The ACCLAIM leadership development program, housed within the UNC School of Medicine’s Office of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development, graduates 12 faculty this year.
The Office of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development would like to congratulate the 2020-21 cohort of ACCLAIM graduates.
Antonio Amelio, PhD – Oral and Craniofacial Health Sciences
Melissa Bauserman, MD, MPH – Pediatrics
Kristy Borawski, MD – Urology
Lindsay Chase, MD – Pediatrics
Donna Culton, MD, PhD – Dermatology
Irena Dujmovic-Basuroski, MD – Neurology
Matthew Egberg, MD, MPH, MMSc – Medicine
Daniel Park, MD, MBA – Emergency Medicine
Carolyn Quinsey, MD – Neurosurgery
Hannah Siburt, Aud, PhD – Allied Health Sciences
Brian Thorp, MD, FACS, FARS – Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery
Angela Wabulya, MBChB – Neurology
What is ACCLAIM?
ACCLAIM is a leadership development program for early- to mid-career faculty in the School of Medicine, with an emphasis on those underrepresented in medicine.
The ACCLAIM program includes:
- Skills-based leadership development training
- Mentoring toward promotion and tenure (if applicable)
- Academic career counseling
- The opportunity to network with colleagues from across the institution
- An intensive three-day retreat focusing on personal leadership
- A year-long mentored passion project
Faculty from each of the School of Medicine’s 29 departments have participated in the program since its inception 8 years ago.
If you are interested in participating in the program, please alert your department chair. Contact Dr. Amelia F. Drake (email@example.com) or the Office of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.