Leadership

 
  • President – Susan MacDonald, MD

    Dr. Susan MacDonald is an Assistant Professor at Tufts School of Medicine. She is currently the Director of Comprehensive Ophthalmology at the Lahey Clinic Medical Center. She received her medical degree from University of Massachusetts Medical School and her undergraduate degree from Framingham University. She completed an Internal Residency at Brown University. During her time at Brown she helped design Miriam’s first HIV outpatient clinic focused on dignified care for all patients. She then went on to complete a residency in Ophthalmology at the Moran Eye Center of the University of Utah. It is here where she found her true passion, Ophthalmic Surgery. Dr. MacDonald’s practice focuses on cataract surgery... Read More
    Dr. Susan MacDonald is an Assistant Professor at Tufts School of Medicine. She is currently the Director of Comprehensive Ophthalmology at the Lahey Clinic Medical Center. She received her medical degree from University of Massachusetts Medical School and her undergraduate degree from Framingham University. She completed an Internal Residency at Brown University. During her time at Brown she helped design Miriam’s first HIV outpatient clinic focused on dignified care for all patients. She then went on to complete a residency in Ophthalmology at the Moran Eye Center of the University of Utah. It is here where she found her true passion, Ophthalmic Surgery. Dr. MacDonald’s practice focuses on cataract surgery and complex anterior segment reconstruction. She has dedicated her career to teaching cataract surgery for twenty years, training over 84 residents. She has served as residency co-director and is a recipient of the Tufts University School of Medicine Award for Teaching Excellence. She is the director of CORE, a national cataract course which teaches safe state of the art cataract surgery to residents. The course runs three times a year, training over 200 residents each year. She is an editor for EyeNet and Executive Committee member on the Women’s Eye Health, FDA Advisory Board. She lectures internationally on surgical techniques, Value of Peer-review and the management of complications. Research includes multifocal IOL, Toric IOL lens and surgical teaching.

    Professionally she is a passionate volunteer for the mission of reducing world blindness, volunteering for ASAPROSAR providing eye care in El Salvador. She also works in Egypt, Kenya and Guatemala. She has recently begun working with her Mentor, Alan Crandall and the Moran Outreach. Dr. MacDonald believes improving international surgical education for all ophthalmologists is an essential part of reducing world blindness. She is an advocate of international women’s rights and access to education and medical care. Dr. MacDonald lives with her wonderful husband Doug and her super cool kids, Danielle and Tommy. They all take care of their neurotic dog, Lucy.


    Vice President – Lama A. Al-Aswad, MD

    Dr. Lama A. Al-Aswad is an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at CUMC. In addition to her clinical work, she currently serves as the Institute’s glaucoma fellowship director, and is responsible for training both national and international glaucoma fellows. She received her medical degree from Damascus University, Syria, and completed a research fellowship at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School. She went on to finish her ophthalmology residency at State University of New York, Downstate at Brooklyn where, in her last year of residency, she served as Chief Resident. She completed her Glaucoma Fellowship at University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. In 2015, Dr. Al-Aswad was... Read More

    Dr. Lama A. Al-Aswad is an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at CUMC. In addition to her clinical work, she currently serves as the Institute’s glaucoma fellowship director, and is responsible for training both national and international glaucoma fellows.

    She received her medical degree from Damascus University, Syria, and completed a research fellowship at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School. She went on to finish her ophthalmology residency at State University of New York, Downstate at Brooklyn where, in her last year of residency, she served as Chief Resident. She completed her Glaucoma Fellowship at University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis.

    In 2015, Dr. Al-Aswad was also conferred the degree Master of Public Health from Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health for her work in healthcare policy and management.

    Dr. Al-Aswad served on the Medical Advisory Board for the USA ANIRIDIA NETWORK from 2004 to 2009. In addition to being a POC and Self-Assessment Panel Member (Comprehensive Ophthalmology and Pediatric Ophthalmology/Strabismus) American Academy of Ophthalmology from 2004 to 2006, she also served on the Provision Development committee of the AAO from 2005 to 2006. Dr. Al-Aswad has been the director of the glaucoma screening program at Columbia University and served on the Columbia BSCS committee since 2006. She has served on a multitude of other committees as well, including the Columbia University Implementation of the Academic Tracks committee, Woman in Ophthalmology committee and Glaucoma 360 Program committee.

