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Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine® Staff

ELAM's core staff administer the program and develop its curricular content. They are supplemented by a large network of faculty and facilitators with expertise in leadership, management, professional development and academic health care.

Nancy Spector, MDView Profile
Executive Director, ELAM Program
Phone: 215.991.8246
Email: nds24@drexel.edu

Donna McNelis, PhDView Profile
Chief Operating Officer, ELAM and ELH Programs
Phone: 215.762.6923
Email: dm44@drexel.edu


Erika Brown, PhD, ELAM ’15View Profile
Associate Director, ELAM Program
erika.t.brown@dartmouth.edu

Sara Jo Grethlein, MD, MBA, ELAM ’07 ​– View Profile
Associate Director, ELH Program
sara.grethlein@swedish.org


Brian KallView Profile
Director, Operations and Management, ELAM
Phone: 215.991.8248
Email: kall@drexel.edu

Indee Phillpotts
Program Coordinator
Email: iep23@drexel.edu


Laura M. LynchView Profile
Program Manager
Phone: 215.991.8246
Email: lml57@drexel.edu

Katie StantonView Profile
Executive Assistant
Phone: 215.991.8240
Email: kls484@drexel.edu


Barbara Overholser, MAView Profile
Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Communications
Phone: 215.991.8834
Email: bro29@drexel.edu

Kristan M. Stengel, MSView Profile
Communications Analyst
Email: klm358@drexel.edu


ELAM/ELH Consultants

Bart Bailey, MBA
Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Consultant
bbailey.couragetocare@gmail.com

Sharon Hull, MD, MPH*
Coaching Consultant
sharon.hull@mettasolutions.com

Ruth Shim, MD, MPH*
Cultural Strategy Consultant
rshim@ucdavis.edu

Amanda Termuhlen, MD*
Learning Community Advisor Consultant
atermuhl@umn.edu

Dee Wing, MD, MBA*
Consultant to Executive Director
deborahawingconsulting@gmail.com

*ELAM alumna

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ELAM is a core program of the Institute for Women's Health and Leadership at Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pa. The Institute continues the legacy of advancing women in medicine that began in 1850 with the founding of the Female Medical College of Pennsylvania, the nation's first women's medical school and a predecessor of today's Drexel University College of Medicine.