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What is Possible? Stories from Trailblazing Healthcare Leaders - Shared screen with speaker view
Kaye-Alese Green (she/her)
30:44
Chris - Can you let me know when I should start talking?
Educational Media - Scott
32:04
just under 400
Educational Media - Scott
32:23
That is the registration number
karen antman
34:32
Alicia, Deborah, Marcelle, Loretta, Many thanks for participating. Looking forward to the session. Karen Antman,, MD, Dean, BUSM
Jason Sherer
40:24
WOW! Chills from that intro! How amazing!
holly lindner
40:47
+ 1 Jason!
Adegbemisola Daniyan
40:53
So, so inspired! As a newbie in academia, I have chills seeing what all these amazing ladies have accomplished and the way they have passed it down
Jasmine Brown
40:56
Agreed! You all are truly inspiring! 🙏🏾
Timothy Fitzgerald
40:58
^^Indeed, Dr. Sherer! Brilliant women! ^^
Emma Simmons
01:06:27
Thank you all for doing this panel. You ladies are not just inspiration for the students and those in the pipeline, you are tremendous inspiration for faculty —providing guidance on how to navigate the process and pass it on to others
Nicole Annan
01:06:49
Yes! Feeling so encouraged! Thank you!
Mikhail Higgins
01:07:21
Thank you for your wisdom at this challenging time for many.
Allison Cotton
01:10:57
Amen!!!!
Allison Cotton
01:11:14
It is the clashing of opinions that helps us get to the seed of truth. I love that!
John Polk
01:13:43
WOW!!!
Juan CAE
01:16:18
Thank you for your leadership and for opening paths to leadership roles to include our communities.
Kaye-Alese Green (she/her)
01:24:55
Please begin to submit your questions! Q&A will start soon.
EBONIE WOOLCOCK
01:25:40
No question, simply an observation that this is truly a blessing to be in the same space as these 6 powerful women
Stephanie Heard
01:25:57
I agree, it’s such an honor to attend this panel and hear from these fantastic people!
Suki Tepperberg
01:25:58
same
Andrea Berry
01:28:08
You are all so inspirational, thank you for your insights!
Jason Sherer
01:28:48
Thank you all so much for sharing your experiences. This has truly been motivating. I am a graduate of EMSSP/BUSM and I am so appreciative that the program and school felt It important to have this discussion. When you all were in training did you know that you would seek roles in leadership? Did you seek those roles out intentionally?
Maria Ober
01:29:10
Thank you all for giving so freely of your time to be with us today — thank you for the time you took in preparation for this day. Thank you also for your institution’s assistance in promoting this event. It is valued and appreciated.
Justine Waldman
01:29:51
Just a shout out to Dr. Jackson-William, she was Chief Resident at Highland Hospital when I was a student that rotated there. So great to see her now over 20 years, for just the short time I knew her she was a mentor to me. Thank you so much Justine Waldman jwaldman@reachmed.org
Toya Kelley
01:30:13
I can’t begin to express my gratitude to all of you. Dr. Prothrow-Stith and Dr. Deas you both were so helpful to me and and my journey through medical school with your willingness to let you light shine for other to see. Also your help whenever we asked for our SNMA and other EMSSP outreach. I am personally grateful for everything you all do and stand for. Keep pressing forward, as I am encouraged to press forward as well.
Suzanne Maselli
01:31:04
How did you face the financial challenge of medical school and how would you advise students today, facing significant debt burdens to becoming physicians?
Veronica Cortez
01:31:59
Thank-you, for your time and wisdom! Most of all thank-you for your perseverance.
Dana Carbo-Bryant
01:32:15
These words of wisdom are jewels for those of us who have been out of school and residency for awhile. Thank you all!
Samantha Kaplan
01:32:21
Thank you for sharing so much wisdom. Can you speak to how often you intentionally reflect on your path and goals to assure alignment?
Deborah Prothrow-Stith, M.D.
