University of Michigan to host groundbreaking summit for women leaders in healthcare and academic medicine

By Bill Springer on January 16, 2015

Margaret Gyetko, M.D., Professor, Senior Associate Dean at the University of Michigan Medical School knows what it’s like to be the only woman in the meeting or at her level for most of her career in healthcare. As you’ll see in the video clip below, she knows how difficult it can be for a woman leader in healthcare, and how valuable it is to meet, network, and learn from other women navigating their leadership journey in healthcare and academic medicine.

And that’s why Linkage has partnered with the University of Michigan Medical School to launch the Leadership Summit for Women: Leading the Future of Healthcare and Academic Medicine. This innovative, one-day summit is specifically designed to provide the essential skills, networking, and dialogue that are critical to helping women advance into senior positions in healthcare and academic medicine.

It takes place on March 30, 2015, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Over 400 women are expected to attend. Limited space is still available.

Learn more here.

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When Bill Springer isn't writing for our Leadership Insights Blog, he's usually pushing a baby stroller, sailing, or riding bikes.....long distances.

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