    Dr. Al-Aswad has received multiple awards, the most recent of which is Achievement Award from the American Academy of Ophthalmology in 2012 and the Visionary Award for Hospital Based Screening Programs from the Friends of the Congressional Caucus Foundation in 2011.

    In addition, Dr. Al-Aswad is involved in multiple clinical trials as a principle investigator or co-investigator, and has published in major peer-reviewed journals. She has published book chapters and teaching surgical videos in glaucoma as well.


    Immediate Past President – Linda M. Christmann, MD, MBA

    Linda Christmann: Dr. Christmann is a Pediatric Ophthalmologist, with experience in the USAF, academia, and private practice. In 2005, she moved from practice to healthcare administration, after completion of an MBA at the University of Tennessee PEMBA program. She currently works as a healthcare consultant and interim CMO. She has special interest in quality and patient safety, lean healthcare, clinical integration, end of life care, as well as women’s issues. With her husband of 30 years, Michael, she loves to travel locally and internationally. Other hobbies include tennis and cooking, especially Indian food. She is the proud mother of 5 children and grandmother of 4.... Read More
    Linda Christmann: Dr. Christmann is a Pediatric Ophthalmologist, with experience in the USAF, academia, and private practice. In 2005, she moved from practice to healthcare administration, after completion of an MBA at the University of Tennessee PEMBA program. She currently works as a healthcare consultant and interim CMO. She has special interest in quality and patient safety, lean healthcare, clinical integration, end of life care, as well as women’s issues. With her husband of 30 years, Michael, she loves to travel locally and internationally. Other hobbies include tennis and cooking, especially Indian food. She is the proud mother of 5 children and grandmother of 4.


    Alisa Kim, MDChair

    Treasurer – Alisa Kim, MD

    Dr. Alisa Kim is a cornea specialist with expertise in corneal, cataract, and refractive surgery practicing in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Prior to establishing her own practice in Maryland, Dr. Kim served on the faculty of the Wilmer Eye Institute at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she was an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology. At the Wilmer Eye Institute, Dr. Kim was active in providing clinical care to patients, teaching other physicians, and conducting clinical research. Dr. Kim was one of the corneal surgeons based at the Wilmer Eye Institute’s Laser Vision Center, where she proctored numerous corneal surgical training courses and performed clinical research, serving as... Read More
    Dr. Alisa Kim is a cornea specialist with expertise in corneal, cataract, and refractive surgery practicing in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Prior to establishing her own practice in Maryland, Dr. Kim served on the faculty of the Wilmer Eye Institute at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she was an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology. At the Wilmer Eye Institute, Dr. Kim was active in providing clinical care to patients, teaching other physicians, and conducting clinical research. Dr. Kim was one of the corneal surgeons based at the Wilmer Eye Institute’s Laser Vision Center, where she proctored numerous corneal surgical training courses and performed clinical research, serving as an investigator for multiple FDA clinical trials. She has given talks nationally and internationally on cataract, corneal, and laser vision surgery. Dr. Kim has authored numerous articles and book chapters in the field of cornea, cataract, and refractive surgery.


    Secretary – Janine Clayton, MD

    Dr. Clayton, was appointed Associate Director for Research on Women’s Health and Director of the Office of Research on Women’s Health at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in 2012. She is leading NIH’s policy change initiative that requires scientists to include female animals and cells in preclinical research design. Dr. Clayton was previously the Deputy Clinical Director of the National Eye Institute (NEI). A board-certified ophthalmologist, Dr. Clayton’s research interests include autoimmune ocular diseases and the role of sex and gender in health and disease. Dr. Clayton has a particular interest in ocular surface disease and discovered a novel form of disease associated with premature ovarian insufficiency that affects... Read More

    Dr. Clayton, was appointed Associate Director for Research on Women’s Health and Director of the Office of Research on Women’s Health at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in 2012. She is leading NIH’s policy change initiative that requires scientists to include female animals and cells in preclinical research design.