01:32:22
hey
Claire Grimble
01:32:31
Robert - if you have a question could you put in chat. Thanks
Carson Peters
01:32:36
I am very impressed and inspired by these panelists and the rich conversation. Thank you so much.
Timothy Fitzgerald
01:32:48
BRAVO Dr. Willock!!!
Deborah Prothrow-Stith, M.D.
01:33:45
hi!
Allison Cotton
01:35:08
I must leave as I have clinic starting at 1pm. This has been so inspiring. The wisdom you all have to impart is absolutely priceless to this early career female psychiatrist who is committed to advocacy, diversity, and inclusion.
Allison Cotton
01:35:27
Thank you for sharing your experiences in this space.
Kate Phaneuf
01:37:57
Thank you all for your gifts as teachers and mentors. I am still amazed at how much the experiences I had in medical school still resonate years later. I remember, Dr. Willock, wise words you imparted to us when I was in medical school. Thank you, so much!
Amatul Mahmud
01:40:00
Thank you so much all of you for sharing your inspiring stories and advice! Ms. Willock, my mother also always told me to be my best, no matter what it was I was doing. That drove me to be successful in spite of many disadvantages. I came from Roxbury poor, a 6 grade drop out, on welfare and divorced with 6 kids. Yet I never gave up on the idea of living to my full potential and went back to school in my late 30's, raised my six kids while working and going to college. Consequently, I started off as an RN, earning a Bachelor degree with honors, and ended up going to Wheelock and changing careers as a Special Educator, earning a Masters degree with honors . I am retiring this year. Yes, Ms. Monroe, my mission and courage was to show my mother she was right and to do better for my children. Yes, Ms.Deas, my mother always told me I was representing my people, so go with dignity and purpose.Words are powerful and inspiring as well as motivating.Yes,savor life, never cease learning,be a role model, serv. Thx!
Adegbemisola Daniyan
01:46:50
Will a recording of this panel be available after? So many gems I would love to re-listen to
Maria Ober
01:47:58
Yes, a link to the recording will be available on this website under the listing for today’s event: https://www.bumc.bu.edu/busm/about/rebecca-lee-crumpler-2/the-legacy-of-rebecca-lee-crumpler-what-is-possible/
Adegbemisola Daniyan
01:48:27
Thank you
Maria Ober
01:49:07
You’re very welcome. Thank you for inquiring.
Robert Witzburg
01:49:54
Hi Deborah. great to see you!
Robert Green
01:50:29
This conversation will help the tell our children yes can, with confident, knowing that we can share your experience giving
Robert Witzburg
01:52:26
Deborah, Thanks so much for remembering me. I think I probably learned more from you than you learned from me.
Patricia Williams
02:04:56
Amazing conversation! Wisdom and experience is priceless!!!
karen antman
02:13:18
I keep nodding in recognition of what you are saying.
Tonya Hudson
02:27:27
Thank you EACH of you for an AWESOME panel discussion and sharing your trailblazing journey with us! Shout out to Spelman College, EMSSP and BUSM- would not take anything for my journey and the opportunity to serve and to make a difference in the quality of the lives of others!
Carol Walsh
02:33:20
Thank you so much!
Timothy Fitzgerald
02:33:20
**APPLAUSE**
Suzanne Maselli
02:33:23
TY Kaye Alese!!!
Cassandra Shorter
02:33:24
Each of you have taught me so much, with your journey that you have taken. This not only impact medicine - but life.
Dana Carbo-Bryant
02:33:25
Thank you all!
EBONIE WOOLCOCK
02:34:08
Phenomenal job Kaye-Alese :)
Joshua Sparrow
02:34:24
Thank you from the Brazelton Touchpoint Center at Boston Children’s Hospital
Christina Hernon
02:34:27
That was great; thank you!!!
Adegbemisola Daniyan
02:34:34
This was great! Thank you!
Vonzella Bryant
02:34:40
You are so great, Kaye-Alese!!!
Suzanne Maselli
02:34:41
+I Ebonie