AGA relies heavily on the engagement and expertise of volunteer leaders for the development of strategic initiatives and the execution of programs. As such, there is a need to ensure a healthy pipeline of future leaders.
The Future Leaders Program provides a pathway within the organization for selected participants to network, connect with mentors, develop leadership skills and learn about AGA’s governance and operations while advancing their careers and supporting the profession.
- Suraia Boaventura Barclay, MD, AGAF
- Kim E. Barrett, PhD, AGAF
- Robert Brown Jr., MD, MPH, AGAF
- Michael Camilleri, MD, AGAF
- Sushovan Guha, MD, PhD, AGAF
- C. Prakash Gyawali, MD, MRCP, AGAF
- John Y. Kao, MD, AGAF
- Miguel D. Regueiro, MD, AGAF
- James M. Scheiman, MD, AGAF
- Christen Klochan Dilly, MD, MEHP
- Daniel Freedberg, MD, MS
- Wendy A. Henderson, PhD
- Ruben Hernaez, MD, MPH, PhD
- Animesh Jain, MD
- Avinash Ketwaroo, MD
- Bharati Kochar, MD, MSCR
- David Leiman, MD, MSHP
- James Lin, MD
- Michelle Long, MD
- Aimee Lucas, MD, MS
- Miguel Malespin, MD
- Simon C. Mathews, MD
- Karthik Ravi, MD
- Florian Rieder, MD
- Kyle Staller, MD, MPH
- Christina Twyman-Saint Victor, MD
- Ryan Ungaro, MD, MS
Dr. Garman shares leadership development experience
AGA member, Katie Garman, MD, shares her experience with the AGA Future Leaders Program and the profound results that followed.
Program recognized for building the GI workforce and encouraging innovation in the field.
AGA unveiled the program and its 18-member inaugural class this March.
Over the past several months, future leaders worked in teams of two along with their mentors to develop proposals that support AGA’s strategic goals.
AGA experts offer advice on what it takes to become a leader in GI.
Darrell S. Pardi, MD, MSc, AGAF, Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean of Medicine and Pediatrics, Mayo Clinic Rochester
Sheryl Pfeil MD, AGAF, Professor of Clinical Medicine, The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Wexner Medical Center