    Dr. Clayton was previously the Deputy Clinical Director of the National Eye Institute (NEI). A board-certified ophthalmologist, Dr. Clayton’s research interests include autoimmune ocular diseases and the role of sex and gender in health and disease. Dr. Clayton has a particular interest in ocular surface disease and discovered a novel form of disease associated with premature ovarian insufficiency that affects young women. She is the author of more than 80 scientific publications, journal articles, and book chapters.

    Dr. Clayton is a native Washingtonian, and received her undergraduate degree with honors from the Johns Hopkins University and her medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine. She completed a residency in ophthalmology at the Medical College of Virginia and fellowship training in cornea and external disease at the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins Hospital and in uveitis and ocular immunology at the NEI.

    Dr. Clayton has been an attending physician and clinical investigator in cornea and uveitis at the NEI since 1996, conducting research on inflammatory diseases of the anterior segment and providing medical and surgical uveitis fellowship training. Her clinical research has ranged from randomized controlled trials of novel therapies for immune mediated ocular diseases to studies on the development of digital imaging techniques for the anterior segment.

    Dr. Clayton has received several awards from NIH and has been recognized as a leader by her peers. She received the Senior Achievement Award from the Board of Trustees of the American Academy of Ophthalmology in 2008 and was selected as a 2010 Silver Fellow by the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.


    Development Director and AAO Councilor – Regine Pappas, MD

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    Membership Director – Carol Ziel, MD

    Biography coming soon…


    Kherani, Femida

    Alternate Councilor to AAO – Femida Kherani, MD

    Dr. Femida Kherani completed her Medical School and Surgical Ophthalmology Residency at the University of Alberta. During Medical School, Dr. Kherani spent a year at Oxford University studying Humanism of Medicine. She subsequently completed a Fellowship in Oculofacial Plastic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. In Philadelphia, Dr. Kherani was a Clinical and Surgical Instructor for Residents and Medical Students at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Kherani worked the Centre for Human Appearance, where she worked in a multidisciplinary team. Dr. Kherani is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary and a Clinical Instructor at the University of British Columbia. She speaks... Read More
    Dr. Femida Kherani completed her Medical School and Surgical Ophthalmology Residency at the University of Alberta. During Medical School, Dr. Kherani spent a year at Oxford University studying Humanism of Medicine. She subsequently completed a Fellowship in Oculofacial Plastic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. In Philadelphia, Dr. Kherani was a Clinical and Surgical Instructor for Residents and Medical Students at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Kherani worked the Centre for Human Appearance, where she worked in a multidisciplinary team. Dr. Kherani is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary and a Clinical Instructor at the University of British Columbia. She speaks nationally and internationally on Adult and Pediatric Oculoplastic conditions. Dr. Kherani is committed to providing excellence in medical care and exceptional service to her patients. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and she is a Diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology. She is a Fellow of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic Reconstructive Surgery. She is a member of the Canadian Society of Oculoplastic Surgeons. She is the founder of the Western Canadian Women in Ophthalmology Chapter.


