The GFA Mentoring Circles Program serves to connect mentors with a group of mentees to help them 1) learn about the GFA, 2) engage with GFA colleagues, and 3) find ways to expand their involvement in the GFA.*
Through this year-long experience, participants will be connected with valuable professional development resources, garner advice, and share best practices with members of their Mentoring Circle. By engaging in this unique networking opportunity, mentors and mentees will both build meaningful professional connections across the GFA community that can continue to serve them well beyond the Program’s one-year commitment.
To learn more about the Program, please review the GFA Mentoring Circles Program Overview (PDF) or contact a member of the GFA Mentoring Circles Coordination Team below.
Jacqueline Hill, PhD, MPH
Senior Director, Office of Faculty Development, Children’s Mercy Kansas City
Teaching Assistant Professor, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
Education Assistant Professor, University of Kansas School of Medicine
Terri Kurz, PhD
Assistant Dean for Professional Development
Instructional Associate Professor, Department of Medical Education
Texas A&M University School of Medicine
Rania Sanford, EdD, PCC
Director, Faculty Professional Development and Executive Coach
Executive Director, Stanford Physician Leadership Certificate Program
Stanford University School of Medicine
*Please note that you must be a GFA member to participate in the GFA Mentoring Circles Program. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.