Family Practice Residency Program, Years 2 and 3
Family Practice Residency Program, Year 1
B.A. cum laude, Distinction in English
Other Professional Training (Selected):
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Master Practitioner Certification
Bar-On EQi (Emotional Quotient Inventory) Certification
Skillscope and KEYS Certification, Center for Creative Leadership
Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator (PMAI) Certification
Your Coach Certification
Yoga Teacher Certification
Chakra Instruction Certification
Drexler-Sibbet-Forrester Team Performance System
Women's Leadership Collaboration
Power Equity Workshop
Mountaintop Institute Professional Development Program in Cultural Diversity
Faculty, American University (1998-present)
Senior Associate, Otto Kroeger Associates (OKA) (1997-present)
Professional Member, NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science (1994-present)
BOARD DEVELOPMENT: Land Trust - Facilitation of strategic planning session for board and staff. Continued consultation with Executive Director on board development and regional partnering.
COACHING: National Institutes of Health - Leadership coaching of senior and mid-level managers and team leaders.
CONFLICT RESOLUTION: State Department of Labor - Facilitation of conflict resolution and action planning between internal divisions and external agencies.
CONSENSUS FACILITATION: State Department of Human Services - Facilitation of committee representing local, regional, state and Native American government, private agencies, and consumers, to achieve consensus on family support services.
CROSS-CULTURAL CAPACITY-BUILDING: Adult Education Coalition - Design and delivery of training in understanding and meeting the needs of Somali immigrants.
CULTURE CHANGE: Worldwide Foundation - Design and facilitation of team building sessions as part of organization-wide effort to break down silos and become a team-based culture. Co-designer of foundation's team learning website.
CURRICULUM DESIGN: State University - Co-designer and core faculty member of Health Care Management Certificate Program.
DIVERSITY WORK: Not-for-profit Educational Organization - Two-day staff retreat to address internal issues including organizational culture, race and gender diversity, and management structure.
EXECUTIVE CONSULTATION: State Department of Mental Health Services - Consultation with Commissioner and Executive Management Team on internal restructuring, team building, and planning and implementation of state-wide reorganization of services.
LEADERSHIP TRAINING: National Institutes of Health - Co-designed and teach a cohort-based leadership development program for emerging leaders. Program includes experiential learning, coaching, and involvement of supervisors and mentors.
MERGER FACILITATION: Tertiary Allopathic Medical Center and Osteopathic Community Hospital - Design and presentation of training on managing culture change for entire management staffs of both institutions, in preparation for institutional merger.
ORGANIZATIONAL RESTRUCTURING: State Department of Labor - Consultation on organizational restructuring of Information Processing division.
RETREAT FACILITATION: Federal Office of Global Research - Facilitation of retreat focusing on strategic direction and building team capacity.
STRATEGIC PLANNING: Native American Museum - Facilitation of strategic planning retreat for board and staff.
TEAM BUILDING: Symphony Orchestra - Staff development workshop on teamwork using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
TRAINING: State University - Designed and conducted business seminars on managing change, managing conflict, continuous quality improvement, team building, etc.
Business Manager, Mainewoods (International) Dance Camp, Inc. (2002-2005)
Reviewer, Archives of Family Medicine (1993-present)
Reviewer, Family Medicine (1992-present)
Member, Board of Directors, Tri-County Mental Health Services, Lewiston, ME (1990-1994)
Vice President, American Medical Student Association (1977-1978)
Associate Consultant, Maine Center for Educational Services, Lewiston, ME (1991-1996)
Clinical Core Faculty, Maine-Dartmouth Family Practice Residency, Augusta, ME (1984-1989)
Staff Physician, Western Maine Family Practice, Norway, ME (1986-1989)
Medical Director, Bethel Area Health Center, Bethel, ME (1981-1986)
Staff Member, Rural Health Clinic, San Martin Jilotepeque, Guatemala (1977)
Adjunct Associate Professor, American University (1998-2008)
Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Jefferson Medical College (1993-present)
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Community and Family Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School (1983-1992)
Board Certification: American Board of Family Practice 1981, 1987.
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