    Susan Burden

    Director – Susan Burden, MD

    Biography Coming soon…


    Salim, Sarwat

    Director – Sarwat Salim, MD

    Dr. Salim is Professor of Ophthalmology and Chief of the Glaucoma Service at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. She graduated summa cum laude from the accelerated Combined BA/MD Program of the State University of New York and completed her residency in ophthalmology at the State University of New York- Health Science Center at Brooklyn, where she was also selected by her peers and the faculty to be the Administrative Chief Resident. After residency, she completed a glaucoma fellowship at Yale University-School of Medicine. She is a graduate of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) Leadership Development Program and has been actively involved with the educational and leadership initiatives... Read More
    Dr. Salim is Professor of Ophthalmology and Chief of the Glaucoma Service at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. She graduated summa cum laude from the accelerated Combined BA/MD Program of the State University of New York and completed her residency in ophthalmology at the State University of New York- Health Science Center at Brooklyn, where she was also selected by her peers and the faculty to be the Administrative Chief Resident. After residency, she completed a glaucoma fellowship at Yale University-School of Medicine. She is a graduate of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) Leadership Development Program and has been actively involved with the educational and leadership initiatives of the AAO. Currently, she serves as the Lead Section Editor for Glaucoma for EyeWiki, the first online ophthalmic encyclopedia of AAO, and as the Glaucoma Editor for Focal Points, the most heavily subscribed CME publication of the AAO. For her service, she received an Achievement Award and Secretariat Award from the AAO. She has held other leadership positions at both state and national levels and has served as a board member for the Tennessee Academy of Ophthalmology, Wisconsin Academy of Ophthalmology, Women in Ophthalmology, and Commission on Accreditation of Ophthalmic Medical Programs. She also serves on the Glaucoma Exam Development Committee of American Board of Ophthalmology, Patient Care Committee of American Glaucoma Society (AGS), and recently was chosen as the AGS Representative to JCAHPO. Dr. Salim regularly contributes to her field through her writing, research, and lectures. She has been a program chair for many local, national, and international meetings and has received several awards for her leadership. She has a keen interest in international ophthalmology and public health. She has traveled extensively to provide medical and surgical eye care in underprivileged areas, conducted educational programs and symposia with an emphasis on skill transfer and training of local physicians, and has trained many international glaucoma fellows. She is recognized as one of the Best Doctors in America and America’s Top Ophthalmologists.


    2017 Summer Symposium Program Chair and Director – Lisa Nijm, MD, JD

    When she is not advocating for her patients in Washington D.C., Dr. Lisa Nijm works as a board-certified ophthalmologist and corneal specialist at Warrenville EyeCare & LASIK in Warrenville, IL and teaches part time at the renowned University of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary in Chicago, IL. After graduating from Benedictine University, Dr. Nijm went on to pursue a post-graduate education that uniquely combined her interests in patient care and health care policy advocacy. She pursued a 6 year dual M.D., J.D. degree at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and School of Law, a program was designed to train physicians who believe a legal education will augment their primary... Read More
    When she is not advocating for her patients in Washington D.C., Dr. Lisa Nijm works as a board-certified ophthalmologist and corneal specialist at Warrenville EyeCare & LASIK in Warrenville, IL and teaches part time at the renowned University of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary in Chicago, IL. After graduating from Benedictine University, Dr. Nijm went on to pursue a post-graduate education that uniquely combined her interests in patient care and health care policy advocacy. She pursued a 6 year dual M.D., J.D. degree at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and School of Law, a program was designed to train physicians who believe a legal education will augment their primary career goals in medicine. In medical school, Dr. Nijm decided to become an ophthalmologist, to be able to help patients however she could to improve their vision. She often quoted her father, Dr. William Nijm, a long-time internist in Warrenville, that she “will leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of curing disease and alleviating pain.”

    After completing residency at the University of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary and a top ranked corneal fellowship at the University of California at Davis, Dr. Nijm worked in underserved regions of central Illinois. She started a subspeciality clinic to serve corneal patients in Lincoln, IL and became the first surgeon in Central Illinois to perform Intralase (all laser) LASIK surgery, bringing state-of-the art care to patients in this underserved area. Dr. Nijm then decided to open her own practice in the Warrenville, to provide compassionate, expert eye care to patients in her hometown. At a time when patients are constantly being rushed through the health care system, Dr. Nijm was determined to devote the time and resources necessary to address each patient’s concerns.

    Given the changing environment of health care, Dr. Nijm also pursued opportunities to help her patients out of the office, by devoting a substantial amount of time to advocate for her patients through organized medicine on a state and national level. With her unique background as an attorney as well, Dr. Nijm wished to utilize her knowledge and experience to help legislators shape health care policies that would be beneficial to patients and preserve the physician-patient relationship. In recognition of her work, she was nominated to serve as a member on the OPHTHPAC committee for the American Academy of Ophthalmology and has served as a representative from the Academy to the American Medical Association for the past several years. Locally, Dr. Nijm is the president of the Women Ophthalmologists of the Windy City, to further advance the delivery of quality eye care through professional education and networking for female ophthalmologists in the Chicago area.

