Brian is an Assistant Professor at the OHSU Department of Family Medicine. With nearly a decade of experience as a community organizer, Brian is passionate about community building, social change, and health equity. He merges these interests both as the director of the Relational Leadership Institute and as the director of Health Equity And Leadership, a program that increases patient/community capacity to address the social determinants of health.
Victoria is a Stanford School of Medicine graduate and an intern at UNC Chapel Hill’s family medicine residency. A founder of the PCP team at Stanford, she served as an organizer for the first Bay Area PCP Summit, and is a Lead Consultant Coach in PCP’s Catalyst Project.
Leah is a Research Associate in the Department of Family Medicine at OHSU and serves as the Project Director for the ESCALATES Study, AHRQ’s National Evaluation of the EvidenceNOW Initiative. Prior to joining OHSU, she was a Program Manager for the Center for Gender Equity and Health at the University of California-San Diego, managing an international and domestic research portfolio focused on gender-based violence and HIV.
Ronnie is a member of the training team for PCP. With more than 20 years of administrative experience in research and academic institutions, she previously served as Assistant to the SVP/Chief Operating Officer of OHSU Hospitals and Clinics.
Matt is a senior Strategic Consultant to PCP. He taught public narrative, culture, and identity at Harvard University, as a visiting researcher at Syracuse University, and has taught for the last four years at Emory University, where he completed his Ph.D.
Kari is a Community Medicine and Public Health Instructor-Fellow in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado. She is a PCP trainer and Project Lead in the Primary Care Leadership Collaborative. During her residency, Kari was awarded Resident of the Year by the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians.
Andrew is a board certified in internal medicine, clinician, medical educator, leadership consultant, and primary care advocate. In 2010, he founded Primary Care Progress, a national organization focused on transforming primary care. A former community organizer, he writes and speaks on the value of primary care, Relational Leadership™, and the use of social movement to advance care delivery.
Kelsey is a fifth-year M.D./Ph.D candidate at OHSU and Health Systems & Policy doctoral program. She studies hospital-based treatment policy and practice for opioid use disorder. During medical school, Kelsey co-founded OHSU’s Women’s Leadership Development Program and the OHSU Gender Equity Center.
Sarah is an internal medicine physician and clinician educator at the University of North Carolina (UNC) School of Medicine. At the UNC School of Medicine, Sarah leads curricular innovation in health systems, communication, and team-based care delivery in partnership with Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Marcel is an Assistant Professor in the OHSU Department of Family Medicine, and co-founder of IMPACT, an interprofessional community-based service learning program for pre-professional students in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston.
Teresa shares a joint faculty appointment with OHSU Schools of Medicine and Nursing, and provides primary care services for rural populations in Oregon. She has been an ANCC national webinar speaker, and was nominated for the Teaching Excellence Award for graduate faculty at the OHSU School of Nursing in 2017.
PCP’s Chief of Leadership Development Strategy has spent 20 years working in organizational and leadership development in healthcare. In her prior work with Alaska’s Southcentral Foundation, Marianne used her understanding of systems and teams to help propel them to a nationally and internationally recognized healthcare system.
PCP’s Director of Leadership Development has worked in organizational learning and development, joining the team from Iora Health, where she co-designed practice launch curriculum. With 15 years of experience in business and the social sector, she’s spearheading PCP’s efforts to develop cutting-edge curriculum for clinician leaders.