The 2020 Inaugural Christine Malcolm Symposium

TIME’S UP Healthcare: Inspiring All to be Part of the Movement

Dr. Kelly Motadel, Carol Emmott Fellow Class of 2019
Chief Health Officer, County of San Diego
Formerly, Chief Medical Officer of Vista Community Clinic, San Diego, CA 

Kelly is a founding member of Time’s Up Healthcare. Out of more than 5,500 cases of sexual harassment that were sent to the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund in 2018, the industry with the second-highest number of claims was healthcare. Starting with a network of energized founding members and a remarkable council of advisors, TIME’S UP Healthcare was born. Kelly will describe the strategy of the organization, its work to create a safe, dignified, and equitable workforce, and the movement they hope to inspire.

Lean In: Multiplying the Impact

Pam Scagliarini, Carol Emmott Fellow Class of 2019
Chief Operating Officer, Bridgeport Hospital and Senior VP, Yale New Haven Health System  

Although women represent 78% of the healthcare workforce, they only represent 28% of board governance and 18% of Hospital CEOs. Inspired by Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In, Yale New Haven Health System (YNHH) began its first Lean In Circle five years ago. YNHH has directly reached 400+ women and a small but growing number of men in creating mini-networks of support for their women in leadership, including physicians. As a member of the inaugural Lean In Circle, Pam will share her personal journey, working with others to develop safe environments to connect, learn, and advance careers and organizations while creating an equitable work environment, one circle at a time.

Finding My Women’s Leadership Voice at Rush University System for Health and Owning It

Shelia Dugan, Carol Emmott Fellow Class of 2019
MD, Professor and Interim Chair, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Chair, Women’s Leadership Council, Rush University System for Health

Dr. Sheila Dugan has been a lifelong champion working with persons with disabilities. She is a gender equity champion and serves as Chair of the Rush Women’s Leadership Council and co-founder of the Rush Center for the Advancement of Women in Healthcare, and a heath equity champion, working in collaboration with community members on the Westside of Chicago to reduce the death gap.