    Dr. Nijm has been an invited lecturer and instructor at several national ophthalmology meetings on many topics since 2006. She is a recognized expert on panels for treatment of dry eyes, risk management and instruction in performing LASIK surgery. She is also a published author in both medicine and law, having received awards for her writing in the past, several articles in peer reviewed medical and legal journals as well as several book chapters in cornea. She has received numerous honors and awards, including the American Academy of Ophthalmology Achievement Award and Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital 50th Anniversary Heroes in Medicine.

    Having a deep appreciation for the dedicated professors that helped to educate her, Dr. Nijm also holds a strong commitment to teaching. She currently serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology on the faculty of the renowned Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary, Chicago, IL. Her primary duties include teaching ophthalmology residents and staffing the comprehensive eye clinic.

    Further, Dr. Nijm is one of the directors of the Osler Ophthalmology Board Review course, a national board review course that helps ophthalmologists prepare for written and oral board examinations. She is the most frequent instructor requested for the course and serves as a lecturer, examiner and private tutor for students in all subjects of ophthalmology in preparation to take their boards.

    In her free time, Dr. Nijm enjoys volunteering in her local community, keeping physically fit and travelling. She has volunteered at many local Catholic Church events, charitable fundraisers as well as working for the American Cancer Society at their annual Skyline Soiree.


    Shriver-Erin

    Director – Erin Shriver, MD

    Erin Shriver, MD, FACS is an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Iowa. A California native, Erin graduated from Stanford University School of Medicine and completed her residency at the University of Iowa. She did her ASOPRS oculoplastic fellowship at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute and stayed on faculty there for five years before returning to the University of Iowa. While at Bascom Palmer she established a full-time Oculoplastics Service at the Palm Beach office. She enjoys sharing her passion for oculoplastics with students, residents, fellows, patients, and colleagues. In 2015 she was awarded both the University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology Medical Student Teaching Award and the Carver... Read More
    Erin Shriver, MD, FACS is an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Iowa. A California native, Erin graduated from Stanford University School of Medicine and completed her residency at the University of Iowa. She did her ASOPRS oculoplastic fellowship at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute and stayed on faculty there for five years before returning to the University of Iowa. While at Bascom Palmer she established a full-time Oculoplastics Service at the Palm Beach office.

    She enjoys sharing her passion for oculoplastics with students, residents, fellows, patients, and colleagues. In 2015 she was awarded both the University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology Medical Student Teaching Award and the Carver College of Medicine Medical Education Teaching Award. Medical students she has mentored have firstauthored numerous publications and presented podium presentations and posters at national and international meetings.

    Erin is active both in AAO and ASOPRS. She received the AAO Achievement Award this past year and recently joined the ASOPRS Executive Committee as an ASOPRS AMA delegate. Erin chaired the WIO annual meeting in 2013 and received the WIO Emerging Leader Award in 2015.


    Director – Lisa Arbiser, MD

    Dr. Lisa Arbisser is a Princeton graduate and currently teaches cataract and anterior segment surgery from her Iowa and Illinois practice, Eye Surgeons Associates, PC. Founded in 1983 by Dr. Lisa Arbisser and her husband Dr. Amir Arbisser. She completed her ophthalmology residency at the University of Iowa. Dr. Arbisser is an adjunct associate professor at the University of Utah Moran Eye Center, a frequent visiting professor at many residency programs and a former president of the American College of Eye Surgeons. Dr. Arbisser regularly gives a course on vitrectomy for the anterior segment surgeon and has an interest in complex cataract cases, as well as refractive cataract surgery. She... Read More
    Dr. Lisa Arbisser is a Princeton graduate and currently teaches cataract and anterior segment surgery from her Iowa and Illinois practice, Eye Surgeons Associates, PC. Founded in 1983 by Dr. Lisa Arbisser and her husband Dr. Amir Arbisser. She completed her ophthalmology residency at the University of Iowa. Dr. Arbisser is an adjunct associate professor at the University of Utah Moran Eye Center, a frequent visiting professor at many residency programs and a former president of the American College of Eye Surgeons. Dr. Arbisser regularly gives a course on vitrectomy for the anterior segment surgeon and has an interest in complex cataract cases, as well as refractive cataract surgery. She has performed live satellite interactive surgery at major national and international meetings and is a reviewer for the Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery. Dr. Arbisser is also a member of the editorial board of Cataract and Refractive Surgery Today and EyeWorld, and serves on the cataract/anterior segment committee of the Academy’s ONE Network.

