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Morgan Resnick-Kahle, Assistant Director of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development, has been appointed to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Group on Faculty Affairs (GFA) Communications Committee for the 2020-21 year.

As Assistant Director of the Office of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development at the UNC School of Medicine, Morgan plays a major role in organizing and coordinating the office’s communication efforts. She currently manages many of the office’s methods of communication, including the office’s presence in Vital Signs and programming marketing. She developed the office’s communication strategy and led the efforts to enhance the websites for both the office and for the Academy of Educators. Most notably, Morgan worked collaboratively with Lauren Westervelt, Director for Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development, to create the office’s inaugural annual report last year, and now currently leads annual report efforts.

Morgan’s first order of business on the GFA Communications Committee is to create a compendium of accepted proposals for GFA’s Annual Meeting that was cancelled due to COVID-19. The compendium will give faculty and staff the opportunity to receive academic credit for the work they put into their proposals. Morgan is also looking forward to assisting with other communication efforts for the GFA, including the monthly Twitter chats and the newsletter.

Join us in congratulating Morgan on her appointment!

The AAMC Group on Faculty Affairs sustains faculty vitality in medical schools and teaching hospitals by supporting faculty affairs deans and administrators as they develop and implement institutional policies and professional development activities.

The Communications Committee is responsible for disseminating information and news among members of the GFA and to the AAMC. The committee develops the GFA Faculty Matters Newsletter, facilitates Twitter Chats, and hosts virtual townhalls to engage GFA membership.