The Medical Mavens Mentorship Pipeline is dedicated to preparing women who are underrepresented in medicine by encouraging their reach beyond the boundaries of social, economic and/or educational circumstances. We foster sisterhood between aspiring, prospective and practicing physicians through mentorship, skills acquisition and establishment of professional relationships. The program, founded by physicians and best friends Dr. Chantale Stephens-Archer and Dr. Gameli Dekayie-Amenu, utilizes monthly workshops, hands on clinical experiences, community service engagement and mentorship to develop and enhance the skill sets necessary to be a powerful physician.
Fostering sisterhood within medicine is an essential component of our program. Our future doctors will form and maintain collaborative relationships with aspiring, prospective and practicing minority female physicians.
Our future doctors will be expected to maintain the highest achievable academic standards. They will be supported to achieve and maintain these goals. Participants will engage in critical thinking exercises, study skills strategies and practical applications of work-life balance.
Sowing into their communities is an expectation and a privilege for our future doctors. They will serve in local and global capacities through participation in various community service projects. In addition, they will be expected to nurture the next generation of aspiring physicians upon graduation from medical school.
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