     


    Director – Laura Enyedi, MD

    Biography coming soon…

  • Finance Committee

    Oversees development of the annual budget and ensures accurate tracking/monitoring/accountability for funds.

    Committee Members:

    Alisa Kim, MDChair

    Alisa Kim, MD
    Chair

    Irene Kuo, MD

    Irene Kuo, MD

    Divya Srikumaran, MD

    Divya Srikumaran, MD

    Membership Committee

    Evaluates efficacy of member benefits, assess renewal and recruitment efforts and develops plans to enhance and increase membership/member satisfaction.

    Committee Members:

    Susan Burden, MD    Co-Chair

     

    Carol Ziel, MD          Co-Chair

    Nominating Committee

    Responsible for determining board position nominations and selecting award winners from membership nominations.

    Committee Members:

    Linda Christmann, MD, MBA

     

    Path to the Podium Taskforce

    Seeks to work with program committees of national organizations to increase awareness about the lack of women in podium and leadership roles and offer these organizations resources to fill the gap of women represented. This taskforce offers training opportunities to help women get to the podium and understand how to get invited back.

    Taskforce Members:

    Susan MacDonald, MD

    Susan MacDonald, MD

    Ruth D. Williams, MD

    Ruth D. Williams, MD

    Kathryn Colby, MD, PhD

    Kathryn Colby, MD, PhD

    Cynthia Mattox, MD

    Cynthia Mattox, MD

    Erin Lessner, MD

    Erin Lessner, MD

     

    Summer Symposium Program Committee

    The program committee is typically comprised of the program chair, program co-chair and 8-10 additional committee members. These individuals are responsible for program development which includes selecting session topics, identifying appropriate speakers, general meeting decisions and the approval of the final symposium agenda. Additionally, the committee has the task of identifying companies and providing contacts within the companies for adequate symposium fundraising to be achieved.

    Committee Members:

    Lisa Nijm, MD, JD   Chair

    Barbara Arnold, MD

     

    Gloria Fleming, MD

    Jacqueline Leavitt, MD

     

    Lindsay McConnell, MD

    Lorraine Myers, MD

     

    Shorye Payne, MD

    Erin Shriver, MD

     

    Grace Sun, MD

    Nicole Fram, MD

     

    Neda Shamie, MD

    Misha Faustina, MD

    Laura Enyedi, MD

    Resident Taskforce

    Seeks to recruit and revitalize the young ophthalmologists within the organization.

    Taskforce Members:

    Lama Al-Aswad, MD, Board Liasion

    Lama Al-Aswad, MD, Leader Liasion

    Usiwoma Abugo, MD

    Usiwoma Abugo, MD

    Saba Alniemi, MD

    Saba Alniemi, MD

    Saranya Balasubramaniam, MD

    Saranya Balasubramaniam, MD

    Christi Carter, MD

    Christi Carter, MD

    Hema Ramkumar, MD

    Hema Ramkumar, MD

     

  • WIO Executive Office
    N83 W13410 Leon Rd.
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

     (414) 359-1610
     (414) 359-1671
     info@wioonline.org


    Beth Klipping

    Beth Klipping
    Executive Director
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     Lauren Ecke

    Lauren Ecke
    Meeting and Marketing Coordinator
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    Melinda Waite
    Marketing and Membership Manager
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    Gail L. Bast, MBA, CAE
    Consulting Director
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