Can Prosper TogetherCheck out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Dr. Joseph Keaweā€˜aimoku Kaholokula is a Professor and Chair of Native Hawaiian Health in the John A. Burns School of Medicine at the University of HawaiŹ»i at Mānoa and a licensed clinical psychologist. As a Native Hawaiian, he is passionate about improving the health of Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders and has made a life-long commitment to improving their social and cultural determinants of health. He has led multiple, federally-funded research projects aimed at explaining, preventing, or treating cardiometabolic-related medical conditions in Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders to achieve health equity. With colleagues, he has developed national and international research training programs to support Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and other science-underrepresented students, post-doctoral fellows, and junior faculty in pursuing a health science research career. In this episode, Dr. Kaholokula reflects on how the discrimination against native Hawaiians led to his academic and medical journey.Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Emily Wang, MD, MAS is a Professor in the Yale School of Medicine and Public Health and directs the new SEICHE Center for Health and Justice. The SEICHE Center is a collaboration between the Yale School of Medicine and Yale Law School working to stimulate community transformation by identifying the legal, policy, and practice levers that can improve the health of individuals and communities impacted by mass incarceration. She leads the Health Justice Lab research program, which receives National Institutes of Health funding to investigate how incarceration influences chronic health conditions, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and opioid use disorder, and uses a participatory approach to study interventions which mitigate the impacts of incarceration. In this episode, Dr. Wang discusses her journey to working with incarcerated populations, and how global conceptualizations of incarceration compare to those in the United States. Additionally, she sheds light on current issues in the criminal justice system during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Wang discusses her current work, where her team collaborates with community health workers with a history of incarceration. She conveys the importance of engaging these stakeholders in public health work, as they are vital to community revitalization. Twitter: @ewang422Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Brian Smedley, PhD is chief of Psychology in the Public Interest, where he leads APAā€™s efforts to apply the science and practice of psychology to the fundamental problems of human welfare and social justice. In this episode, Dr. Smedley discusses how work in social justice has been instrumental in addressing the challenges of current events (e.g., COVID-19, racial inequality, etc.). He illustrates how much this body of work has grown since the late 90s, when issues of racial justice and health inequities were viewed with skepticism in academic and healthcare settings. Dr. Smedley also discusses the leaders who played an impactful role in his career, from scholars in medicine, psychology, public health, and other fields. He shares that "leadership really boils down to relationships...the best leaders are those who focus on those relationships." Additionally, he asserts that everyone has the potential to be a leader, but that it is important to have integrity about one's work, life, and level of commitment. Twitter: @BrianDSmedleyPublication: Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health CareCheck out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Chandra L. Ford, PhD, MPH, MLIS is Professor of Community Health Sciences and Founding Director of the Center for the Study of Racism, Social Justice and Health in the Fielding School of Public Health at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). Her work offers conceptual and methodological tools for studying racism as a public health problem. In this episode, Dr. Ford describes how her career journey pivoted unexpectedly as a result of her experiences as an undergraduate student. Issues of interpersonal and institutional racism compelled her to switch focus from nutrition to racism, with particular attention to gender and intersectionality. She discusses her current work in these arenas, and the challenges related to conducting her research in academic settings. Dr. Ford emphasizes the importance of understanding how racism shapes the kinds of questions we ask, the kinds of work we do, and the places where we lend our support. She shares how she addresses issues of racism and inequity, not only in her scholarly work, but as a mentor. Twitter: @DrChandraFordBook Recommendation: Racism: Science & Tools for the Public Health ProfessionalCheck out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
Carlos del Rio, MD is a Distinguished Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Emory University School of Medicine and Executive Associate Dean for Emory at Grady. He is also Professor of Global Health and Professor of Epidemiology at the Rollins School of Public Health. He is co-Director of the Emory Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) and co-PI of the Emory-CDC HIV Clinical Trials Unit and the Emory Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Unit. In this episode, Dr. del Rio discusses his journey to working in global public health, which began in his work tackling the HIV epidemic. Dr. del Rio also shares the importance of taking a global health approach in local settings, parallels between the HIV epidemic and COVID-19, the leadership challenges during the current pandemic, and how they are exacerbated by polarized political views. He discusses the prevailing health inequities that, despite extensive conversation, remain under-addressed in medicine and public health. Additionally, Dr. del Rio discusses the role of mentors in his own leadership journey, and the importance of having mentors throughout one's career. Twitter: @CarlosdelRio7Book Recommendation: On LeadershipCheck out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.šŸ“Œ Stay updated by following us on... Twitter: @DKLeadership Facebook: @DifferentKindofLeader Instagram: @differentkindofleader Contact us here: https://www.differentkindofleader.com/contact or at šŸ“§differentkindofleader@gmail.com
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