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The following AAMC staff manage and support the activities of the Group on Faculty Affairs.

For information regarding membership, programs, meetings, or resources, please contact:

  • Valarie Clark, M.P.A.
    Director, Faculty Development
    Telephone: 202-828-0586

  • Barbara Chadwick
    Program Specialist
    Telephone: 202-909-2014

For information regarding faculty personnel policies, please contact:

  • Sarah A. Bunton, Ph.D.
    Research Director
    Telephone: 202-862-6225

  • Andrew Nees
    Database Specialist
    Telephone: 202-903-0804

For information regarding faculty data tools, please contact:

  • Hershel Alexander, Ph.D.
    Director, Data Operations and Services
    Telephone: 202-828-0649

For information regarding Faculty Forward, please contact:

Ann Steinecke, Ph.D.
Interim Director, Faculty Forward
Telephone: 202-828-0475

2015 Call for Elections

Nominations are now open for the Group on Faculty Affairs (GFA) Steering Committee and Subcommittees. This is an exciting opportunity to work with faculty affairs and faculty development leaders from across the country to contribute to the variety of professional development activities of the GFA.

GFA Videos

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The GFA presents a recap of the 2014 GFA Professional Development Conference in Boston and an explanation of Faculty Forward.

The GFA presents “An Introduction to the Council of Faculty and Academic Societies (CFAS)”

GFA Carole J. Bland Phronesis Award

The GFA established this award to commemorate the legacy of Dr. Bland.

Coming soon - The GFA Collaborative Toolkit

The GFA Professional Development Subcommittee is pleased to announce a new version of the GFA Toolkit to be available in the coming months.

Faculty Forward

Faculty Forward

A collaborative partnership among the AAMC, medical schools, and teaching hospitals to make academic medical centers great places to work.