Meet the members from our Leadership Pathway delivering the 2018 Summit’s leadership development programming, Aug. 11th and 12th at the Babson Executive Conference Center. Blending techniques of presentation and facilitation into interactive, exploratory workshops, PCP Trainers bring the concepts of Relational Leadership™ to life for PCP teams at the Greggs Stracks Leadership Summit and in PCP programs throughout the academic year.

Elizabeth Agre

Elizabeth is a Physical Therapy student at Shenandoah University, graduating in August 2018, and has recently achieved her certification in Performing Arts Medicine. She has spent time providing services to underserved medical communities, and as a practitioner, hopes to foster the development of strong interdisciplinary teams that bridge gaps in care. Elizabeth has served as a team leader with Shenandoah University PCP since 2016, working on cultivating interprofessionalism and community partnership.

Sameena Ahmed-Buehler

Sameena is a third-year medical student at the University of Minnesota. During medical school, Sameena has volunteered at the student-run Phillips Neighborhood Clinic as a Spanish Interpreter and a Med Clinician, and she’s also led a women-only fitness class that was mindful of the needs of many in the large Somali population in Southern Minnesota. Her work with PCP started in 2015 when she participated in the Interprofessional Student Hotspotting Learning Collaborative and and has continued with her efforts as PCP Minnesota Team Leader.

Anthony Okolo

Anthony is currently a first-year resident physician at Montefiore Medical Center and also serves as a Consultant Coach with the Catalyst Project. A founding member of the PCP Team at Sophie Davis, he helped start a mentorship program that paired motivated classmates with alumni that currently practice in a primary care setting in the New York City area. Anthony has also worked at The Wright Center during his final year in medical school, where he worked with an interdisciplinary team focused on improving the social determinants of health for Northeastern Pennsylvania residents.

Brendan Prast 

Brendan is a fourth-year medical student at the University of Rochester, where he also serves as a PCP Facilitator and Trainer. Previously, he ran the University of Rochester PCP Team where he helped organize a primary care mentorship program and worked to establish an interprofessional shadowing program. Brendan is going into Family Medicine and is passionate about reproductive justice and women’s health.