We are pleased to share the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Office of Diversity Enhancement’s newsletter with you. The newsletter offers a glimpse into the activities of the office and highlights the many achievements of their amazing students. The April 2, 2017 Minority Women Professionals are MVPs New York conference is also featured in the newsletter.
We are honored to have this full page spread of the Minority Women Professionals are MVPs Pittsburgh conference in The Pittsburgh Courier! Read the story here:
The Association of Minority Women Professionals has been recognized by the Women and Girls Foundation ahead of the Pittsburgh conference! Check out the press release:
Fellow MWP and aunt of Dr. Nwando, Rosaire Ifedi, has been appointed to the New African Immigrants Commission for a term beginning July 21, 2017, and ending October 7, 2018 by Governor John R. Kasich! Congratulations, Dr. Ifedi!
“As physicians, we can lose objectivity when it comes to our own medical care.” Read fellow MWP Pooja Mittal’s Huffington Post piece about women doctors here!

Rokhaya Diallo’s Blog

Sunday, 23 April 2017 by
Hey MWPs, If you loved Rokhaya at our NYC conference or are curious about her and would like to see more, check out her blog!

BronxNet TV Coverage

Sunday, 16 April 2017 by
See Dr. Nwando on BronxNet TV here and BronxNet TV’s recap of the NYC MWP conference here!
Listen to our fellow MWP Kimberly Chang, who spoke at the Bay Area conference, on the Confessions of Successful Asian Women podcast here!

Dr. Nwando on the News!

Sunday, 26 February 2017 by
Soon after Dr. Nwando wrote her blog post, ABC News picked up the story! Check out her interview here.
by Dr. Nwando February 22, 2017 This week, I had a wonderful time at the annual meeting of HIMSS, the Health Information Management Systems Society, which hosted over 40,000 attendees at the cross-section of healthcare and information technology in sunny Orlando, FL.   I went to the conference to present the work that my team