"Diversity Enhancement in Medicine: More than a Good Idea - A Life and Death Imperative"
Quinn Capers IV, MD, FACCAssociate Dean for AdmissionsOhio State University College of MedicineWhen: Noon-1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019Where: R-153 - Lower AmphitheaterLunch served on first-come, first-serve basis
Dr. Quinn Capers IV is an interventional cardiologist, medical educator, and associate dean for admissions at Ohio State University College of Medicine. His physician peers have voted him one of America’s “Best Doctors” annually from 2009 to 2017.
Serving as associate dean for admissions in the College of Medicine since 2009, Dr. Capers has led the admissions team to achieve the following: 1) A 44% increase in total applications; 2) an increase in women matriculates such that women have outnumbered men in the last four entering classes; 3) an increase in the percentage of underrepresented minority (URM) students in the entering class from 13% to 26%; and 4) an increase in the average MCAT score of the entering class to the 94th percentile. He has published several articles on interventional cardiology procedures, healthcare disparities, and diversity enhancement in medicine. His latest study is the first to document the presence and extent of unconscious racial bias in medical school admissions.
Dr. Capers graduated with honors from Howard University before obtaining his MD from Ohio State University. He completed his residency in internal medicine and fellowships in vascular biology research, cardiovascular medicine, and interventional cardiology all at Emory University in Atlanta.
Stacey D. Stewart joined March of Dimes as its fifth president on Jan. 1, 2017. In this role, Stewart promotes a global strategy around the organization’s mission to fight for the health of all moms and babies. She is responsible for leading all aspects of the organization’s strategy, vision and operations.Stewart comes to March of Dimes from United Way Worldwide, where she held several positions, most recently serving as U.S. President. At United Way, she provided strategic direction in driving community impact, revenue and enhancing the organization’s brand. Prior to becoming president, Stewart served as executive vice president, Community Impact Leadership and Learning at United Way.A business veteran, Stewart also has held a number of senior roles, including chief diversity officer and senior vice president for the Office of Community and Charitable Giving at Fannie Mae, as well as president and chief executive officer for the Fannie Mae Foundation. Stewart has a master's of business administration in finance from the University of Michigan and a bachelor of arts in economics from Georgetown University. She also holds honorary degrees from Trinity University, Morgan State University, Texas Southern University, Lincoln University and Alabama A&M University. She currently serves on several boards nationally and in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area.Stewart is married to Jarvis C. Stewart, the chairman and managing partner of I+R Media, LLC a strategic communications firm based in Washington, D.C. The Stewarts have two children, Madeleine and Savannah.
"Bridging the Cultural Divide in Academic Medicine Through Inclusion Excellence"
David A. Acosta, MDChief Diversity and Inclusion OfficerSept. 27, 2017
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