Highlights from the Inaugural Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit

On September 22-23, 2012, primary care leaders and advocates from around the country gathered in Cambridge, Massachusetts for an interactive, skills-building and action-generating training. Participants focused on strategic advocacy, team-building and interpersonal engagement--leadership skills that are critical for anyone committed to primary care clinical innovation or education reform. Guest speakers included Professor Marshall Ganz, a legendary life-long organizer, and Dr. Jeff Brenner, the subject of Atul Gawande's New Yorker article, "The Hot Spotters."

The leadership summit honors the late Gregg Stracks. A founding member of PCP, Dr. Stracks was a born teacher, visionary, and optimist. His commitment to improved leadership practices and the value he placed on community building and teamwork provide the core framework for PCP’s grassroots advocacy efforts.  Learn more about the 2013 Summit here.

Watch PCP's video on the type of training we do at the summit- as well as the need for this unique leadership training in this video:


The 2013 Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit is sponsored by:

Individual Donations

Help send a student to this year's Leadership Summit!  Your donation will support transportation and accomodation expenses for participants.