Save the Date!
2015 ELUM Professional Development Program:
New Rules and New Ways of Working Together
January 8 – 10, 2015
The Washington Duke Inn | Durham, N.C.
This three-day program focuses on how we as ELAM alumnae work together and for each other. As the alumnae numbers grow, we need to explore how working together in more and better ways can be possible.
This year's program also features rewarding peer mentor work with the current ELAM fellows on their Institutional Actions Projects, and enlightening sessions with Anne Litwin and Suzanne Danhauer.
The cost for the program is only $150 ($100 if you register before December 1). Travel and lodging is on your own. Look for more information soon, and for registration to begin in early November.
We hope to see you all there!
Why ELAM Alumnae Development?
ELAM's alumnae development program was created in response to numerous requests from alumnae to have continued, advanced professional development. This exciting venture would not have been possible without the vision and generosity of the ELAM Classes of 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 in the establishment and growth of the Legacy Fund, which they created with the mission of strengthening the community of ELAM alumnae through a variety of programs, activities, and services that sustain their leadership capacity within academic medicine, dentistry, and public health.